I’m excited to be included in the upcoming issue of the Hand Magazine.
What is the Hand Magazine? From their website: “The Hand is dedicated to being the world’s premier forum for “alternative” and historic photographic processes and all types of printmaking. We want to encourage inspiration, education, and community for artists using unique, mixed media, experimental, and idiosyncratic “reproduction-based” techniques. We do also print digital art work and art work where the subject matter has been manipulated, directed, or staged by the artist.”
In early March, barely a week before everything got locked down, I met with Catherine Kernan and Jane Goldman in Somerville, MA to curate this exhibition. For several months it was unclear whether the exhibit would happen at all. Happily, things opened up in Maine around June 1st and here we are. The show features 25 artists included in the book Singular and Serial: Contemporary Monotype and Monoprint. Exhibit dates are July 9 – Sept 19, 2020.
I’m looking forward to showing this piece at the upcoming exhibit Focus Printmaking III at Greenhut Galleries. Urban Salvage VII, monoprint 26″ x 79″.
Opening reception Saturday, February 8th from 1-3pm. Exhibition runs through the end of March
I am also pleased to announce I am now officially represented by Greenhut Galleries. You can check out my available work anytime on their website:www.greenhutgalleries.com
Other shows coming up include The 10th Biennial Portland Show at Greenhut opening in early April. My work in the traveling flat file with the Boston Printmakers will be shown in an exhibition at the Southern Graphics Council Conference in Puerto Rico in April and then onto Cuba for the exhibition Conexiones/Connections at the Taller Experimental de Grafica in Havana. In addition I have work in a group exhibition called ImMigration organized by the LA Printmaking Society and currently on exhibit at Self Help Graphics in Los Angeles. Then in June I will be having a solo exhibition at L/A Arts in Lewiston, ME. Fortunately winter is a good time to get things done in the studio!
A wonderful trip to Venice and Poffabro in the fall ’19 with 6 other artists from Peregrine Press along with Sola from Iceland and Mary from Ireland (we first met them several years ago at Ballinglen Arts Foundation in Ireland). Joining us on this trip were Helga from Iceland and Margie from upstate NY. We saw as much of the Biennale art as we could cram in in three days along with print studio visits, general sightseeing and lots of good food. Then onto Poffabro where we stayed in old stone houses, bonded with Benedictine nuns, gave demonstrations, hiked amongst mushroom gatherers, ate more good food, exhibited our work, did a temporary art installation in a dry river bed, visited archaeological museums, Celtic grottos, high school art students and drank a bunch of wine. Now the group wonders…where to next time?
I have 2 monoprints in this exhibition at Soprafina Gallery, 55 Thayer St. Boston, MA. The exhibit includes selected works from the recently published book Singular and Serial, which showcases monoprints and monotypes by over 70 artists from around the country.
Additional artists in the exhibit are Joel Janowitz, Stuart Shils, Jane Kent, Nancy Lazar, Jane Goldman, Wendy Prellwitz, Constance Jacobson, Dan Welden, Bill Jacklin, Liza Folman, John Willis, Wendy Orville, Ron Pokrasso, Peggy Badenhausen and book co-author Catherine Kernan.
Artist reception and book signing, Friday, Sept. 6th at 5:30pm
Additional book signing reception Saturday, Sept. 14th from 3-5pm
I’m pleased to be participating again in the MECA Collect sale happening Thursday, June 27th through Saturday June 29th (open 10-6 each day). Over 350 works of art are for sale from faculty, alumni, students and friends of the college. Proceeds go to the Meca Student Scholarship Fund which helps hundreds of students pay for their education. I have given 2 of my solar plate etchings on nautical charts and have chosen to donate 100% of the sale price to MECA.
Sale location in the Institute of Contemporary Art at the Maine College of Art, 522 Congress St. Portland, Maine
I delivered this 30 x 40 inch working waterfront painting to an office in Boston recently. A bit of license was taken on the working waterfront aspect of Boston Harbor, but I included some recognizable buildings in the cityscape…Custom House and Independence Place towers among others.
I’m excited to be included in this new publication focusing specifically on monoprints and monotypes. Over 70 artists from around the country are featured. Available in bookstores, on amazon etc! Hardcover, 272 pages with 365 full color images. Stay tuned for upcoming exhibit announcements related to the publication, the first being at Soprafina Gallery in Boston this fall.
The artists of the Bakery Studios are holding an art sale to benefit the Maine Coast Fisherman’s Association. 100% of the proceeds will go to help keep the working waterfront in Portland. Join us on Thursday, April 18th from 5 – 7pm at 61 Pleasant St. in Portland. Our lobby/gallery area will be filled with beautiful work and the Mami Food Truck will be cooking up delicious food. Come and support Portland’s working waterfront!