Jim Kempner Fine Art
Mar
12
to Jan 1

Jim Kempner Fine Art

You can now find my work at Jim Kempner Fine Art in Chelsea, New York, NY.

Gallery Hours are Tuesdays - Saturdays, 10am - 6pm, and Sundays, 12pm-5pm. All inquiries, please contact Sarah Browne, Gallery Director, at info@jimkempner.com or 212-206-6872.

About the gallery

Jim Kempner Fine Art specializes in contemporary paintings, sculpture, photography, and works on paper, with a special emphasis on contemporary master prints and outdoor sculpture.

Located in the heart of Chelsea, the gallery’s three story modernist-inspired structure designed by architects Smith & Thompson boasts one of the few outdoor sculpture gardens in New York City, and is included in a number of books about contemporary architecture. Their inventory includes work by Donald Baechler, John Baldessari, Louise Bourgeois, Christo, Chuck Close, Richard Diebenkorn, Jim Dine, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Spencer Finch, Jane Hammond, David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin, Jasper Johns, Deborah Kass, Alex Katz, Ellsworth Kelly, William Kentridge, Jeff Koons, Robert Mangold, Robert Motherwell (Jim Kempner Fine Art represents the Dedalus Foundation, Robert Motherwell’s print archive, in New York), Sol Lewitt, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Longo, Elizabeth Peyton, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist, Ed Ruscha, Paula Scher, Sean Scully, Frank Stella, Donald Sultan, Wayne Thiebaud, Andy Warhol and others.

Among the contemporary artists whose work they represent are Robert Attanasio, Christopher Beane, Stanley Casselman, Long Bin Chen, Eduardo del Valle and Mirta Gómez, Rinaldo Frattolillo, Gianfranco Gorgoni, John Grande, John Henry, Charlie Hewitt, Jay Kelly, Nora Ligorano and Marshall Reese, Jerry Mischak, David Mitchell, Craig Norton, Greg Parker, Robert Petersen, Randy Regier, Tom Slaughter, Pal Svensson and Boaz Vaadia.

Formerly a private dealer, Jim Kempner opened his gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, at its present location in the fall of 1997. He has published prints by Rinaldo Frattolillo, Charlie Hewitt, Robert Indiana, Paula Scher, Bernar Venet, in addition to Gianfranco Gorgoni’s photographs of Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty. Other publications include Ligorano/Reese’s Line Up portfolio, Untitled 2001 silkscreen, and the DEMOCRACYlightbox, made in collaboration with gallery director Dru Arstark, under the name Madness of Art Editions. Additionally, he has published his first editioned print, Apocryphal Now, in 2014.

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Inside-Outside at 3rd Street Gallery
Aug
22
to Sep 22

Inside-Outside at 3rd Street Gallery

3rd Street Gallery presents Inside-Outside, a group exhibition of artists showing work in a variety of media including painting, photography, ceramic, sculpture.

Featured Artists:

Connie Cone & Constance Culpepper, Nicole Patrice Dul & Elaine M. Erne, Nancy Lloyd & Annelies Van Dommelen, Jasmine Alleger & Ed Marion, Rhea & Rob Dennis, Tom Herbert & Howard Brunner, Sharon Egan & Maura Egan, Matthew Hall & Erica Harney, June Blumberg & Jean Plough, Conny Parsons & Keith Sharp, Jacque Ferretti & Gail Zivin, Carol Deustch & Francesca (Paca) Pujols, Judith Schermer & Thalia Hare, Meri L. Adelman & Hannah Coale

Gallery hours: Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday, 12pm - 6pm • Fourth Fridays, 5 - 9pm • By Appointment (267) 768-6691‬

Location: 610 S. 3rd Street, Store Front, Philadelphia, PA 19147

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The 49th Annual Juried Exhibition at the New Britain Museum of American Art
Jun
22
to Jul 14

The 49th Annual Juried Exhibition at the New Britain Museum of American Art

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The 49th Annual Juried Exhibition is the New Britain Museum of American Art’s showcase of contemporary visual arts from the region. The show highlights the exceptional work of emerging artists in all media. This year’s juror is Nicholas Bell, Senior Vice President for Curatorial Affairs at Mystic Seaport Museum, where he oversees collections and research and the Era of Exhibitions initiative. He is formerly the Fleur and Charles Bresler Curator in Charge at the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum and is author of many books on contemporary art, self-taught art, American craft, and material culture. My painting, Snapdragon, will be included in this exhibition.

