>Amherst Biennial: November 1, 5-8pm, PERFORMANCE EXPEDITION across Amherst! Starting at the UMASS Museum of Contemporary Art, hiking through the Town of Amherst, across Amherst College campus, and on to Hampshire College and the Eric Carle Museum. Reception to follow.
> Honored to have my work featured on the front (and back) cover of The Nature Conservancy's newsletter.
>Press clipping of work featured in the NYTimes, print edition 7/29/12.
Still from Nothing Ever Really Goes Away
>Article on Nothing Ever Really Goes Away (expedition with a 75lb. block of marble across Hartford) Link Here. Clipping below:
>Radio story by Catie Talarski on WNPR about recent underground canoe expedition of Hartford's Park River. Link
>Valley Advocate article by James Heflin on Abandoned Meanders :
>Wednesday, July 25, @ 7pm: Gallery Talk with Kim Lutz, Director of The Nature Conservancy's Connecticut River Program at Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT. Link to TNC's site for more info.
>Link to projects' press release in 's newsroom: here
>Link to Real Art Ways
>An Unnamed Flowing, Nowhere, Solo Exhibition, Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT, June 21-Sept 9 >Click for .PDF
>June 9, 7-11pm Liminal Portage: video screening, alleyway camping and community campfire Parsons Hall Project Space, Holyoke, MA! Free make-your-own s'mores for all, BUT you have to tell a story round the campfire!
>Daily Hampshire Gazette "Art People" profile by Suzanne Wilson here
>Paradise City Press feature by Rachael Roth here (w/ audio!)
>Gallery talk with Kim Lutz, Director of the Nature Conservancy's Connecticut River Program Tuesday, May 29, 7pm at Oxbow Gallery, Northampton, MA
>Installation at Oxbow, working on the canoe, steaming and bending ash ribs.
>May 2012: Solo Show at Oxbow Gallery: Reception: Friday May 11, 5-8pm!
>I am partnering with the Nature Conservancy on an online interactive wiki map of the Connecticut River, exploring community connections to the river and its watershed.
Below is a link to the Beta* version demo map where you can upload your photos, videos, poems, audio, thoughts, observations, art, etc!
Please add your own explorations of New England's largest freshwater ecosystem!
*The map will be installed at The Oxbow Gallery in Northampton, MA and Real Art Ways in Hartford, CT later this year. Where it will also document my explorations of the CT River watershed and upcoming voyage down river in a homemade canoe!
>Still shot from an ongoing project, Landscape Painting in the Expanded Field (click image for more)
>Forthcoming Project: Abandoned Meanders
>Marks and Mark Eating...
>Video of The Muse, 2011 in action! A readymade: a bicycle playing record player, a kinetic sound sculpture of a moment perpetuated...
>Solo exhibition at the Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy, New York.
>Nice profile in PNCA's online magazine Untitled: Link to Story
>Installation shot of wall drawing entitled Portage (for James) and (in front) an interactive drawing performance piece entitled Honor System (I & II). Installed as part of a four person show, "Accumulus" at Oxbow Gallery, Northampton, MA:
>I was invited to write a guest blog entry for MASS MoCA's Blog here:
07/01: >Just found out that I have been selected for one of 6 solo exhibitions, open to emerging artists in New York, New Jersey, and New England, through Real Art Ways' "Step Up 2011" juried solo exhibition series!
>Upcoming 4 person group show at the Northampton, MA collective Oxbow Gallery:
>Currently in residence at MASS MoCA with the Teenspace crew! Opening reception June 23, 2011!
May 6-June 4, 2011:
>Paperworks at Paper City Studios, Holyoke, MA
>Work featured in
Album—Artist Portraits of Artists-The Art Gym 30th Anniversary Exhibition, The Art Gym, Marylhurst University Portland, OR
>Performance collaboration with dancer Corey Harrower at Vermont Governor's Institute on the Arts. Link
>Four Story wall drawing at Paper City Studios! Images to follow.
>Where did that year get to?
>Working on giant puppet/balloon for Boston's New Year's Eve Parade. I'm having visions of a giant light bulb illuminating (above) a giant head, hovering over the streets of Boston! Here's a rough sketch:
>Cranbrook back in session. Put the pain back in painting!
>Mr. Rogers helped me update the site. Newer images uploaded, more to come.