Selections from the groups “and this, our measure” and “taut twine and tin cans”, 26 pieces in total, are on view at Reinhardt University in Waleska, Georgia through the end of fall semester 2016. Here’s an interview on Reinhardt’s Eagle Eye student newspaper.
Twenty-five paintings spanning ten years will be exhibited during Bristol’s Art D’Vine art walk which coincides with Border Bash on Friday June 20, 2014. The reception will run from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. If you’re unable to make the opening, schedule a viewing with the artist. The location is the former Hayes Furniture building – 801 […]
It’s been a wonderfully busy few months! There are ten paintings in the show at the William King’s Panoramic Gallery in Abingdon, Virginia.
As the new faculty member in the Art department, I have an introductory exhibition in the Fine Arts Gallery.
A solo show in the Appalachian Arts Center’s rotating exhibition space will be on view beginning May 1st. The work will remain until June 30th with a reception being held Friday May 11th from 5:30-7:30.
A solo show including three paintings from “And This, Our Measure” and three hand-pulled lithographs was on display at Northeast State Technical Community College. The artwork was located in the lower level of the library on NSTCC’s Blountville campus.
Making rounds and waves, And This, Our Measure moves to Slocumb Galleries.
With the Millennium Centre censoring Still Life with Fountain, I moved the show across the road to the Reece Museum with much appreciation to the Director, Theresa Burchett.
Having been awarded Best in Show at last year’s Bank Show, I had a solo show at the Millennium Centre as part of the award. This conveniently coincided with my MFA exhibition – And This, Our Measure. UPDATE: One of my paintings, Still Life with Fountain was censored on Tuesday by Sodexho, the company that […]