June 2-11, 2020
Gallery 825, online
My sculpture We Are Legion has been selected for this online exhibition:
"As we all work to slow the spread of COVID-19 by self distancing, the Los Angeles Art Association remains committed to giving emerging artists exposure and access. Towards that end, we are celebrating the best of Los Angeles with an online exhibition featuring art by over 100 emerging artists.
The Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825 proudly presents Gleaming Apollo, an all-media celebration of, and commentary on Los Angeles as viewed by the community's local emerging artists. Gleaming Apollo will run from June 2-11, 2020."
May 14-22, 2020
Los Angeles Art Association
at link below:
The Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA) has organized an online gallery show called Petite Works (nothing over 12"x 12") featuring some wonderful work available for sale in a safe & distanced format.
My sculpture The Kracken was one of the pieces selected. Please visit the gallery to check out all the wonderful pieces & if something catches your eye, help a starving artist with a purchase. This is our new "normal", but where else can you browse highly professional art while sitting in your underwear? Enjoy!
OPEN ONLINE NOW!
Call and Response: Collaboration at a Distance, Round 2
This collaborative effort is the result of Shoebox PR in Los Angeles connecting artists during this time of disaster. Sixty artists were paired, and back and forth over the course of 2 weeks created a work a day. I was partnered with contemporary videographer Ibuki Kuramochi who made this collaboration a true challenge and a pleasure.
The hundreds of works created in such a short time truly demonstrate that creation and collaboration are important and vibrant even when we can't be together.
Visit the link below for details regarding our Zoom "reception" and to see all the works created:
March 6-28, 2020
The Crow Show
The Studio Door
3867 4th Avenue San Diego, CA 92103
Opening this Saturday, March 6 with a reception from 6-9 p.m. the 6th annual Crow Show promises to be a delight. Because of gallery space limitations, my large automaton Rock the Cradle has been selected for the online portion of the show. The link above will take you to the main gallery site for specific info and the entire show can be viewed in the catalog, available here: https://issuu.com/thestudiodoor/docs/the_crow_show_2020_exhibition_catalog
(I am on page 41).
If you are in the area, I invite you to stop in and see some wonderful art in person, and if you can't go in person, check out the catalog.
December 14-January 18, 2020
Opening reception December 14, 7-10 pm
8x8 Silent Art Auction
Avenue 50 Studio
131-135 N. Avenue 50
Highland Park/Los Angeles, CA 90042
I'm delighted to be included in Avenue 50 Studio's annual fundraiser which will hang in the Annex. Each year, over 50 artists are invited to work within the constraints of a piece of 8"x 8" wood in order to benefit this extraordinary local gallery. All of the participants bring their own flavor to working within these boundaries.
My piece "Event Horizon" is designed as an interactive wall-hanging automaton that invites the viewer to touch and enjoy. Please join us on Saturday, December 14 for an opening reception that will also feature shows opening in the main gallery and in the Blue Wall annex, or visit any time during gallery hours until January 18.
November 1, 2019-January 10, 2020
Exotic Tea Pot Show
Montana Modern Fine Art Gallery
127 Main St.
Kalispell, MT 59901
I am pleased to announce that my sculpture Origins has been accepted into this interesting show. There will be an opening celebration on November 1 from 6-8 p.m with the show open for viewing during regular gallery hours until January 10, 2020. If you are in the Kalispell area please stop in, Montana Modern is a lovely gallery with a cadre of talented artists creating delightful & thoughtful contemporary art.
November 23-January 5, 2020
Wit & Whimsy
Confluence Gallery & Art Center
104 Glover St.
Twisp, WA 98856
Exciting news! 4 of my sculptures were selected to appear in what promises to be a really fun show. In addition to an opening night celebration, Confluence is planning ongoing events during the holiday season. I will also have cash'n'carry pieces in their lovely gift shop, so if you are in the area I hope you drop in & partake of the festivities.
September 8-December 29, 2019
Leave A Light On
Wharton Esherick Museum
I have the pleasure of announcing that my sculpture "Baby's First Nightlight: Sweet Dreams" has been accepted into the 26th annual juried woodworking exhibition at the Wharton Esherick Museum. This year's theme is Lighting.
There will be an opening reception & awards ceremony on September 8 that all are invited to attend, with open gallery hours through December 29. Please contact the Museum (link below) for hours and exact address.
I wish to thank this year's jurors Robert Aibel (Moderne Gallery Founder and Co-Director), Thomas Scurto-Davis (Main Line Art Center Executive Director), and Laura Heemer (Wharton Esherick Museum Curator and Program Director) for this honor. If you are in the area, please stop in & see the show & don't miss taking a tour of Mr. Esherick's former home & studio, currently maintained as a museum.
I am pleased & excited to have work on display at barba contemporary art, a beautiful gallery in downtown Palm Springs.
For gallery hours, please contact them directly for further information.