In the 12th year of this national exhibition, juror Dorothy Habel chose 47 works from well over 400 entries. My painting, Randy was selected and will be on view February 3-24, 2017 at the Emporium Center, Knoxville, TN. From the press release: The dates for the National Juried Exhibition are February 2-23, 2018 with a […]
For over 30 years, the Lexington Art League has continued to push the boundaries beyond the traditional ‘figure exhibition’ toward a deeper exploration of the human experience and form. Stripped down and back to it’s most bare, The Nude: Brutal Beauty is an exhibition of the human figure that speaks to our innermost instincts that […]
These paintings will be exhibited as a diptych at East Hawai‘i Cultural Center. From the prospectus: “As humans we live in a world full of “things.” There are so many objects surrounding us that overshadow our sense of uniqueness and our ability to marvel at the world as it vanishes in our everyday routine….“The extraordinary […]
From the exhibition literature: Humor can break barriers. It can change our perspective and make us receptive to new ideas. Humor helps us to communicate our message, and in doing so humor connects us. Because of this, there are many different ways to express and experience humor. Florence Quater Gallery at Southwest University of Visual […]
Exhibition Dates: October 6 – 28, 2017
From the exhibition literature: William King Museum of Art continues to celebrate the diversity of regional artistic talent with its biennial exhibition, From These Hills: Contemporary Art in the Southern Appalachian Highlands, a major exhibition of new works by artists working in all media in Southwest Virginia, Northeast Tennessee, Western North Carolina, Southern West Virginia, […]
Juror Peter Van Dyck recognized my painting, Kara for inclusion into this year’s exhibition. There will be an opening reception August 31st. The juror will lecture and present awards September 22nd. The show closes September 29th.
In 2009 I had life size paintings in this annual show. This year however, life size is a single ear on a #10 can lid. The exhibition runs from August 3rd — Sept 24th at the Old Courthouse Art Center in Woodstock, IL.
I’ll have a diptych in this group exhibition at Verum Ultimum Gallery in Portland, Oregon. The show runs from August 12 through September 12, 2017. There will be an opening reception August 12th from 6-8 o’clock.
Three of my paintings have been juried into an exhibition at Foundry Arts Center in St. Charles, Missouri. Update: Counter Fitting awarded Honorable Mention. Narrative art appears throughout the history of humanity as a catalog of experiences across all cultures. Whether implied or spelled out, many artworks have epic tales to tell despite the limited […]
Juror: Anja Foerschner, Getty Research Institue, Los Angeles Exhibition Dates/Location March 13 to 24 Tipton Gallery, 126 Spring St, Johnson City, TN 37604
In the 11th year of this national exhibition, juror Dorothy Habel chose 48 works from well over 400 entries. My painting, Kara was selected and will be on view February 3-24, 2017 at the Emporium Center, Knoxville, TN.
Small Works 2016 is a national juried exhibition of small works (12 inches or smaller in any direction). Open to artists working in all media excluding video/sound and installation art. Juror: Bleu Cease, Executive Director/Curator of Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo) in Rochester, NY. Exhibition Dates: December 3, 2016-January 6, 2017 Opening Reception: Saturday, December […]
From the prospectus: The Exhibition was developed to provide artists an opportunity to compete and showcase their artwork on a national level. Approximately 60-75 traditional and non-traditional works will comprise the exhibition at the McKinney Center at Booker T. Washington School in Jonesborough, Tennessee. The exhibition will run May 24th through June 14th.
My painting Tramp l’oil will be included in this year’s Dogwood Arts Festival. Here’s a bit about the show from their website: The finest progressive artists of our region will showcase their work in the Regional Fine Art Exhibition! Fine art encompassing all styles and genres from both emerging and established artists will be selected […]
I’ve been selected to study Dutch art at the High Museum this summer! Here’s a summary from the Council of Independent Colleges prospectus: A rare traveling exhibition of masterpieces of Dutch Golden Age paintings featuring works by Vermeer, Hals, Rembrandt, and others will visit the United States in 2013, while the collection’s home at the […]
I received some good news tonight that my painting, Across the River Same (revisited) has been juried into an upcoming show. Here’s a bit about the Dogwood Arts Festival from their website:
This exhibition, opening Oct. 23, is guest-curated by Ray Kass, a painter and writer who lives in New York City and Blacksburg, Virginia, where he is Professor Emeritus of Art at Virginia Tech.
Two of my paintings – Consumption of the Virgin and From Which to Choose – have been juried into Real People ’09. The exhibition will be at the Old Courthouse Arts Center in Woodstock, Illinois.
I’ve been selected for exhibition in Positive/Negative 24. The painting to be shown is entitled From Which To Choose. This piece calls up for discussion the interlocking choices members of a family make, both within and without.
Vanishing Point is a posthumous tribute to the Erwin Burrito Company.
Vanishing Point was accepted into a regional show at Kingsport’s Renaissance Center.
The painting, A House is Not a Home has been juried into a national exhibition entitled Coming of Age.
The painting, Reserved has been juried into a show entitled Passages, to be exhibited at the Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts.
The painting, Consumption of the Virgin has been juried, with an Honorable Mention, into the Torpedo Factory’s show entitled In the Flesh.
The painting, Some Settling May Occur has been juried into the Halpert Biennial. The show will be on display from July 6 through October 6.