I have a limited edition(10) 3D printed steel sculpture along with a number of other artists in the annual Don’t Wake Daddy group show in Hamburg, Germany at Feinkunst Krüger and curated by the esteemed Heiko Muller. Opens on December and you can make an appointment to see the exhibit on the Feinkunst Krüger website. I wish I could be there.
Nice little Q&A with The Rooster based in Boulder, CO.
Excited for the “Remastered II” show at Faultline Artspace. A second of this themed show where artists were asked to create an alternative album cover of their choice. 30 amazing artists in this one!
Here is link to the virtual show website.
Bedford Gallery is pleased to announce Bird, Nest, Nature, a juried and invitational exhibition featuring a roster of local and national artists. Birds have long captured the attention of humankind, the earliest evidence of which can be found in cave drawings that reflect all that we cherish in nature from flora to fauna. This exhibition was juried by Jeffrey De Blois, Assistant Curator, ICA Boston and Rebecca Lowery, Assistant Curator, MOCA Los Angeles, and includes over 150 local, national and international artists inspired by the exquisite beauty of creatures of flight.
Peter Adamyan, Matt Adrian, Sophia Allison, Suzanne Anderson-Carey, Aidin Andrews, Diane Andrews Hall, Gale Antokal, Jennifer Bain, Aimee Baldwin, Evan Barbour, Kate Barrengos, Kristine Beier, Linda Belden, Lucrezia Bieler, Jan Blythe, Emma Bolton, Karen Bondarchuk, Tiffany Bozic, Beka Brayer, William Broder, Donna Brown, Debra Broz, Jamie Burnside, Gerardo Candelario, John Casey, Karen Clark, Julie Clements, Joshua Coffy, Sharon Constant, Catherine Courtenaye, Sabra Crockett, Bronle Crosby, Tony Dagradi, Laurie Davenport, Deborah Davidson, Dana DeKalb, Alexander Diaz, Jennifer Downey, Melissa Eder, Donald Farnsworth, Julia Feldman, t.w.five, Kat Flyn, Judy Fong, Kevin Ford, Kath Frajbis, Annelise Freund, Jason Frost, Kilian Garvey, Ruth Geos, Sheila Ghidini, Bushra Gill, Carol Gill-Briiton, Chet Glaze, Alicia Goode, Daniel Graxton, Saira Grube, Kristen Haskell, Larry Hatfield, Karen Hill, Judy Hirabayashi, Dianne Hoffman, Ann Hollingsworth, Ann Holsberry, Linda Huffman, Angela F. Hunkler, Maggie Hurley, Thomas Jackson, Cynthia Jensen, Barbara Johansen Newman, Sharon Kain, Alexis Kandra, Christina Keith, Betsy Kendall, R. J. Kern, Jon Kerpel, Katie Kindelan, Isabella Kirkland, Christine Kirouac, Kristin Kwan, Maureen Langenbach, Bernadette Larimer, Debra LaRocque, Martin Lasack, Carrie Lederer, Ellen Little, Bachrun LoMele, Jeffrey Long, Maggie Mackinlay, Kent Manske, Kara Maria, Traci Martin, Catherine McCargar, Lisa McCutcheon, Lisa McElroy, Ally Mckay, Stephanie Metz, Nancy Mintz, Crystal Moody, Ally Morgan, Angela Moulton, Kat Mulkey, Natalie Nelson, Julia Nelson-Gal, José Nuñez, Asaki Oda, Patricia Oji, Catie O’Leary, Mary O’Malley, Jennifer Orkin Lewis, Ruth Owens, Rebecca Palmer, Krupa Paranjape, Nick Pedersen, Michael Pedroni, Stan Peterson, Irene Raspollini, Arline Reimann, David Reyes, Juan Rodriguez, Jane Rosen, Amy Ross, Susan Routledge, Catherine Ryan, William Salit, Bill Samios, Susana Sanchez, Stacey Schneider, Kest Schwartzman, Maja Sereda, James Shefik, Keyvan Shovir, Karen Sjoholm, Kiki Smith, Sylvia Solochek Walters, Wendy Sparks and Jeff Torquemada, Chandana Srinath, Melissa Stephens, Lorna Stevens, Netsanet Tesfay, Michele Théberge, Lex Thompson, Andie Thrams, David Tomb, Anna Valdez, Lucie Van der Elst, Jeanie Wakeland, Emily Wamsley, Beverly West Leach, Rosario Weston, Stephen Whisler, Natalia Wilkins Tyler, Jennifer Wolpert, Dianne Yudelson and Gail Zavala.
WOW x WOW Gallery proudly presents Parallel Truths. Opening on wowxwow.com at 7pm BST on 5th June and running until 26th June, the exhibition features over 40 incredible international artists and consists of more than 50 fabulous artworks.
We may never meet the artists whose work we so greatly admire. We may never have the opportunity to learn first-hand about those works that stir our emotions and thoughts so deeply. We may live in times, places and cultures that differ vastly from those of the creator’s, and our opinions and worldviews may be poles apart. The meanings and concepts we derive from their artworks may be discrete or differing from the artist’s original intentions. However, through their work we are connected on a fundamental level as human beings, and the fact that their creations speak to us, shows that these connections wield the power to transcend many boundaries. Our interpretations of artworks carry forth the relevance of those creations to future generations. And while these interpretations may vary, they are all valid. They all run alongside each other, in possession of their own truths; ‘Parallel Truths’.