Fleisher Wind Challenge studio update

I am less than one week away from installing go to where you can breathe as part of the Fleisher Art Memorial Wind Challenge Exhibition. The ever-talented Jenna Stamm visited the studio over the weekend to shoot the piece in sequence. Please check out the piece and the last few months of progress.

 

Fleisher Wind Challenge Exhibition Series

In December 2013, I will be participating in the Fleisher Art Memorial Wind Challenge Exhibition Series.  My project, go to where you can breathe, is about the dynamics of a home and the need for companionship, but also the need for solitary respite. It is a functional interior design piece that hints at the sensibilities of exterior landscape. Please check back into the Studio section for regular updates from the studio as I prepare for the show.

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Benefit Exhibition for BalletX

Along with more than 220 other artists, I will be participating in the Benefit Exhibition for BalletX at Bridgette Mayer Gallery in Philadelphia. The benefit show will run from July 9 – August 9, with the opening reception on Friday, July 12 from 6-8:30. Please visit PhillyArtExperience to learn more about the gallery, and the Philadelphia art scene in general.

New work for the Benefit Exhibition for BalletX

bedtime in North Wales

bedtime in North Wales

breakfast in North Wales

breakfast in North Wales

Kickstarter!

Please help support my upcoming show with curator Amanda Jiron-Murphy at Flashpoint Gallery in DC. The kickstarter promotion includes a three-tier support level which involves an invitation to a preview party on July 29, a fully-illustrated catalog with an essay by Amanda, and a limited edition archival print.

Friends Like These

I will have some drawings in a show opening this Thursday, May 12, at CRANE arts Old School in Philadelphia. It is a great new space, come check it out!

We won!

On Saturday night Amanda Jiron-Murphy, the curator that is putting together my upcoming show, you make me nostalgic for a place I’ve never known, won first place at D.C.’s Kitchen of Innovation event. She received $600 towards the funding of our project. Thank you for all of your hard work, Amanda!

Kitchen of Innovation

Amanda Jiron-Murphy, the curator that I am working with for you make me nostalgic for a place I’ve never known, is presenting our project here tonight.

work currently on view

The New Intimists

Curated by Samantha Friedman

NURTUREart – Brooklyn, NY

Oct 29 – Dec 11

and more…

Nowhere: Selections from the Files of the Hand Drawn Map Association

Curated by Kris Harzinski

Arcadia University Art Gallery – Glenside, PA

Sept 23 – Dec 19

http://www.arcadia.edu/news/default.aspx?id=1722