This past weekend Brock Brake, curator at Athen B. Gallery, visited me at my studio as I finish up a new body of work for 'Muscle Memory' exhibition opening April 15th alongside Alexandra Levasseur, Kate Klingbeil and Winnie Truong.
You can take a peak into the studio visit on Athen B. Gallery's blog.
Additionally, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries and to be added to the collectors preview of the exhibition.
Opening Reception is April 15th at 7pm
1525 Webster St. Oakland, CA
Contact email@example.com for any inquiries or to be added to the collectors preview.
I have work in Athen B. Gallery's Winter Group Exhibition this November, with other local and international artists:
ADRIAN LANDON BROOKS, ANDREW BARNES, BEAU ADAMS, BRETT FLANIGAN, BUNNIE REISS, CHRISTOPER BURCH, DAN HAMPE, DANIEL SEGROVE, DAVID BRAY, DAVID MARC GRANT, ERIN M. RILEY, GAGE OPDENBROUW, GRADY GORDON, HEATHER DAY, IAN JOHNSON, ILEANA TEJADA, JASON SEIFE, JP MCNICHOLAS, KATE KLINGBEIL, KELLY TUNSTALL & FERRIS, PLOCK, KEVIN UMANA, KIT KING, LAUREN NAPOLITANO, LEIGHTON KELLY, LYNNEA HOLLAND WEISS, MARSHA ROBINSON, MAX KAUFFMAN, MONEYLESS, MUZAE SESAY, NICOMI NIX TURER, SADDO, STEVE CHELLIS, TROY LOVEGATES, WINNIE TRUONG, WOODROW WHITE and WORD TO MOTHER.
Opening Reception: November 12th 7-11 pm in Downtown Oakland
1525 Webster St, Oakland, California 94612
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any inquiries.
I had the opportunity to talk to the very lovely artist and writer, Hannah Wnorowski, on a sunny NY morning. She interviewed me about painting, comedy and life for the first edition of a weekly column entitled "Conversations in Comedy" for Ground Floor.
I have been selected to be a part of a group exhibition at the Richmond Art Center, entitled "Our Town" opening June 11, 2016.
Exhibition Dates: June 12 – August 27, 2016
Reception: Saturday, June 11, 5-7pm
The people and places which mark a town as “Our Town” are as varied as our lives.
The histories and generations of schools and teachers, shops and customers, workplaces and co-workers, these populate our days.
As the Richmond Art Center reflects on its 80th Anniversary, we are looking for views, impressions, thoughts on what makes a place unique, what gives a place its identity, what meaning can be drawn from experience, association, or memory. We invite artists to show us their art reflecting their town, our town, a better town.
Juror: Jack Fischer, director of the vibrant Jack Fischer Gallery in San Francisco, brings a unique point of view to this selection. Always fresh and direct in his response to art, Fischer extends a multi-textured and open approach to “Our Town.”