Village West Gallery: Wherefore Art
I am happy to participating in a group show titled "Wherefore Art", at the Village West Gallery in Jersey City. The show runs from February 25 to May 5th, with a reception on Thursday, March 7 from 6 - 9 pm. The gallery is located at 331 Newark Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07302; their website has complete directions from NYC.
Please join me for this interesting show inspired by the works of William Shakespeare.
I will also be taking part in the Jersey City Art Fair 14C, which will be held March 15–17, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel on the Jersey City waterfront. It's an easy ride on PATH to Exchange Place. My work will be in both the Juried Show and in the Village West Gallery Room; please stop by, and be sure to visit all the other exhibitors.
Looking forward to seeing you all -
Ancien Régime: the pre-revolutionary world
Curated by Robinson Holloway, Ancien Régime: the pre-revolutionary world explores society before a revolution, and the forces that swell before bursting.
The original term ancien régime refers to France prior to 1789, but our own world feels ripe for revolution, and the artist's place is at the forefront, working to change the world.
Please join us for the opening reception on Friday, October 5th, from 6 to 9 pm. The exhibit will also be open for the Jersey City Art & Studio Tour on Saturday, October 6 from noon-7pm, and Sunday October 7 from noon-6pm.
For more information, please visit www.villagewestgallery.com/index.html
Grant Award from artistgrant.org
It is a pleasure to announce that my work received the first award from this new and inspired organization. As a team of individuals from creative backgrounds, they have come together to give recognition to individual artists by means of a quarterly grant.
I am truly thankful to their organization and look forward to seeing the future recipients' work.
Grant award from working artist.org
I am honored to receive a grant from www.workingartist.org, and am grateful to have their support and enthusiasm. This organization has provided grants to many deserving artists, giving each an opportunity to pursue projects and ideas that otherwise may not be possible.
Many, many thanks to working artist.org!
Queens Chronicle: Thaw Exhibit, curated by Jill Conner