A monotype from the Thereafter series was featured on a new album cover, Black Heart Music, by Ben Rath (Eilean Records, a non-profit and independent French label).
The Art Salon.
The ArtSalon is a dynamic social evening of engaging presentations by established and emerging artists in the Pioneer Valley. The ArtSalon provides an opportunity for artists and designers of all mediums to present their work and ideas in a format called Pecha Kucha (pronounced peh-chak-cha) of 20 slides x 20 seconds each. I was honored to be asked to present my work during the October Salon in Northampton. Please consider supporting future artists. Learn more here.
Born of a Storm, 2017 (photos: Jim Gipe, Pivot Media).
A new book.
Zea Mays Printmaking will showcase boxed prints, portfolios, and books by selected member artists. My new book of prints, Born of a Storm, will be included. Photos coming soon . . .
Thank you, Lesley.
A week with Lesley Dill, seated, in Truro, Massachusetts.
Zea Mays Printmaking welcomes the public to Open Portfolios. Under a tent at the studio in Florence, Massachusetts. Live music and refreshments. Join us on Sunday, June 11, 4–8 pm.
November 3–6 at The Tunnel, NYC. A portfolio of prints by invited members of Zea Mays Printmaking who were asked to respond to the poem Traces by Annie G. Rogers.
I will be showing and selling at Zea Mays Printmaking: Print Fair North on Sunday, October 2, 10 am–5 pm under a tent in the plaza behind Thornes Marketplace. Rain or shine. The one-day fair is part of the Print Works 2016 festival in Northampton.
On Friday, October 14, 5–8 pm at A.P.E. Gallery, Zea Mays Printmaking and Peregrine Press (Portland, Maine) will hold an opening reception for The Unity of Opposites. This collaborative exhibition runs October 4–30 and travels to Portland's Institute of Contemporary Art at MECA in February. #telephoneexhibit
Archipelago and Departure recently traveled to Portland, Oregon. Archipelago will be included in 23 Sandy Gallery's Wanderlust exhibition. Departure went along for the ride: This new book will be added to the gallery's inventory.
A.P.E. alumni show of tiny, affordable art. Come see. Come buy. Through January 4, 2016.