Gallery Hours are 11AM - 5PM, Thursdays until 8PM.

Opening Reception is Sunday, June 23, 12:30 - 2PM.

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Visual Democracy at Philadelphia City Hall Gallery
May
13
to Jul 12

Visual Democracy at Philadelphia City Hall Gallery

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May 31, 2019 marks the 200th anniversary of Walt Whitman’s birth. To celebrate this occasion Art in City Hall, an initiative of the Philadlephia’s Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy (OACCE), presents Visual Democracy, an exhibition of artwork that uses inspiration from passages in Walt Whitman’s 1892 poem, Song of Myself, to contemplate contemporary social issues. I have one painting in this show.


Whitman at 200: Art and Democracy, a region-wide initiative, is organized by the University of Pennsylvania Libraries with major support from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage. For more information, visit whitmanat200.org.

Opening Reception is May 15, 2019, more details to follow. The exhibition will be on view in Philadelphia City Hall from Mondays through Fridays, 10 am to 4 pm.

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12 Chairs at Jim Kempner Fine Art
May
9
to Jun 10

12 Chairs at Jim Kempner Fine Art

Jim Kempner Fine Art is pleased to present 12 Chairs (May 9th–June 10th) featuring works by Louise Bourgeois, Constance Culpepper, Richard Diebenkorn, Carole Freeman, Frank Gehry, Jerry Mischak, Elizabeth Murray, Bruce Nauman, Ken Price, Dan Rizzie, Tom Slaughter, and Jim Watt. ⁣

Opening reception: Thursday, May 9th 6–8pm⁣
Free and open to the public

Gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 6pm; Sunday 12pm-5pm


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THE 76th Regional Exhibition at the Arnot Art Museum
Mar
15
to Jun 14

THE 76th Regional Exhibition at the Arnot Art Museum

My work is included in the Arnot Art Museum’s 76th Regional Exhibition, held in their West Wing Galleries. The exhibition opening and awards reception is on March 15th at 5:30pm.

Gallery hours are 10AM - 5PM Tuesday through Friday, and 12-5PM on Saturdays.

The Arnot Art Museum is located in Elmira, New York USA. Housed in its original 1833 showcase with a grand late twentieth century gallery addition, the Museum displays its permanent collection of seventeenth to nineteenth century European paintings and nineteenth and twentieth century American art. Temporary exhibitions highlight various aspects of the collections and include works from around the world.

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CFEVA Exhibition at the Felicity R. “Bebe” Benoliel Gallery
Feb
25
to Apr 5

CFEVA Exhibition at the Felicity R. “Bebe” Benoliel Gallery

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I am excited to be included in this show sponsored by The Center for Emerging Visual Artists (CFEVA). This year's exhibition is curated by CFEVA's artistic advisor Mary Salvante.

Opening Reception is February 28 from 5 to 7PM.

ABOUT CFEVA
With a mission to nurture and advance the careers of emerging visual artists while expanding opportunities for the public to discover and connect with art, CFEVA raises the profile of Philadelphia’s professional artists, fosters artistic experimentation and innovation, and showcases how vibrant artistic communities boost civic engagement. Through fellowships, residencies, educational outreach, exhibitions, professional development, and city-wide events, CFEVA provides artists with the tangible resources needed to develop viable and sustainable careers. www.cfeva.org

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The Benefit 2019 at At the Crane Arts Icebox Project Space
Feb
1
to Feb 2

The Benefit 2019 at At the Crane Arts Icebox Project Space

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Inliquid and the Honorary Chairs, Suzanne Perrault and David Rago of Rago Arts and Auction Center, host the 2019 InLiquid Silent Auction and Benefit. This event is not only a fabulous social happening but also a showcase for exceptional contemporary art.

