Happy to receive a writeup in the Washington Post about the print exhibit at WAS gallery in Bethesda MD
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New Exhibit at WAS Gallery--I am delighted to exhibit new prints and a wall drawing! with Elle Friedberg at a new gallery in Bethesda Maryland. Exhibit will be on from Sept 29-Nov 18. Join us for the opening reception Friday Sept 29, 6-8 pm. Gallery web site: https://www.wasgallery.com/
Happy to participate in the print exchange exhibit at Seacourt Print Workshop in Bangor, UK, with printmakers from Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Hyattsville, MD. The theme is Control within Chaos, and I submitted a multilayered screenprint that happened to be a perfect fit for the exhibit!
New pigment prints on Moab Lasal archival matte paper, 8x10. Digital collages of personal imagery such as scanner photography of nests, textures and digital drawing. Will submit to Washington Printmakers National SmallWorks Exhibit. Now they accept digital work as well as handpulled prints, but each submission has to be 100 square inches or smaller! This is challenging since I have tried to work larger lately.
These will go to my new shop on the website and will be priced at 50 dollars each unframed from a limited edition of 20.
Just framed two acrylics 24x 30, will be exhibited at the Chesapeake Frame and Gallery space in Potomac MD. The simple black metal frames were ordered from pictureframes.com since I couldn't find anything locally and had a short turnaround time. Although I might have chisen silver or some other color, Black was required for the exhibit. I looked for a frame that was understated but provided a crisp accent.
“The whole culture is telling you to hurry, while the art tells you to take your time. Listen to the art.” -Junot Diaz
I am delighted to be asked by Pyramid Atlantic Art Center to participate in the exhibition, Control Within Chaos. The exhibition will take place June 7-30, 2017, at Seacourt Print Workshop, in Bangor, Northern Ireland. Parallel to this, from May 19-June 16, PAAC will host an exhibit of Seacourt artists’ work in our gallery.
Delighted to be part of this year's EMULSION exhibit —The Fourth Annual East City Art Regional Juried Show• All events are free and open to the public • Location: PEPCO Edison Place Gallery at 702 8th Street NW, Washington DC • EXHIBITION: March 3-16, 2017
For Details see Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/380502832306923/
INK IT: CONTEMPORARY PRINT PRACTICES Regional printmaking exhibit juried by Helen Frederick
Exhibit on View: February 11 – March 11, 2017
I will be in a three person exhibition at Gallery B in Bethesda MD with my friends and colleagues, Damon Arhos and Kristine DeNinno. Check gallery site for more details: http://www.bethesda.org/bethesda/gallery-b
I am thrilled to be participating in the MPA's Artfest this Sunday Oct 2! I will sell paintings and prints, along with 50 other artists--hope to see you there! For more information: https://mpaart.org/mpaartfest/
My mixed media piece entitled "after party" was selected by juror Jayme McLellan to be included in a National Juried Show at the Touchstone Gallery in Washington DC, Aug 5-25. Opening Reception will be August 5th 6-8:30. Location: 901 New York Avenue NW
Thrilled to receive Honorable Mention for my Web installation at the "Not a Box: Installation Exhibit" juried by Alex Paik, at the Art League Gallery, Alexandria VA
My first installation, a web wall decal, will be included in an exhibition called, "Not a Box" at the Art League in Alexandria VA. Juror is Alex Paik. For more info: http://www.theartleague.org/content/gallery
Exhibit dates: Wednesday, July 6–Sunday, August 7 Opening Reception: Thursday, July 14, 6:30–8:00 pm
Juror Nora Atkinson, the Lloyd Herman Curator of Craft at the Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum has chosen three of my pieces! to be part of MPA’s Making Sense exhibition this summer. For more info: http://www.mpaart.org/exhibitions-2/
I'm excited to be an artist in residence at Palette 22, a new restaurant in Shirlington, VA which features international street food, art for sale, an artist working during every shift while you eat, and a great happy hour! I have been fortunate to sell lots of art there, I meet interesting people and am having a lot of fun! I love residencies...they get me out of the home studio and are very productive.