I am honored to be showing "Window Treatment" as part of the "A Thousand Words" show at Core New Art Space! "A Thousand Words" presents works that tell a story. Realistically, abstractly or expressionistically inspired by literature and legends, poetry and parables, novels and narratives, myths … [Read more...] about Exhibitionistia: “A Thousand Words” at Core New Art Space
It was a pleasure to participate in Core New Art Space's exhibition: Juror, Richard Chamberlain, pursues several lines of work in visual and performing arts and is a published poet as well. He was looking for: “....works that tell a story. Realistically, abstractly or expressionistically … [Read more...] about Worth “A Thousand Words”
I am thrilled to be showing in The Cape Cod Museum of Art's upcoming exhibition, INSIGHT. When spoken, this word can be broadly understood as – Insight, In Sight and Incite. Grace Hopkins, gallery director at the Berta Walker Galleries in Provincetown, and Wellfleet, MA served a s juror. 523 … [Read more...] about Exhibitionista: INSIGHT at the Cape Cod Museum of Art
I am thrilled to participate in: “Illuminate” Springboard Art Chicago's Inaugural Art Exhibition! It would be easy to believe the world is cloaked in darkness. But Springboard Arts Chicago invites you to join us as we illuminate the darkness through art. We believe the arts have the power to … [Read more...] about Inaugural Exhibition: “Illuminate” at Springboard Arts Chicago!
Chasing Ghosts V: Piercing the Veil through Remembrance, Legacy & Beyond... At Verum Ultimum Gallery in Portland. Juried and curated by Jennifer Gullia Cutshall "This show emphasizes the idea of revealing the unseen or the soul in a work of art. The term ghost may be interpreted in many ways, … [Read more...] about Chasing Ghosts V: Piercing the Veil through Remembrance, Legacy & Beyond…
"Against the ruin of the world, there is only one defense: the creative act". --Kenneth Rexroth Remain defended. … [Read more...] about “Against the ruin of the world, there is only one defense….”