I’m pleased to have have four pieces included in this exhibition at Blue Spiral 1 Gallery, May 3–June 9, 2019. I showed two Woven Portraits there back in 2015, as part of a craft-emphasizing series of photography exhibitions that was taking place throughout Asheville. I’m happy for the return nearly four years later in this show examining interpretations of the human forma across several media. Curated by the gallery’s Assistant Director Candace Reilly.
I’m extremely pleased that starting April 12, 2019, I’ll be hosting a bi-monthly critique session at Brooklyn Brainery Park Slope. I been teaching photography classes at the Brainery since 2014. Friday Night Crit Circle is open to artists and designers workin in any visual media; it will provide fresh, honest feedback on any project attendees choose to present and it will ask that attendees each offer their feedback to others in return. Only eight attendees per session and some sessions will feature VIP guests. Sign up here.
I’m pleased to show five pieces in the group exhibition “Referential” at Novado Gallery this fall. The opening is tonight, October 27, 2018, and the show runs through December 5. Novado Gallery has several pieces of mine for sale in their collection and shows a variety of artists, mostly concentrating on the Jersey City area.
I'm quite happy to have two pieces included in this exhibition, curated by Susan L. Moore, which honors the retirement of an erstwhile professor of mine, Stan Strembicki. Considering how many students he's had over the years, it means a lot.
October 5–November 20, 2018; Opening: October 5, 5–7 pm
More info: http://samfoxschool.wustl.edu/events/12695
Image: Stan Strembicki
A few Woven Portraits will be traveling to Chicago for this exhibition, which was juried by Juan Fernandez. August 31–September 16, 2018. More info here: http://www.gallery19chicago.com/index.html
Image: Kate Pollard Hoffmann
I'm pleased to have two pieces included in this exhibition, curated by the gallery's director, Frank Rose. October 26–December 31, 2018. More info here: http://www.formandconcept.center/exhibitions/hand-eye-photography-exhibition/
Image: Elizabeth M. Claffey