I’m super excited to announce two group exhibitions I’ll be taking part in right here in Chicago! And they’re even on my birthday weekend!
The first one, with the theme Process, will open on Friday, July 10, 6:30-9:30pm, at the Hairpin Arts Center. The exhibition will include the paintings of Jay Zerbe, wood sculptures of Celia Greiner and color photography of yours truly.
I’m definitely looking forward to seeing how our work complements each other. I have no doubt curators Emily Rutledge, an exceptional encaustic painter, and sculptor/painter Alicia Forestall-Boehm put together an amazing show!
This is the first time I’ll be exhibiting such a large amount of color work, 8 images total, with much from last year’s trip to Paris along with a couple from Chicago and one from Los Angeles.
Hopefully you can stop by to see this multi-media show, have some cocktails and visit.
The second opening is the following night, July 11, from 6-8pm at Best Chicago Properties. With the theme Pushed, Pulled, Shaped: work that reflects the artists’ spirit and environment.
This time I have the pleasure of exhibiting with encaustic painter Emily Rutledge, whose work is very raw and urban. As well as Mary Zeran, whose work is so graphic, abstract and bold. I can’t wait to see it in person! I’ll be sharing 10 small color images reflecting Chicago’s unique urban environment.
Hope to see you at this opening as well!
I’m unbelievably excited to see all the other artist’s work in person! Seeing it online is one thing, but being able to see the depth of the paintings and the three-dimensional form of the sculptures is so much more gratifying. I think it’s the only way to get a full appreciation for the time and effort all artists put into their work.
See you there!