UPCOMING solo exhibitionS
I'm currently working toward to a solo exhibition at the Allenton Gallery- Durham Arts Council, which will run November 9, 2018 – January 5, 2019. The opening reception will take place during Third Friday Gallery Walk, December 21, 2018. I'll be showing oil on panel paintings from my Revisionist Geometry series. Below is an example from this body of work.
Another solo exhibition is planned for November 1-30, 2019 in the Upfront Gallery at Artspace in Raleigh, NC. Details TBA later.
NORTH CAROLINA ARTISTS EXHIBITION
I'm pleased to have this painting selected for the RFAS North Carolina Artists exhibition, March 4- April 22, 2018. This year's juror was Jennifer Dasal, curator at the North Carolina Museum of Art. Opening reception is March 4, 5pm at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts.
art papers auction
I'll have this small painting included in the 19th annual Art Papers Auction this year in Atlanta, GA. The event is Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. It's always a great party!
whitespace GROUP EXHIBITION
I'll have work included in the annual December Show at Whitespace in Atlanta, GA. The exhibition, which features affordable art for the season, opens Dec. 9th and runs through Dec. 30, 2017. I'll be showing this small oil on panel piece.
North carolina ARTISTS EXHIBITION
I'll be showing 12 new oil on panel paintings in an exhibition titled, Precarious Edifices, featuring my work and that of Chieko Murasugi.
The show will run May 31-July 21, 2017 at the Block Gallery inside the Raleigh Municipal Building in downtown Raleigh, NC. Opening reception is 5-7 pm on First Friday, June 2. Check out the exhibition review in Indy Weekly.
joan mitchell foundation grant
My work has changed quite a bit since then, but it's interesting for me to look back at these mixed media collage paintings from 2002. They were created in the wake of 9/11 and reflect that sense of anxiety and destruction. For this body of work, I was awarded a 2002 Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant, which was designed to help ease the transition from art student to professional artist. The grant was a tremendous tool that allowed me to set up a studio and buy supplies after graduation from UNC- Greensboro. The Joan Mitchell MFA Grant recipients were then invited to exhibit together at the CUE Foundation in NY. I couldn't have asked for a more wonderful experience all around.