Excited to be showing sculptures, installations, paintings and new work at Ryan James Fine Arts Kirkland for the month of July. Don't miss the reception, I'll have a special installation for the event.
July 11, 2019
Ryan James Fine Arts
11905 124th Ave ne Kirkland 98034
Work from my series Futile Gestures and Fragile Optimism is now showing at Ryan James Belltown. The show will be up for through the month of June with a grand opening on June 28th.
Ryan James Fine Arts is opening a second location in Belltown and I will be showing new work for the month of May. You can find the gallery exhibition schedule here. I will update soon with more info.
Now showing new and not so new work in Rogue Nellie, an alumni exhibition at Cornish College of the Arts.
Thursday, September 14 at 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM PDT
The show will be up through November 25
Cornish College of the Arts
1000 Lenora St, Seattle, Washington 98121
Here is the awesome video, created by Sean McNally and shot by Brigitte d'Autremont and Taylor Hollowell for our Ephemeral Dialogs project: This is for (you).
Collaboration Members include:
Catalog Release Party & Artist Led Exhibition Tours
Thursday, October 16, 5-9pm
CoCA Georgetown Gallery
5701 6th Ave S | Seattle Design Center, Suite P258 | 98108
Always free admission and parking - See more at: http://cocaseattle.org/exhibitions/current/whoareyou/#sthash.KkZhtHRG.dpuf
Sorry for the interruptions in posting, school has started again and this year I am a Junior at Cornish College of the Arts. So needless to say I have been very busy! I still hope to share what I'm working on and plan on writing more.
Our first project of the semester is a collaboration and we have a tumblr page for our group if your interested in what we are doing it is located at:
Here are the two paintings I've done for the project.
I have a painting in the upcoming CoCA Members' Show.
The opening reception is Thursday, September 18th, 5-9pm and the exhibit continues through November 7 with additional events.
Below are more details from CoCA's website.
Who Are You?
As of last spring, I've taken up printmaking (a process I've always wanted to learn). Here is my first woodblock.
I find that I am completely infatuated with the process of woodblock printing.