I am pleased to announce that juror Anthony Casasanto has included my Whimsical One-Liner ink drawings, BAD SUSHI and HALF ASS DRAWING, in the Manayunk-Roxborough Art Center’s 10th Annual Juried Show. The Show will run from July 15th through July 22nd at their gallery at 419 Green Lane and then shift to their gallery on Ridge Avenue in Roxborough until August 22nd. There will be an opening reception from 3 until 5 PM on Sunday, July 15th. Admission is free.
I am very pleased to announce that jurors Carrie Lederer and Mary B. White have chosen my stained glass/paper clay pieces ERUPTION, LAGOON, and SANDBAR for inclusion in the Arts Benicia Show: Cutting Edge: Nontraditional Glass. The show will be held at the Arts Benicia Galleries at 991 Tyler Street, Suite 114, Benicia, California, 94510 and will run from Saturday, July 21st until Tuesday, August 28th. There will be a reception from 6 to 8 pm on July 21st, and the pieces will be on sale, so, if you’re in the neighborhood, drop in.
I am very pleased to announce that juror Julia Samuels has invited my sculptural pieces SANTA MUERTEandSANTA MUERTE #5 into the Art League Rhode Island exhibition “Facing the wall.” This was an open national competition. The exhibition will run from Friday, March 9 through Saturday May 25, 2018 at the VETs Gallery, One Avenue of the Arts, Providence R, RI, 02903. There was a reception on Thursday, March 29. Both pieces are currently for sale.
I am very pleased to announce that juror Susan Irish has invited my paper collages, ON SUBWAY WALLS and …AND TENEMENT HALLSinto the Tribute Show at the Fabulon Art Center in Charleston, South Carolina. The Tribute Show, which is about the relationship between music and the visual arts and particularly how music is expressed by visual artists, will run from October 6, 2017 until December 6, 2017 with a reception on October 21st from 5 until 8 PM. The Fabulon Art Center is located at 1017 Wappoo Road, Charleston, SC 29407.
I am very pleased to announce that juror, Paul Rhymer, has invited my Dark Field Monotype print, Migrations #5 to be part of the Appalachian Nature Art Exhibition of the Alleghany Arts Council. Migrations #5 will be on view at the Saville Gallery, 9 Centre Street in Cumberland, MD from June 17th until July 9th. The opening reception is from 6 until 8 pm on June 18th. Migrations # 5 has also been part of juried shows in Arizona, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
The exhibition went up without a hitch. Thank you to all of you who came out to celebrate the opening with me! If you couldn’t make the opening you can stop by and see the works at 41 E. Butler Ave in Ambler until May 19.
I am proud to announce that my found-item sculpture “Laminations of a Chocaholic” has just been accepted by jurors Amanda Jiron Murphy, Director of the Hamiltonian Gallery of Washington, DC and Jessica Beck, Assistant Curator of the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh for the Allegany Arts Council’s Will’s Creek Exhibition, “One Cubed,” which opens September 12 at the Arts Council’s Saville Gallery in Cumberland, Maryland. The entirety of the artwork, including the frame or supports, must fit inside a 1 foot by 1 foot by 1 foot volume or a 1 foot by 1 foot area. “Laminations” will be on display for approximately one month.
The opening reception will be Saturday, Sept. 12 from 6 to 8 pm in the Allegany Arts Council’s galleries at 9 N. Centre St., Cumberland, MD. This event is free and open to the public.
“Laminations of A Chocaholic“ is my attempt to answer the age old question: “OK, now that I’ve eaten the chocolate, what do I do with the wrappers?” “Laminations” references the design elements of the piece and word plays on the lamentations over the absence of chocolate.
“Laminations of a Chocaholic” has just been accepted by jurors Amanda Jiron Murphy, Director of the Hamiltonian Gallery of Washington, DC and Jessica Beck, Assistant Curator of the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh for the Allegheny Arts Council’s Will’s Creek Exhibition “One Cubed“ which opens September 12 at the Arts Council’s Saville Gallery in Cumberland, Maryland. Check this post for more information.
Here is Opprobrium on display at the JAM Gallery. The opening night was fun, even if the bad weather kept some people away. There is a wide range of art and artists on display so be sure to come out and support their (and my) work. Thanks!
Just a reminder that the JAM Gallery’s Juried Show opens TODAY! My Raku-fired sculpture “Opprobrium” was accepted into the show and will be on display. The official opening reception will be this Saturday, July 11th from 3 until 8. If you are in Malvern (or are looking for a way to escape the heat) stop by and see my work and the work of several other talented artists. JAM Gallery is at 321 East King Street, Malvern, PA. Hope to see you there!