The annual benefit is a major source of funds for InLiquid, a 501(c)(3) non-profit that supports and promotes visual artists while serving as a comprehensive hub and catalyst for Philadelphia’s artist community. As InLiquid’s major fundraiser, the Benefit raises funds so that InLiquid can continue to program exhibitions and installations across the city and in their new InLiquid Gallery to fulfill their mission of promoting their Artists Members and the Philadelphia Visual Art Scene at-large.

This Silent Auction is an Art Invitational featuring 200+ works of contemporary art, design, and craft. The auction will also consist of donated items and gift certificates highlighting the regions best businesses and restaurants, from cutting-edge to the refined.

InLiquid welcomes Rare Co. to this year’s Benefit. Rare Co. will be creating multiple room vignettes in the InLiquid Gallery space with carefully curated selections from their collection of vintage furniture, art, and home accessories. They will be incorporating InLiquid art auction items into these spaces, offering guests the opportunity to see how the art might fit into their own home design. What’s more, each room will be completely shoppable as guests and online bidders will be able to bid on individual items, or even take home the entire room to furnish their space in one shot.

I have a framed collage in this exhibition.

VIP Preview Reception: Friday Evening, February 1, 6-9pm

Young Professional Brunch: Saturday Day, February 2, 11:30am – 2:30pm

Main Event: Saturday Evening, February 2, 6-10pm

Pick-up Party: Sunday, February 3, noon-5 pm

Pick-up your winning bids, or peruse the available works. Can’t make it? Super Bowl Pregaming got you tied up? Other pick-up times will be available.

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2019 Professional Artist Members Exhibition at the Main Line Art Center
Jan
5
to Feb 3

2019 Professional Artist Members Exhibition at the Main Line Art Center

Main Line Art Center is proud to present the 2019 Professional Artist Members Exhibition, on view in the Art Center’s award-winning galleries from January 5 to February 3. The exhibition features paintings, photographs, sculpture, and mixed media artwork by a selection of Main Line Art Center’s 2019 Professional Artist Members cohort. The Professional Artist Membership Program provides a select group of artists with a variety of exhibition, educational, and networking opportunities. The exhibition, includes a variety of media and styles, and opens with a reception on Friday, January 11 from 5:30 – 8 pm.

JUROR

The Juror for the Exhbition is Charlotte Lowrey, Coordinator of Curatorial Initiatives, Philadelphia Museum of Art.


Main Line Art Center is located at 746 Panmure Road in Haverford, PA, offers free parking, and is easily accessible from public transportation.

Gallery Hours
Monday – Thursday: 9 am to 9 pm
Friday – Sunday: 9 am-5 pm
Free and open to the public

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215 | 610 CONTEMPORARY Annual Juried Exhibition at Delaware County Community College
Nov
12
to Dec 21

215 | 610 CONTEMPORARY Annual Juried Exhibition at Delaware County Community College

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Each fall, The Gallery at Delaware County Community College selects an accomplished artist or curator to jury 215 | 610 CONTEMPORARY, an annual juried exhibition showcasing regional emerging artists living in and around the Philadelphia area. The purpose of this juried exhibition is to showcase local emerging contemporary artists, create a platform for critical discourse through an exchange of ideas, and to push the boundaries of an age-old practice. In addition to the exhibition, the Juror will give a lecture about their personal work and practice. The artist lecture is open to the public and funded by the Communications, Arts & Humanities Division at Delaware County Community College.

