I am so deeply honored to be invited to participate in the MENTOR: 40 Photographers / 40 Years exhibition at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art this summer. To be one of 40 people selected from the Maine Media Workshops incredible history fills my heart with pride and joy. Thanks for Brenton Hamilton and Bruce Brown, I’ll get to be surrounded by the work of some of my dearest friends, as well as greatest heros. Plus, I can actually attend the reception! If you are up in Maine at the end of the summer, check it out! I’ll post up …
There’s just a few days left to see the Spinning Yarns exhibition at Photo Center NW in Seattle! They did an amazing job installing the show and I hope you will let me know if you see it.
I’m so pleased to be showing a photograph (Laura and Donkey, seen above) at the second annual Louisiana Purchase Exhibition, juried by Dr. Paul Manoguerra. The brainchild of the amazing Jes Schrom, my former colleague, this show has special importance because I installed the original exhibition two years ago. It is a nice little full-circle homecoming. Thanks Jes for the hard work and to Joey and the Grads for the installation… I know it is a tough job!
I’m proud to be included in an exhibition alongside Frank Hamrick, Luther Smith and Chad Smith at the University of Arkansas, Little Rock. Each of us has such different perspectives on photographing landscapes, from traditional to analytical to downright playful! Thanks Brad Cushman for making this happen!
I just got done hanging an exhibition of brand new work at the Bry Gallery in Monroe, Louisiana. The images are a part of a new series that focuses on investigations on the subject of time and how we experience, record and imagine it. I’m really happy with the photographs, many of which are the largest finished works I have ever put on display. The work is on display with Jes Schrom’s amazing piece Reconstructive Memory, a work I have been wanting to see in person since I met her years ago. The show will be up from January 17 …
I’m very pleased to be selected for the exhibition Looking Forward: Ten Artists to Watch at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art. Working with them has been a pleasure and I hope that anyone of you in that area can make some time to stop by and have a look. The show will be open from November 10 until December 3, with an opening reception on November 10th that coincides with their downtown art crawl. LACDA also have some other shows coming up that you may want to be a part of, such as the Snap-to-Grid (un)Juried Competition.
Awarded a second place distinction at the International Juried Competition at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art by jurors Peter Frank, Curator: Riverside Art Museum and Rex Bruce, Artist, Curator, Director: L.A. Center for Digital Art.
Work selected by juror Thomas Allen to appear in the Noir group exhibition at the New Orleans Photo Alliance Gallery
Work selected to appear in the 1st Annual Juried Exhibition at the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography by juror Nancy Barr, Associate Curator, Department of Prints, Drawings and Photographs – Detroit Institute of Arts. I wish I could be up there to enjoy the show. Thanks for including me!
I was originally going to say that Tuesday doesn’t like art. This is because I wanted to visit the Contemporary Art Center, but they were closed, as was the Ogden Museum. However, I made the short walk over to Julia Street and visited the galleries there, and to my pleasant surprise, it turns out that Tuesday does love art. There wasn’t really any photography, which in some ways was enjoyable. For one, we are in the midst of our academic quarter, and it is always on my mind, and for another, I am too quick to judge photography, and have …