Tuesday, January 25, 2011
I was just notified that my piece, "Beauty School Dropout" has been given the Juror's award in the show "Women: Relationship and Identity" Women: Relationship and Identity is a fine art exhibition juried by Rachel Epp Buller, and a visual conversation about the role relationships play in the identity of women.
Whether implicit, explicit, self-imposed or from a Western sociologic construct, women are generally regarded as the more relational gender. Participating artists examine the various relationships women share, the ways those relationships contribute to their own sense of identity and the impact they have on other’s perceptions – ultimately leading to a broader understanding of the role and identity of women.
Amy Anderson (Minneapolis, MN)
Paige Crosland Anderson (Provo, UT)
Megan Brigham (Atlanta, GA)
Polly Gaillard (Greenville, SC)
Emily Isenberg (Minneapolis, MN)
Danielle Rene’ Khoury (Fort Worth, TX)
KimyiBo (Minneapolis, MN)
Jasmine King (Minneapolis, MN)
Cassie Rose Kobeski (Dunmore, PA)
Danielle T. Kutscheid (Minneapolis, MN)
Amy MacLennan (Germantown Hills, PA)
Noelle McCleaf (Minneapolis, MN)
Elizabeth Lundberg Morisette (Fort Collins, CO)
Rachel Orman (Minneapolis, MN)
Carol Radsprecher (Brooklyn, NY)
Sarah Rust Sampedro (Minneapolis, MN)
For more information, please visit: http://www.homewoodstudios.com/shows/women-relationship-identity.html
Thursday, January 13, 2011
Arizona State University, with the Bragg's Pie Factory, announces an all-media juried exhibition to be held Feb 4-25, 2011. Dangerous and Hard to See is a juried exhibition intercepting the conventions of gallery exhibition. Most often, the platitudes of traditional display are unwittingly heeded if not willfully ignored. This exhibition confronts gallery standards through humorous and/or critical execution. Desired works address traditional modes of presentation and function as institutional critique. Artists may choose to intervene through wall labels, lighting, viewer interface, scale, materiality, etc.
I am pleased to say, this piece, "This Side Toward Screen" will be included in this exhibit. If you live in or near Phoenix, check it out.
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
This piece CHOKING HAZARD was awarded the People's Choice prize at the Fiber Art show at Art Matters Gallery in Salida, Colorado. The show ran during December and I just received my prize in the mail. Thanks everyone! The piece is now on its way to Truman State University to be in an exhibit called "4 REAL 4 FAUX - Animating the Vernacular". Should be a great show.