I have been significantly busy in the past few months. Numerous shows are coming up, but I figured I would tell you about two that I am in currently. In NYC, in Brooklyn, I have three works being shown at Wayfarers Gallery. You can check them out here. The show is called Ransom, and there is a great true story constructed of 350 words created by artists. A catalogue is coming out in the near future, so I will share photos when that happens. In the meantime, if you happen to be in the area, stop by.
The other show that I have the privilege of being in is called Under the Influence and is currently on view at the RISD Museum. I have a work in the show entitled InSite. Check it out below. The show is up til mid December.
Wednesday, September 4, 2013
It was a highlight of last semesters Spring session to be invited to participate in RISD's RISDiversity, A Community Narratives Project which highlights exceptional students, faculty and staff on campus. I was very fortunate to be included in this incredible session and had the honor of being photographed by Adam Mastoon. Even better was being able to pose with García Sinclair. It was all such a truly wonderful experience!
Thursday, August 22, 2013
I just got wind of the Wooster Collective, located in NYC who are just celebrating their first 10 years (actually a bit more, but 10 officially) and they have linked up with urban artists such as Shepard Fairy, Buff Monster, Daleast and more. The show is up until August 24th, and I likely won't make it, but at the very least this collective is now officially on my radar! I am inspired and excited about their work.
Check it all out here...
Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Why, How, What!!!
Listen to this quick Ted talk by Simon Sinek about how innovators think from the inside out. This is a remarkable lecture about inspiration and affect through communication. People don't buy what you do, they buy why you do it! A real eye opening talk, one that made me really think about how I put work into the world. Enjoy
Monday, August 19, 2013
Looking forward to going to see James Turrell's "Aten Reign". Just released is a video about the lighting process that was behind this enormous installation.
Click the link below to see this behind the scenes look at Turrell's newest work.
Monday, July 22, 2013
After a semester of fighting with a wordpress template and then walking away from the interface entirely, I have decided to go with a new format and after a month and a half of image gathering, fine tuning, and learning ( & relearning) I am pleased to present to you my new website! It will be updated regularly with new works. I am so excited to have finally figured all this out!
So many times in our busy lives we move from one thing to the next so quickly without stopping to smell the roses, especially in this dawn of technological breakthrough. In 3 minutes, you can check email, text a friend, update your status and write on your blog, all while waiting for the light to change so you can cross the street.
I would like to remind you to make time to acknowledge the people who got you where you are. It didn't happen magically, we didn't just arrive at a place, we were brought their through community, through generosity, belief, support and above all LOVE.
So today I salute a professor of mine whom I had the great opportunity and privilege to learn from. He is a masterful painter, he can draw superbly and is above all a sterling individual.