The ninth annual juried exhibition exploring what a book can be will be held at Artistree Gallery in South Pomfret, VT This is presented in conjunction with the Woodstock Bookstock Festival. I am proud to have one of my artist books, “Japan Street Art”, accepted to this exhibit. The opening reception will be 5:30-7:00 on Friday July 26th.
Paper Jam is a month-long show and series of events at the Great Falls Discovery Center in Turners Falls, MA inspired by paper and the local paper-making industry. These events represent a partnership between the arts performance group Exploded View, The Great Falls Discovery Center and Montague's cultural development initiative. I will have my Korean Joomchi piece on display. The opening reception is on the 9the from 2-4pm.
The 10th annual exhibition of illustrated accordion books will be held at the Kalamazoo Book Arts Center. I have one artist book called "Inspiration in Santa Fe" that will be on exhibit.
"Celebrate!" is the third in a series of satellite art exhibits Orchestrated by Abecedarian Gallery. It will be on view at libraries and Universities in Denver, CO. This juried exhibition is International in scope and will celebrate aspects of food, dance and music. My accepted submission is an altered book called "Music in Words". I am thrilled to be accepted and to share my artist book in the exhibition.
The broad theme of "UNBOUND VOL. VI" encompasses all of the possibilities of what we may think or may not think a "book" is. Is it story? An entry to another world? An exploration? What does it indicate? This juried show looks to explore this idea of "the book" and all the ways artists use that format as a stepping-off point or as material to explore new ideas.
My artist book called "After the Flood" is an accepted work in Unbound V showing in South Promfret, Vermont
The show is in conjunction with the Bookstock Literary Festival in Woodstock, VT
Unbound Visual Arts, Inc., the new 501(c)(3) non profit educational and charitable corporation, based in Allston-Brighton to enliven the creative economy for artists and art supporters, is very pleased to announce the opening of Song Cycles at the Honan-Allston Library Art Gallery. The curated exhibition features a wide variety of music inspired art by seventeen Unbound Visual Arts member artists.
I have two of my pieces in this show on display.