... constantly working out the details...

... constantly working out the details...

Saturday, September 12, 2009

New work installed at Arlington arts center

Here are some images of this work installed at the Arlington Arts
Center in Arlington VA. This show runs through Nov 7 2009.

Sunday, September 06, 2009

Fall Events

Good afternoon everyone,

I hope your summer has been pleasant. This is the fall update for things I am involved with.

Things went very well with the residency at the Jackson county Green Energy Park. The work that I made there will be At Arlington Art Center As a part of their fall solo exhibitions. The opening for this is Friday sept 11 from 6 -9 pm. I am particularly excited because the solos this fall are almost all sculpture, If you live in DC and are a fan of that type of thing I highly reccomend checking it out.


Also in DC, I will have work in the 6th Transformer benefit auction, November 7 2009 at the Mexican Cultural Institute. Details are still developing on this one, but it sounds like fun.

In Baltimore, Two pieces are on display as a part of the exhibition Hunter Gatherer. August 24 through September 25, 2009: Hunter Gatherer. The Galleries at CCBC, Catonsville. Hunter Gatherer features works made by foraging, stalking or collecting discarded materials. Like urban manifestations of the mythical "noble savage," these artists combine elemental processes with contemporary skills and concepts. Reception: Friday, September 25 from 6 to 8 pm. Curators, Paul Glasgow and Sarada Conaway.

Lastly if you are in NY, I will have a few pieces in the exhibit Ferrous Bloom, the Nature of Iron. Curated by coral lambert, It will be in the Fosdick Nelson Gallery as a part of Alfred University Meltdown Casting Symposium.

October 30 – December 2
Opening reception: Friday, October 30th, 7-9 PM:

Christian Benefiel, Laurence Edwards, Andy Griffiths, Ginny Hutchinson, Marjee Levine, Carolyn Ottmers, Vaughn Randall
Curated by Coral Lambert


Ok great, hope to see you all soon.


I am teaching a drawing class at Montgomery college this fall. For
those that know me you know that this is what I have wanted to do for
a good portion of my life. There is a lot of HR bullshit going on, but
I guess that that is the nature of the beast.