This year’s juror is Jean Shin. Born in South Korea and raised in the United States, Shin attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and received a BFA in Painting and an MS in Theory, Criticism and History of Art, Design and Architecture from Pratt Institute, New York. Her works have been exhibited at more than 150 museums and cultural institutions, including solo exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia; and the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC.

Jean Shin is nationally recognized for her monumental installations that transform castoff materials into elegant expressions of identity and community. Working in a variety of mediums, she collects vast accumulations of singular objects—prescription pill bottles, sports trophies, sweaters—which she alters into conceptually rich sculptures, videos and site-specific installations. Distinguished by her meticulous, labor intensive process of amassing her materials from various communities, her arresting installations reflect the individuals’ personal lives as well as collective issues that we face as a society.

Her work has been widely exhibited in major national and international museums, including New Museum of Contemporary Art, the Museum of Art and Design, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Asia Society and Museum, The Brooklyn Museum, Sculpture Center, Socrates Sculpture Park, and Frederieke Taylor Gallery in New York City. Site-specific permanent installations have been commissioned by the US General Services Administration Art in Architecture Award, New York City’s Percent for the Arts and MTA Art for Transit. She has received numerous awards, including the New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Architecture/Environmental Structures (2008) and Sculpture (2003), Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, and Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Biennial Art Award. Her works have been featured in several publications, including Frieze Art, Flash Art, Tema Celeste, Art in America, Sculpture Magazine, Artnews, and The New York Times.

Jean Shin currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Learn more about the artist on her website.

Two of my paintings have been selected for this exhibition.

Exhibition Opening Reception: Wednesday, November 28, 4–7PM, with Juror's Talk from 5–6PM

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday | 9AM – 5PM

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All Together Now: Annual Exhibition at 3rd Street Gallery
Oct
3
to Oct 28

All Together Now: Annual Exhibition at 3rd Street Gallery

3rd Street Gallery is pleased to present All Together Now: An Annual Members Exhibition, featuring painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, collage, mixed media, ceramic and fiber art. This group exhibition coincides with Philadelphia Open Studio Tours: POST
2018
, a program of the Center for Emerging Visual Artists and one of the premier open studio tour events in the country. As a Community Partner with POST 2018, 3rd Street Gallery increases awareness of the arts in the wider community and strengthens bonds with fellow artists, local businesses, and neighborhood organizations. I have one large painting in the show.

First Friday, October 5, from 5-9 pm
POST 2018 weekend Saturday October 13, 12-6pm
Artist’s Reception Sunday October 21, 1-4 pm
Regular Gallery Hours: noon-5 pm, Wednesday-Sunday.

About the Philadelphia Open Studio Tours: Each October, the Tours span 20 unique Philadelphia neighborhoods, feature over 300 participants, engage audiences topping 30,000, and literally put Philadelphia’s professional artists “on the map” for locals and tourists alike. As an annual Fall festival of visual art, the Philadelphia Open Studio Tours includes self guided tours of artist studios and related creative workspaces, gallery exhibitions, demonstrations and workshops, artist talks, receptions, and guided tours.

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Achromatic at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy
Oct
1
to Jan 31

Achromatic at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy

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This exhibition highlights the work of 11 female artists from around the country. Conceived in 2016 and debuted in 2017 at Mount Airy Contemporary, this new iteration will consist of additional work by each woman who was invited to create pieces using only the color white. The result is a larger and more robust exhibition that shows a comprehensive body of painting and sculpture currently being made by women in the United States.

Achromatic has been curated by Melissa Maddonni Haims, a Philadelphia-based sculptor and curator and will be on display in the Barbara Crawford Gallery at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy.

Artists’ Reception: October 11, 5-8 PM

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38th Annual Faber Birren Color Award Show at Stamford Art Association
Sep
23
to Oct 25

38th Annual Faber Birren Color Award Show at Stamford Art Association

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This is my second year to participate in this national exhibition, which is devoted exclusively to the use of color. I have one painting included in the show. The juror this year is Lindsay Ganter, administrator in the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Leonard A. Lauder Research Center for Modern Art. Prior to joining the Met, she was a researcher at the Grey Art Gallery. While completing her M.A. at NYU’s Institute of Fine Arts, Lindsay wrote her thesis on James Turrell’s Skyspaces.

