My painting “Young Aquinas” will be hanging in Prince Street Gallery’s 11th National Juried Exhibition in New York City. Past jurors have included prominent artists such as Philip Pearlstein, Irving Sandler, Yvonne Jacquette, Robert Berlind, Susanna Coffey, William Bailey, Lois Dodd, Graham Nickson, Stuart Shils and Robert Birmelin. This year’s juror is Lori Bookstein, a curator, collector and art dealer in New York City.
I was selected and awarded a second grant by The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation in support of my MFA studies at Arizona State University! I am thrilled and honored to be supported with such generosity. I am very much looking forward to a productive upcoming year!
November 21 – November 29, 2018
Monday through Saturday, 9am–8pm
Closing Reception: Wednesday, November 28, 6:30 p.m.
I am extremely honored to be shortlisted as one of the 40 finalists by this prestigious group of jurors and to show at the New York Academy of Art! For more info: https://nyaa.edu/2018-xl-catlin-art-prize-exhibition/
ART FROM ART
11.10 - 12.8
November 10 - December 8
"...ART FROM ART sets out to showcase works that reference, borrow, recontextualize or otherwise utilize existing artworks, whether old or new, in an obvious way. The ways in which this may be realized are incredibly numerous, and we were eager, in calling for submissions, to see the various approaches artists feel fit this theme.
For this exhibit 150 artists from 37 states and the countries of Canada, England, Iran, Slovakia, and Ukraine submitted 425 works for consideration. Fourteen works by the following 11 artists from 11 states were selected by a blind jury process for presentation in the gallery and the Manifest Exhibition Annual publication." (MANIFEST WEBSITE)
Presenting works by:
Las Vegas, Nevada
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Penns Grove, New Jersey
Des Moines, Iowa
Saratoga Springs, New York
This drawing titled, "The Rep," was officially added to the amazing Dan Leach Collection. I couldn't be happier to send it away to such a knowledgeable and passionate art lover. It will be in great company!
I recently received news that I was selected and awarded a grant by The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation! I am grateful for their support and generosity to artist around the world since 1955.
I am happy to announce that I will begin my MFA studies at Arizona State University on August 17th 2017. If you have not visited the ASU Grant Street Studios in downtown Phoenix, you must! I'm excited to work in such an amazing space. Below is a link to a map of the graduate studios.
If you happen to be in Tucson, today is the last day of their exhibition, Body Language: Figuration in Modern and Contemporary Art. It was an honor to have exhibited with giants like Picasso, Goya, Warhol, Max Ernst, and many more.