I am pleased to announce that I will be participating in a 2nd show at the Ice House Gallery in Evanston, IL entitled “Contemporary Finds”! The art reception is on May 4th from 5-8pm. This exhibit seeks to “challenge themes of perception, texture, and what can be considered art.” My first experience exhibiting here was amazing; I had my own display wall with 20+ of my pieces featured resulting in several being sold! I hope to see you all there.
This is my second participation in an exhibit at Columbia College.
Strange Fevers Exhibit
Columbia College Chicago Library
April 12 to May 31
Strange Fevers features work in various media that transforms and shapes experience the public both physical or electronically for playful or political purposes. using the existing culture either as impetus or camouflage, including altered signage, pranks or hoaxes, illusions, street art, faux propaganda and more…
Join us for an afternoon of discussions, readings, and exhibits in honor of our Strange Fevers focus topic
This is an older piece I just finished recently.
I am very excited to participate in the 17th issue of Wake Up Screaming. Featuring 39 artists, offering over 20,000 words and more than 100 images forming countless insights into the complexities and the simplicities of the human mind.
Thanks to Sharon Crowley for help in crafting the artist statement.
My artistic journey has been incredible. It’s my pleasure to announce two exhibits I am in this year.
I will be the featured artist for the month of March at Ice House Gallery in Evanston, Il.
Secondly I have been selected for an exhibit at the Harold Washington Library Center from August 18 to September 28.
More details to come.
In this new series I am using molded protective packaging that electronic items are shipped in.
The large metal found object in this piece was found by my sister-in-law Carol Nolan in Amsterdam in June of 2018. She has a good eye!