Above is a snapshot of my most recent installation hung in my crit space for the June residency. And below is another shot of it in my studio prior to hanging it at the residency.
I traveled out to Texas for the first time this weekend to attend the ‘Auto-biography’: Artists (Re)Writing and Telling Histories opening reception at the WoCA Projects in Fort Worth. Here’s some photos from the opening reception. The show runs through July 7th.
I had a great time at the Emerge Boston opening reception at the Menino Arts Center. Two of my earlier MFA works are on view in this juried exhibition of work from artists enrolled and Boston area art colleges. The exhibition will be up through May 20th.
My studio has evolved a lot in the thirteen months that I have been an MFA student. Each semester I have rearranged the layout at least once to accommodate the evolution of working with new mediums. The recent changes I’ve made relate to display, covering one of the studio walls with homasote; setting up a working space … Read More
Untitled (31″ x 24″, house paint, folding ruler, stepladder) This is a piece which is part of a larger installation I am working on. I apologize for the crude photo. My camera is in desperate need of replacing. So you may have to squint and imagine how great it would look if my lens wasn’t is … Read More
He’s a sneak peak of my latest work in progress which consists of a grid of 3 1/2″ paintings. The paintings are being added and removed daily as this abstract narrative takes form.
// Detail shots of my latest “exeration project” still very much in progress.
Step(s) (14″ x 14 1/2″, acrylic on wood)
Exeration Project #01, (17″ x 13 1/2″) My latest work. Not sure it’s complete yet, but close. My three year old son came up with the perfect title for my new series of installations. I’m already cranking out another piece comprised of smaller squares of wood where I’m also injecting a little more color and … Read More
Here’s some close up shots of a piece I’m currently working on. It’s a painting on 22″ x 22″ pine (working title: HC-159). Materials used: house paints, acrylics, inks, colored pencils, charcoal and the all important paint removal/ mark making tools like sandpaper and a paint scrapper. This piece could be nearly complete (I thought it … Read More