77ART Artist Residency

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I am pleased to announce that I am one of 13 artists selected to participate in the 77ART Artist Residency in Rutland, Vermont this August. I am excited to have this month to create in a new space. Stay tuned!

Read more about the residency here.

Work featured in "Furies, Fairies, Visionaries" at Pen + Brush Gallery, NYC

Curatorial Statement by Alice Gray Stites:     Furies, Fairies, Visionaries  features works by thirty artists utilizing the visual languages of both fantasy and abstraction to claim and create space. Addressing gender, age, and sexuality; the evolution of urban and natural environments; the impact of technology, and more, these artists articulate profound, incisive, perspectives on current issues and conditions. Inspired by personal experiences, popular culture, concerns about climate change and socio-political inequities, as well as by formal and philosophical explorations of the nature of space and perception, these works demonstrate the vital need for women’s visions and voices to be seen and heard. Whether navigating interior, imaginative realms or exterior, physical reality, women artists are taking and making more space in the struggle to create a more inclusive, equitable world.

Curatorial Statement by Alice Gray Stites: Furies, Fairies, Visionaries features works by thirty artists utilizing the visual languages of both fantasy and abstraction to claim and create space. Addressing gender, age, and sexuality; the evolution of urban and natural environments; the impact of technology, and more, these artists articulate profound, incisive, perspectives on current issues and conditions. Inspired by personal experiences, popular culture, concerns about climate change and socio-political inequities, as well as by formal and philosophical explorations of the nature of space and perception, these works demonstrate the vital need for women’s visions and voices to be seen and heard. Whether navigating interior, imaginative realms or exterior, physical reality, women artists are taking and making more space in the struggle to create a more inclusive, equitable world.

New work in "scaled UP" at Deanna Evans Projects

“ Deanna Evans Projects  is excited to announce  scaled UP.  In response to the previous exhibition , SCALE,  which focused solely on small-scale works,  scaled UP  features only large-scale pieces for the very first time in the space. The overall aim is to question how work should be installed and what an apartment gallery can show.  This show takes full advantage of every inch of wall space, even some ceiling space, which encourages the viewer to be fully immersed in the exhibition. Placing large-scale works in a small domestic space leads to conflict of understanding. Is this a commercial space? Private space? Or the ever-expanding hybrid space? Overall, this exhibition is designed to throw out some of the unwritten rules related to what can be shown in small space and what is considered a gallery.”

Deanna Evans Projects is excited to announce scaled UP. In response to the previous exhibition, SCALE, which focused solely on small-scale works, scaled UP features only large-scale pieces for the very first time in the space. The overall aim is to question how work should be installed and what an apartment gallery can show.

This show takes full advantage of every inch of wall space, even some ceiling space, which encourages the viewer to be fully immersed in the exhibition. Placing large-scale works in a small domestic space leads to conflict of understanding. Is this a commercial space? Private space? Or the ever-expanding hybrid space? Overall, this exhibition is designed to throw out some of the unwritten rules related to what can be shown in small space and what is considered a gallery.”

Solo Show at Corridor Gallery

CONNECT... curated by Oshun Layne opened at Corridor Gallery of Rush Arts Philanthropic on January 21st, 2018. This was my first solo show in Brooklyn. Thank you to all who came out!