For the first time, a piece from each of my 3 main bodies of work will be on display in a different museum.
The Fruitful Life
Sept 21-Nov 18
Mexic-Arte Museum, 419 Congress Ave, Austin, TX
Elements of Death
I’ll be exhibiting “The Fruitful Life” from the Crystal series
In honor of “Dia de los Muertos”, the show is a reflection on death and the emotional experience of memory and nostalia.
Opening reception: September 21, 6-9pm
Alleys & Ruins no. 97, NOW (Los Angeles, CA)
Oct 2 – Feb 1
Illinois State Museum, Chicago Gallery
100 West Randolph, Chicago
Fragile Relations: Art, Nature and Environment
The group show focuses on issues relating to the environment both external and internal.
I’ll be exhibiting six 32×40 pieces, three from both the Alleys and Glam Bugs series,
and I’ll be attending the opening reception (all are welcome!), Fri, Oct 5, 5pm-7pm
Rhodius: fallen hero of Troy
Susquehanna Art Museum’s VanGo, Harrisburg, PA
What’s Big is Little, What’s Little is Big
A group show with work from artisits who utilize the concept of scale in unique and unconventional ways. One of my Glam Bugs, Atlas, will represent the series. I thought I’d give Rhodius (above) a little air – he’ll be at the Illinois State Museum.
VanGo is the award-winning museum on wheels! The modern, fully-equipped bus/museum is an outreach program that takes shows largely to young students.