Wave Hill exhibition

Wave Hill exhibition
“Winter Workspace Artists: Returning to the Source”
Exhibition Dates: January 19, 2019 through March 29, 2019
Opening Reception: Sunday, January 19; 2:30 – 4:00 PM

Wave Hill chose originality and diversity of artistic approach to frame Returning to the Source. Now a decade old, the Winter Workspace program is known for bold experimentation and for artists forging novel connections to nature. Reconnecting with former artists for the exhibition was exciting and meaningful. Bringing the artworks together now underscores the breadth of exploration that happens here. On view is an incredible range of media, including animation, video, performance, works on paper, sculpture, textiles, painting and mixed media.

Exhibiting artists are Whitney Artell, Michele Brody, Sindy Butz, Julian Chams, Elisabeth Condon, Dennis RedMoon Darkeem, Francisco Donoso, Dahlia Elsayed, Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful Espéjo, Gwen Fabricant, Beatrice Glow, Sabrina Gschwandtner, Asuka Hishiki, Elizabeth Hoy, Nova Jiang, Yeon Jin Kim, Tamara Kostianovsky, Jessica Lagunas, Nick Lamia, Amy Lincoln, Robin Love, Next Epoch Seed Library (Anne Percoco & Ellie Irons), Paloma McGregor, Naomi Reis, Yelaine Rodriguez, Jessica Rohrer, Linda Stillman, Austin Thomas, Michael Kelly Williams and Ezra Wube.

Location: Wave Hill House
675 West 252nd Street
Bronx, NY 10471

Title: Hillsdale Sampler (Verbena-Angelonia)
Date: 2019
Medium: flower stains, graphite & ink on paper
Dimensions: 12.5 x 9.5 inches

The "Hillsdale" show

The "Hillsdale" show
I am pleased to have new nature based work on view at LABspace Gallery in a show with the work of some other Hillsdale, NY artists. If you are in the area please join us for the opening this Sunday or come to the Open Studios the following Sunday.
The “Hillsdale” Show
Curators: Julie Torres and Ellen Letcher
LABspace Gallery
2642 NY Route 23
Hillsdale, NY 12529
Exhibition on view: Nov. 3-Dec. 1, 2019
Hours: Sat. & Sun., 1-5, and by appointment, through Thanksgiving weekend
Opening reception: Sun., Nov. 3rd, 3-5 pm 
Open studios: Sun., Nov. 10, 1-5 pm; please email me for my studio address
Participating Artists: Joan Grubin; Linda Stillman; Guy Walker; Jennifer Johnson; Erick Johnson; Martha Bone; Leah Guadagnoli; Peter Bradley Cohen; Kara Smith; Liz Sample

Islip Art Museum exhibition

Islip Art Museum exhibition
“A Book About Death" Global Art Project Returns to New York 10 Years After
The 10 Year Anniversary Edition of A Book About Death – The Last Waltz is an international mail art project that brings artists together in the continuing exploration of the single most unifying human experience that we all share – death. This “edition” celebrates the 10 Year Anniversary of the original show in NYC and the birth of the ABAD Project. 
Curator: LuAnn T. Palazzo
Exhibition: September 14 - November 2
50 Irish Lane
East Islip, NY 11730

This show includes postcard reproductions of my work “Elms for Ray.”

A set of this new 10th Anniversary Exhibition is headed to the permanent collections of 10 institutions around the world including MoMA in NY. 

Artists Talk

Artists Talk
In conjunction with the exhibition “Green Inspiration,” Davis Gregory Art will present an informal conversation between five artists whose work is featured at the Mason Library in Great Barrington.  The panel will include Morgan Bulkeley, Phillip Knoll, KK Kozik, Linda Stillman, and Geoffrey Young, as moderator.

Wednesday, August 21, 5-7pm, Mason Library, Great Barrington, MA

"Green Inspiration"

"Green Inspiration"
The exhibition “Green Inspiration” includes some of my botanical works on paper like this one, “Green Sampler.”
The show is curated by Hope Davis & Sharon Gregory of Davis Gregory Art.
Mason Library, 231 Main Street, Great Barrington, MA
August 11– October 15 , 2019
with fellow artists Stephanie Anderson, Scott Brodie, Morgan Bulkeley, Susan Crofut, Stella Elliston, Margot Glass, Joan Griswold, Pat Hogan, Philip Knoll, KK Kozik, Hideyo Okamura, Elizabeth Orenstein, Susan Pettee, Alexander Ross, Gabrielle Senza, Dee Shapiro, Julie Shapiro & Geoffrey Young.  

Net proceeds of sales will benefit Great Barrington Libraries and Berkshire Grown, an organization supporting and promoting local agriculture.

I will be on the panel for the Artists talk on Wednesday, August 21, from 5-7 pm.