I was featured today on a great project, 365 Artists/365 Days.
Photos from Evelyn E. Jorgenson Gallery
My solo show, Storms and Snarls is up this month at the Evelyn E. Jorgenson Gallery, at Moberly Community College. They did a fantastic job hanging my work, and I am so grateful to everyone there that facilitated this show. See some pictures and like their gallery here.
A busy November
I'm involved in several events and exhibitions this November.
I will be presenting a paper, "The Investigative Mark" at the annual SECAC conference in Greensboro, NC as part of a panel on contemporary drawing.
My solo show, Storms and Snarls, will be exhibited at Moberly Community College, in Moberly, MO.
I am also exhibiting a work in St. Louis, MO at Mad Art Gallery, in the invitational Poetry Scores exhibition, featuring work inspired by Anne Sexton's poem, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves".
E(labor)ated Surfaces at Ground Floor Gallery
I am happy to have a few pieces in E(labor)ated Surfaces, curated by Herb Rieth at the Ground Floor Gallery in Nashville, TN for the month of September. The opening is September 7, from 6-9 for anyone in Nashville that would like to attend.
More information at Ground Floor Gallery
WBIR Coverage of the Vacuum Shop Studios
We had a great opening reception fot the Vacuum Shop Studios, my new art-making home.
Here's a brief article about the space and the opening.
Vacuum Shop Studios Open Studio Night
I've recently moved studios!
Please join me and my new studio mates at our first open studio night, this First Friday, February 1st, from 7-10pm.
We are located at 1326 Broadway, on the corner of Broadway and Glenwood.
Art, food, beer, good times.
Check out our website!
Borders and Boundaries
I am so pleased to have a work selected for the upcoming Borders and Boundaries exhibition at harwoodartcenter.org/ss/ The Harwood Art Center| in Albuquerque, NM. The exhibit will be up October 5 - 25.
Four x four
The Ewing Gallery will be exhibiting the work of UT's School of Art Staff during the month of July. My work will be shown along with my talented cohorts: Jennifer Stoneking-Stewart, Sarah McFalls, and Mike C. Berry.
The opening reception will on July 6th, from 3-5pm. Come stop by before you hit First Friday, or stop by during any of the gallery's open hours until July 27th.
I am very pleased to have been invited to publish a series of prints at Pele Prints, in St. Louis. I will be working furiously for a couple of days next week. Images of our results will be forthcoming.
Amalgam: The artists of 17th Street Studios
Friday, May 4th at Fluorescent Gallery, the artists of 17th Street Studios will present recent work. Join us for the reception from 7-10pm. Fluorescent Gallery is located at 627 N. Central, Knoxville.
The Salvage Show
For the second year, I am participating in The Salvage Show, benefiting Knox Heritage. This great organization, promoting historical homes in Knoxville, also sells architectural salvage, and once a year, asks artists and designers to re-purpose said salvage into new art and design. It promises to be a good one! Come check out the wares on Friday April 6, from 6-9 pm on the 2nd Floor of 36 Market Square.
More information about Knox Heritage
I am pleased to be part of a group exhibition, NEXUS 2012, juried by Allen Peterson. The show consists of a wide range of small sculptures as part of the city's Dogwood Arts Festival. The show runs April 2-14, with the opening reception on April 6, from 6-9pm. More information here
Read a great review of the show here
I am honored to be part of a group of amazing contemporary fiber artists in a show curated by Herb Rieth, E(Labor)ated Surfaces.
The show will be at the Bagwell Center for the Arts on the main campus of Pellissippi State Community College, from March 5 until March 21.
There will be a closing reception on March 21 at 1pm.
as of yet (an evolving series)
17th Street Open Studios
Please join the artists of 17th Street Studios for our Open Studio Night. All of the studios will be open to walk through, work will be displayed, and there will be good conversation and refreshments to enjoy. Work will also be available for purchase.
We'd love for you to stop by for a few minutes or the whole time.
17th Street Studios currently includes 13 artists, designers, and producers. Its mission is to provide work space and community for creatives living and working in Knoxville, Tennessee.
The artists of 17th Street Studio are:
Lesley Eaton (Peppered Paper)
Paul Harrill (Self-Reliant Film)
Beth Meadows (With Bear Hands)
Katie Ries (Urban Land Scouts)
Jessie Van der Laan
Redeemer Church of Knoxville
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