Opening Reception is Sunday, September 23 from 4—6pm. Gallery Hours are Thursday and Friday 11am—3pm, and Saturday and Sunday Noon—3pm.

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Celebration of Art and Life 2018 at Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine
Sep
15
to Sep 1

Celebration of Art and Life 2018 at Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine

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I am happy to again be included in Penn Medicine's exhibition at the Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine. This juried art exhibition is dedicated to the memory of Bernett L. Johnson, Jr., M.D., former Chief Medical Officer of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Two of my paintings will be on display.

The exhibition will be on view from September 2018 through September 2019. The Perelman Center is open 24 hours a day. 

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Bridgette Mayer Gallery presents the 2018 Benefit Exhibition for Friends of the Rail Park
Sep
7
to Oct 5

Bridgette Mayer Gallery presents the 2018 Benefit Exhibition for Friends of the Rail Park

The Bridgette Mayer Gallery in partnership with exhibition space host, Arts + Crafts Holdings, is pleased to announce its 7th Benefit Exhibition supporting Friends of the Rail Park, a nonprofit organization that is transforming unused highline railway tracks into vibrant public spaces in Philadelphia.

From September 7th to October 5th, the exhibition will present paintings, photographs, collages, and mixed media from over 200 curated artists working on 10" x 10" or 24" x 24" panels. I have a 10" x 10" painting in the show.

The sponsors for this years exhibition are Arts+Crafts Holdings, Philadelphia Style Magazine, Tierney Communications, CRW Graphics, Artist & Craftsman Supply, Ampersand, Thirteen Street Kitchen, and Stateside Vodka.

Arts + Crafts Holdings is located at 990 Spring Garden Street, Ground Floor, in Philadelphia. Opening Reception is Friday, September 7th from 5 to 9pm.

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2nd Annual Juried Painting Exhibition at the Media Arts Council Gallery
Aug
10
to Sep 1

2nd Annual Juried Painting Exhibition at the Media Arts Council Gallery

The Media Arts Council Gallery presents their 2nd Annual Juried Painting Exhibition.  The theme of this year’s show is Reflection. This year’s juror Robert Straight selected 32 pieces from 20 different artists, with a mix of abstract and realistic pieces. Two of my paintings are included in the show.

For over 45 years Robert Straight has kept an active studio. While his main focus has been painting, Straight is interested in all the visual arts and has recently started experimenting with mixed media projects. Robert has been a professor of art for over 35 years, teaching at Connecticut College, Spellman College and most recently at the University of Delaware. He has had over 34 solo exhibits and has been included in numerous group exhibits. You can see Robert’s work and full bio at www.robertstraight.com.

This exhibition was made possible by the generous sponsorship of Fran and Donna Shields.

Gallery Hours: Friday and Saturday 4 to 7pm, Sunday 12 to 3pm.

Opening Reception: Saturday, August 11th 4:30 to 7:30pm

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Imagine: 13 at 3rd Street Gallery
May
2
to May 27

Imagine: 13 at 3rd Street Gallery

Group show of 13 artists at 3rd Street Gallery in Old City, featuring work by Howard Brunner, Constance Culpepper, Rhea Dennis, Nancy E.F. Halbert, Andrew Hart, Mary Beth Kazanicka, Katherine Kurtz, Jennifer Rodgers, Elynne Rosenfeld, Phyllis Rosenberg, Jim Stewart, Jacqueline Unanue, and Carol Wisker.

I'll be showing new work.

First Friday May 4: 5 to 9pm

Artist Opening Reception Sunday May 6: 1 to 4pm

Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Sunday 12 to 5pm.

