I am happy to announce that I will be participating in DDessin Paris for the second year in a row. Three new charcoal drawings will be on display with H Gallery Paris along side new work by Isabelle Lévénez and Marie Havel. DDessin Paris opens today and runs through the weekend. Please check the website for hours and admission.
I am thrilled to announce the opening of my solo show, Morganne (Morganne de toi), at H Gallery, this Thursday, February 22nd, in Paris, France.
Morganne (Morganne de toi) is a visual narrative told in 14 parts. A departure from my previous work, Morganne (Morganne de toi) is a self contained storyline centered on themes of memory, desire, transformation and escape. The images in this series represent singular moments connected through common threads of setting, character and costume. The narrative, while tangibly present, is purposefully left up to the viewer to arrange and rearrange, adding their own perspective with each iteration.
My website will be updated with images from the show after it's opening. In the mean time please contact H Gallery for more information or to receive a preview of the show.
Morganne (Morganne de toi) is on view at H Gallery, Paris from 22nd February - 31 March, 2018.
The opening is 22 February, from 6pm to 9pm.
The Color of Water celebrates the growing field of contemporary watercolor with a group exhibition featuring 20 artists from around the globe. Each artist will showcase work that exemplifies their specific style, genre and subject matter. The exhibition will hang through the months of January and February. A reception, featuring music, wine, and hors d’oeuvres will take place on February 2 from 6-8PM and is open to the public.
Featured artists include: Laurin McCracken, Dylan Scott Pierce, Alexandra Becker-Black, Joshua Flint, Kerry Brooks, Mario Robinson, E. B. Lewis, Jason Drake, Nick Runge, Endre Penovac, Matthew Bird, Dean Mitchell, Laurin McCracken, Kevin Taylor, Oriol Angrill Jorda, Katie Green, Adam Lister, Ester Sarto, Michiyo Fukushima, Karl Mårtens, Denny Bond, Melanie Norris, and Reuben Negron.
Untitled (Catherine nº1), pictured below, will be on display for the duration of the show.