On August 3rd my diptych "Incantation 3" will open at the national annual juried exhibition at Axis Gallery in Sacramento. The show runs through August 26th and was juried by Lucía Sanromán, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Director of Visual Arts. In Lucia's words: "Included are pieces that address this moment, such as Peter Hassen ‘s altered photographs with text that addresses landscape as contested territory."
On June 22nd my piece "Elements 3; Water/Commerce" will open at the annual juried exhibition "Slice" At Pence Art Gallery in Davis, CA. The show runs through Augst 19th and was juried by Rachael Clarke, New Media professor at CSU, Sacramento.
On May 26th my piece "Dark Clouds 2" will open at the national juried exhibition "Dream" At ARC Gallery in San Francisco. The show runs through June 15th.
On May 3rd I open the three person exhibition "Weather" At Partners Gallery in Fort Bragg, CA. It will feature the four "Elements 3" series. It was curated by Kate Eilertsen and runs through May 27th.
On February 3rd the show "Music for Your Eyes" opens at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art. The show runs through March 10 and will feature one of my mixed media panels, "Divine Proportions 2."
The Los Angeles Center of Digital Arts show, Electron Salon, from December 14th through January 6th will feature my mixed media panel "Incantation 3."
Opening December 10 and running through January 19th, the show "HERE" will feature one of my sculptures from the CYCLES series; "Cycles 1."
I hope you can join us at the Berkeley Art Center for the Opening of a multi-city show, With Liberty and Justice for Some. This multi-artist show is themed around personal immigration stories.
I've been invited to show work as part of this show:
September 23 - October 8, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, Sept 23, 6 - 8 pm
Co-curated by artist Monica Lundy and gallerist Walter Maciel, this exhibition features portraits of immigrants to the United States by artists from Los Angeles and the Bay Area. Back when Donald Trump was still the President-elect, long before his executive order became a flashpoint for pro-immigrant rallies at airports across the nation, Lundy, like many in her artistic community, felt both helpless and determined to do something. In response to this need, Lundy and Maciel invited artists from across the country to make 8 x 8-inch portraits of individuals who came to the United States as immigrants including historic subjects, personal friends, relatives, strangers, and self-portraits. The exhibition launched in Los Angleles, then traveled to the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery and will be exhibited at Berkeley Arts Center from September 23 to October 8, 2017.
The work includes many different mediums such as acrylic and oil paint on canvas, mixed media and collage on panel, photography, drawings and other works on paper. The culmination of specifically selected portraits will be assembled in an installation depicting the American Flag while others are grouped together to celebrate the diversity of our country.