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Art Speaks! Lend Your Voice presented by the National Women's Caucus for Art
Feb
22
to Mar 10

Art Speaks! Lend Your Voice presented by the National Women's Caucus for Art

The national Women’s Caucus for Art congratulates the sixty-three artists from across the country whose works were selcted by acclaimed activist and curator Jill Moniz for the ART SPEAKS! Lend Your Voice exhibition at the Arena 1 Gallery in Santa Monica, CA. I am honored to have my work included.

The Opening Reception will be Thursday, February 22 from 5 to 8pm during the 2018 national conference of the Women's Caucas for Art in Los Angeles. There will be a panel discussion and closing reception on Saturday, March 10 from 2 to 4pm in honor of  International Women’s Day.

Juror Jill Moniz holds a doctorate in cultural anthropology from Indiana University. She worked in community engagement at the Museum of Latin American Art before becoming head curator at the California African American Museum. Moniz served as curator to Dr. Leon O Banks, a founding trustee of MOCA, before returning to large-scale exhibitions, notably Work Over School at the Craft and Folk Art Museum and Signifying Form at The Landing Gallery. Dr. Moniz serves as an advisor for community engagement and programming for the Getty Museum, sits on the CALTRANS Public Art Advisory Board, and adjudicates awards for the California Arts Council.

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There's No Place Like Home at the Maryland Federation of Art
Feb
15
to Mar 31

There's No Place Like Home at the Maryland Federation of Art

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Humble or grand, home is where your heart is. Whether you are home alone or with your family, roommates, packmates or swarm, home is more than a habitat – it’s a place you go when you tap your heels together three times. It could be a house, a neighborhood, a schoolyard, a nest, a lair or a hive. It could be your family or friends – or the culture from which you came. But wherever home is and whatever home is, it’s where you want to return to. Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) presents this international exhibition online only in their Curve Gallery, from February 15 through March 31, 2018.

I am pleased to be included in this exhibition juried by Liza Key Strelka, Manager of Exhibitions at The Phillips Collection in Washington, DC. My painting, wedding flowers, received a Juror's Choice Award

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Juror’s Statement    There’s no place like home. A chair. Splintered boards and weathered paint. A sunset. A pier vanishing into the vast ocean. An isolated refuge. A cacophony of color and sound. The mundane and the extraordinary. Rural. Urban. Lines, patterns, light, shadows cast by unassuming household objects. Quiet comfort and reflection.

There were over 280 entries to this exhibition and no two had the same concept of “home.” Tasked with creating a cohesive display from such a wide array of submissions, I selected works that were not only aesthetically beautiful but also pushed boundaries, whether in their subject matter or medium. Each of the 52 works on display represents something specific to the artist, something or someplace only they can know. Across all media, the artists explored and challenged the very definition of “home”, forcing the viewer to reevaluate their preconceived notions of the word.

The varied subject matter, when viewed as a whole in context with all the other artworks, creates a universal picture of the human condition. We all find ourselves in search of a place of belonging, a place of origin, a place to which we aspire, and/or a place to which we will always return. Home isn’t always welcoming or easy to find. It’s not always beautiful or exciting. But it’s home.

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Mid-Atlantic New Painting 2018 at the University of Mary Washington Galleries
Jan
25
to Mar 18

Mid-Atlantic New Painting 2018 at the University of Mary Washington Galleries

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The UMW Galleries are proud to host the eleventh Mid-Atlantic New Painting biennial exhibition in the Ridderhof Martin Gallery. The MANP 2018 juror is Kimberli Gant, McKinnon Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA. Two of my paintings will be on display.

The University of Mary Washington Galleries, comprised of the Ridderhof Martin Gallery and the duPont Gallery, are dedicated to advancing the educational goals of the University through the collection, preservation, exhibition, and interpretation of works of art. The Galleries promote arts education on campus and in the local community.

Opening Reception: Thursday, January 25th 2018, 5-7pm

Gallery Hours

Tues through Friday 10am-4pm
Saturday and Sunday 1-4pm
The Galleries are closed during UMW holidays and breaks.

