also presenting the work of Johnny DeFeo, Andie Dinkin, Matthew F Fisher, Pavel Kraus, Amy Lincoln, Kevin Sudeith and Aaron Zulpo. All available artwork can be previewed at Project: ARTspace's Artsy page
Thursday, December 6, 2018
10 am - 1pm
Thursday-Saturday, December 6-8, 2018
1 pm - 7pm
Sunday, December 9, 2018
10 am - 5 pm
I am excited to announce that this painting is now in the collection of the Mississippi Museum of Art. The American Academy of Arts and Letters helped make this possible, and it is especially meaningful because this painting was inspired by the swamp of the Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge in Mississippi, where I completed an artist's residency in 2014. Full circle!!!
The 2018 Flat File: Year Five at Tiger Strikes Asteroid has an accompanying exhibition catalog that is now available here.
My work is featured in the catalog, and will be at TSA in the flat files through 2018--I hope you have a chance to stop by the gallery sometime to check them out in person!
Show runs: December 1 – 17, 2017
Friday, December 1, 2017
1329 Willoughby Ave #2A, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Hours: Saturdays and Sundays 1pm – 6pm and by appointment
These works are featured for sale at TSA from 12/1 through 2018.
I will have recent paintings up in my new studio, as well as my annual painting raffle. Everyone who comes by will be entered to win a painting! (I will announce the painting to be raffled, here on my website, in early September)
This arrangement of Swamp Shimmer is in the traveling show SEEP, now up at the Woskob Gallery at Penn State. The exhibition runs August 24 - September 30, 2017.
Opening reception: Thursday August 24, 2017 | 5 – 7 PM
Micaela Amateau Amato, Caetlynn Booth, Rob Carter, Ken Fandell, Bonnie Levinthal, Bethany Johnson, Giulia Piera Livi, Patrick McDonough, John Peña, Joseph Smolinski, and Jenna Spevack
SEEP presents the work of 11 contemporary artists who use water as medium, subject matter, or both. Each artist approaches water from a different angle, whether as a tool for art-making, a springboard for exploring issues of resource scarcity, or as a metaphor for unknowable terrain.
Last weekend, I installed a commissioned painting that I completed this year. The image comes from a study that I did back in 2012 while as an artist in residence at the Vermont Studio Center. It was a lot of fun to revisit this subject on a larger scale in oil paint!