Here are some photos from the SEED exhibit that opened this past Friday along with some of my thoughts on the show and the creative process I went through. The show is up till the end of the month, so please stop by and check it out if you haven’t. I’m very happy with the way it came together.
Also, on the horizon:
• A PRIDE TOLERANCE DIVERSITY CELEBRATION benefit show at SEED for AIDS Care Service and Adam Foundation in October along with
• a SEED float in the PRIDE 2011 Festival and Parade as part of our community outreach program,
• an October Pumpkin SEEDs show at the Foothills Arts Council, and
• possible skateboard deck show at Liberty Tattoo in the fall.
Tally-Ho! (Read on for my artist statement comments on the TimeStretching show.)
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Stop by Friday for a drink and some cool art, folks! I’ll post some more sneak peek pics later this week. This part is the fun but hectic part!
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Two recent pieces of mine will be showing in the Appalachian Alumni in the Arts exhibit opening this Friday, February the 4th. The exhibit will be up until Saturday, June 4, in the main gallery. My quilt, “Dissection of Eve” will be one of my pieces on display, and if you haven’t seen it in person, as with any fabric work, it’s the only way to really see all the detail and textures. So, please stop by and check it out if you happen to be in the neighborhood. Or, better yet, if you want an excuse for a nice road-trip to the Blue Ridge. The gallery is open late on Fridays (till 8pm) and the exhibit includes 72 artists and 98 works of art so there will be lots to take in.
My finished paintings for the exhibit: Fools Rush In: Elvis, Art and Other Calamities. The show opens at Urban Artware, 207 W 6th St on Friday January 7th during the gallery hop, 7 to 10, and it runs through the end of January. The show celebrates the king’s birthday with work from local artists as well as participating artists from other areas like Charlotte and Hickory and even as far away as Detroit. Put on your blue suede shows and head on down to check it out!
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