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Professional Artist Members Exhibition at the Main Line Art Center
Jan
12
to Feb 15

Professional Artist Members Exhibition at the Main Line Art Center

Main Line Art Center is proud to present the work of a selection of Professional Artist Members in their award-winning galleries. The juried exhibition features painters, photographers, sculptors, and mixed media artists from the Greater Philadelphia area. The Professional Artist Membership Program provides a select group of artists with a variety of exhibition, educational, and networking opportunities that enrich and support the artists as well as expose them to collectors, curators, and designers. Visit their Professional Artist Membership page for a listing of Professional Artist Members, images of their artwork, and links to artist websites.

My painting, Opera Glasses, will be included in this exhibition, which opens with a reception on Friday, January 12 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm.

Gallery Hours
Monday – Thursday: 10 am to 8 pm
Friday – Sunday: 10 am to 4 pm
Free and open to the public

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Winter Juried Collection at 3rd Street Gallery
Jan
5
to Jan 28

Winter Juried Collection at 3rd Street Gallery

I'll be showing two paintings in this January exhibition, juried by Luella Tripp, at 3rd Street Galley in the Old City section of Philadelphia.

First Friday Opening Reception: January 5, 5—9pm

Gallery hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 12—5pm

3rd Street Gallery has been in existence since 1978, opening in its first space on the corner of 3rd and Bainbridge in South Philadelphia. As one of the oldest artist-run, fine art galleries in the City it has been home to thousands of Philadelphia artists. The members are a diverse group of artists of all ages and backgrounds. They are multigenerational, have advanced degrees in the arts as well as the sciences, work in diverse media from the traditional to the digital, range from the classically trained to the self-taught and include arts educators, award-winners, and artists whose work is collected by museums as well as by corporate and private collectors. The foremost commitment of 3rd Street Gallery is to extend an awareness of and appreciation for fine art by engaging the public with insightful and challenging creative works.

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Members Exhibition at the Main Line Art Center
Dec
1
to Jan 3

Members Exhibition at the Main Line Art Center

The annual exhibition of the art center's members, which features a range of works from photography, sculpture, painting, printmaking, and ceramics, opens with a State of the Art Center talk from Executive Director and photographer, Amie Potsic, followed by the opening reception on Friday, December 1 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. I have a small painting included in this show.

Gallery Hours
Monday – Thursday: 10 am to 8 pm
Friday – Sunday: 10 am to 4 pm
Free and open to the public

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POST: 7th Annual Group Exhibition at 3rd Street Gallery
Oct
4
to Oct 29

POST: 7th Annual Group Exhibition at 3rd Street Gallery

 

What is POST? Philadelphia Open Studio Tours (POST) is sponsored by The Center for Emerging Visual Artists in Philadelphia, PA. POST offers a behind-the-scenes look at a day in the life of a visual artist. Every October, hundreds of artist studios and community partner venues open their doors to the public.

POST, the largest open studio tours in the region, spotlights the vitality of Philadelphia’s visual arts scene, taking place in over twenty Philadelphia neighborhoods, and underscores the important contributions artists make to the city’s economic and civic life. Great for all ages, this citywide festival features studio visits, hands-on demos, workshops, artist talks, receptions, exhibitions and more—all through an approachable and easy-to-navigate, self-guided tour. 

This group show at 3rd Street Gallery in Old City, Philadelphia will include my work.

First Friday Opening Reception: October 6, 5—9pm

POST Weekend Reception: Sunday October 8, 12—6pm

3rd Street Gallery Artist Reception: Sunday October 22, 12—6pm

Gallery hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 12—5pm.

