I’m pleased to have a print exhibited at the Print Club of Rochester’s International exhibition: Stillness, Movement, Chaos
This print is currently on display at Alberta Printmakers as part of their 30th anniversary. The overall portfolio is excellent and worth a look. Check it out if you are in YYC!
I’ve reworked a series of silkscreen prints from last year. Here are a couple of them:
The 37th Bradley Print and Drawing International opened this past week. This exhibition of prints and drawings is spread across 7 different venues in Peoria, Illinois. My print can be found at the Peoria Art Guild until April 12th. The shipping was a true ordeal for this one – my print was shipped to the wrong gallery in a different state and the shipping company couldn’t sort out where it was (even though I gave them the exact address…). I ended up having to pay a different company to pick it up. But it’s there!
I have work in the Southern Printmaking Biennale VIII at the University of North Georgia this month.
The same print has also made its way to Hawaii for the 2018 Pacific States Biennial North American Print Biennial in Hilo. My print will be on display at the East Hawaii Cultural Centre through November (and then the UH Hilo Library until the end of the year).
My first print of 2018 is a silkscreen produced for the Going to Ground portfolio at SGCI 2018. Looking forward to the upcoming conference!
The amazing SNAP print studio in Edmonton, Alberta, created a new Print Patron fundraising level this past year and commissioned me to create a print for the donors. The print sold out before I even finished printing it back in November so its no longer available but you can check it out below and stay tuned for next year’s fundraising print.
Excited to have my work exhibited for Fresh Ink at Wonderfair during Lawrence Print Week (October 16th – 21st). The show was juried by Jeffrey Dell, an amazing silkscreen artist whose work I greatly admire. The show is up until November 5th and features an excellent lineup of contemporary printmakers. Check it out if you happen to be in Lawrence, Kansas.