Thankful to have had a piece from my Our Shared Language Is Silence series selected in this juried exhibition People and The Planet at the Touchstone Gallery in Washington, D.C. The gallery also provided a virtual walkthrough exhibition, and below are a few screenshots from that while the online gallery is still available. It can be viewed HERE until September 30, 2023.
Unfortunately, i did not have the opportunity to visit the Vermont Center for Photography during the duration of the juried exhibit The Art of Handmade, in which my work Deep Time a handmade Chromoskedasic sabattier photograph was part of. However, the executive director was kind enough to send images from opening night of the show, and upon receipt of my work and exhibition
Working on a new series in collaboration with lithic, deep-time agents - spanning eons and eras. More to come as this series progresses, but very excited for the stories I hope to transmute through their traces
Grateful to be part of the first annual Critical Forum Artists Alumni Show presented at the Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy, NY. This follows a year of review as part of the Critical Forum program for selected artists in the Capital District of New York State and is sponsored by NYS Council on The Arts. The Critical Forum is
I had the pleasure and privilege to moderate one of the Virtual Studio Chats offered by the Hyde Colletction in Glens Falls NY as part of my time on the Innovators Council. The theme was "A Closer Look at Life" and featured two artists ; Cortney Gusick, Founder, Pāhiki Eco-Caskets and Yana Hammond, Medical Illustrator + Art Director, The ATLAS Program. This