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Faber Birren National Color Award Show at Stamford Art Association
Sep
24
to Oct 26

Faber Birren National Color Award Show at Stamford Art Association

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In 1980, Faber Birren, world renowned color consultant, author of 27 books on color, endowed the Faber Birren Color Award of $1000 for original and creative expression of color. The Faber Birren Color Award Show has grown from a regional exhibit to one of national scope, encouraging artists in all media. This competition is the only artistic event devoted exclusively to the use of color. This year the Stamford Art Association celebrates its 37th year of the Faber Birren National Color Award Show. I have one painting included.

Juror is Devon Zimmerman, Ph.D. candidate, former Director's Assistant at Pace, Modern and Contemporary Art Department, Research Assistant at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and MoMA.

Opening Reception is  Sunday, September 24 from 4—6pm. 

Gallery Hours are Thursday and Friday 11am—3pm, and Saturday and Sunday Noon—3pm.

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Achromatic at Mount Airy Contemporary
Sep
23
to Oct 28

Achromatic at Mount Airy Contemporary

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My work will be included in this group fiber show at Mount Airy Contemporary, curated by Melissa Maddonni Haims. Mount Airy Contemporary (MAC) is a small artist-run exhibition space in the northwest of Philadelphia. The gallery’s program is focused on connecting artists and artist communities across regional pockets, and to that end most shows are pairings of local Philadelphia artists with artists in other cities. This exhibition, Achromatic, features the work of twelve women whose artwork includes white fibers. The artists selected were asked to create work specifically for this show which utilized shades of white in order to confront the norms associated with the color. See the write up in philly.com.

Opening Reception:  Saturday September 23 from 6pm—9pm

Gallery Hours: Saturdays 1—4 PM and by appointment

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48th Annual River Road Show at the Louisiana State Archives Gallery
Sep
5
to Sep 26

48th Annual River Road Show at the Louisiana State Archives Gallery

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The River Road Show, sponsored by the Art Guild of Louisiana, is currently celebrating its 48th year. It is an annual national juried exhibition. The primary purpose of this exhibition is to showcase artists’ work from across the country. I'm honored to have one painting in this show.

Opening Reception is September 21, 5:30 to 7:30pm.

Gallery hours are Monday — Friday 8am to 4:30pm.

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2017 National Juried Painting Exhibition at The University of Southern Mississippi Museum of Art
Aug
31
to Sep 29

2017 National Juried Painting Exhibition at The University of Southern Mississippi Museum of Art

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The University of Southern Mississippi Museum of Art is pleased to announce the 2017 National Juried Painting Exhibition. The show will take place in the Gallery of Art and Design.

Opening Reception: August 31 from 5–7pm

Gallery Hours: Monday through Friday, 10am–5pm

A lecture by juror, Peter Van Dyck and Awards Reception will be held on September 22nd at 6pm.

Peter Van Dyck studied painting and drawing at the Florence Academy of Art in Florence, Italy from 1998-2002.  He also taught in the program from 2000-2002.  He returned to Philadelphia in 2002 to paint in his studio and began exhibiting his work in numerous group shows in Philadelphia, New York, and San Francisco.  He has had solo shows at John Pence Gallery, San Francisco, Eleanor Ettinger Gallery, New York, and The Grenning Gallery, Sag Harbor.  In 2003, Van Dyck began teaching at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts where, in 2011, he became an assistant professor in the Certificate/BFA program.  In 2012, he was named one of 25 Important Artists of Tomorrow by American Artist Magazine.  In 2013 his work was included in the book Painted Landscapes, Contemporary Views by Lauren P. della Monica.  His work has also been reproduced in numerous periodicals including, American Artist Magazine, American Arts Quarterly, Art News, American Art Collector, International Artist Magazine, and Art and Antiques.

The University of Southern Mississippi Museum of Art was established in 1997 by the Mississippi Institute of Higher Learning Board of Trustees as an expansion of the C.W. Woods Gallery founded in 1977.  Recently completed in 2014, the Gallery of Art and Design, a 2000 sq. ft. contemporary art gallery located on campus in the historic George Hurst Building, is now the primary exhibition space for all USM Museum of Art and Department of Art and Design exhibitions.

 

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