This has been a challenging six months. Happily, I suffer from endless optimism and used this time in lonely but rich and delightful studio experiences. CLICK HERE TO SEE PROGRESS Many of my shows for 2020 have been rescheduled. Here are the highlights:
Interpreting the Natural: Contemporary Visions of Scholars' Rocks
@ The Korean Cultural Center in New York City, October 21st
to November 30th.
Donna Dodson has curated an impressive collection of contemporary artists whose work responds to the ancient Asian tradition of collecting and displaying stones. The exhibition presents Ms. Dodson's selections in conversation with the stones of renown collectors Kemin Hu, one of the foremost experts on scholar rocks, or “spirit stones,” and Juneu Kim, a Korean philosopher, author and collector from California. I am one of the ten contemporary artists in the show - from Boston, Hudson Valley, New York City and Korea. I hope you will get a chance to see this exhibit. (Appointments required for social distance.) See Curator Dodson's website for the show and individual videos of the artists.
MY NEW WORK IN SHOW:
19 members of our 30 plus membership will exhibit work. It looks to be an exceptional show. Please see the gallery website for images or contact me for a guided socially distant tour.
This piece will grace the entry:
Triplets, 2018 wood, ceramic 46 h x 24 x 24”
If in Anchorage? See my work at Georgia Blue Gallery. Please call for an appointment, 907-563-2787, or visit their website to view work online, http://georgiabluegallery.com.
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