Monday, April 23, 2012

2012 Represent Brooklyn show opens this weekend

Spring has definitely sprung and much needed rain has finally arrived to soak the Northeast.  Trees aren't the only things growing in Brooklyn -- we're also popping at the seams with great art!

I'm pleased to be included in this year's Represent Brooklyn exhibition at The Rising Arts Gallery in Brooklyn.  My painting Long I thought that knowledge alone would suffice me, a part of my short series of works inspired by Walt Whitman's Calamus poems, will be included alongside the works of some 36 Brooklyn Artists.
A20100323 - "Calamus II"
The opening reception is happening this Saturday, April 28 from 3pm to 8pm.

There will also be a closing reception on Saturday, May 19, also from 3pm to 8pm.

The Rising Arts Gallery is located at 35 Claver Place (#1) in Brooklyn, and is easily accessible by the C and G subway lines.  Complete directions to the Gallery can be found on their website.

I hope you can all make it!

Sunday, April 01, 2012

And ... a few shots from last week's Uncensored show

The Leslie-Loman museum's brief special exhibit "Uncensored: Queer Art and the Church" was a smashing success! Or, at least, people were smashing into the gallery space...

Here are a few photos of my piece in situ (warning: some of the surrounding art is for mature audiences!).


A few photos from BAG's Spring Salon show

The Brooklyn Artists Gym Spring Salon happened last night. The show looks great! Many of the artists were on hand to talk about their work. The show is up in the BAG gallery through April 16.

I took a few photos:
My new piece, "Reach."
A lovely polyptych by Ann Williams.
a set by Heidi Yockey

And a lot of other cool stuff: