I am happy to share that I will be part of Trestle Open Studio Residency in Brooklyn together with a group of exciting artists until January 2017. Follow up with the events at Trestle Gallery at the website linked above.
I'm happy to announce that my new work has been published in the current issue of Paint Pulse Magazine curated by Jason Miller together with a group of very talented painters. Stay tuned for the magazine print that holds the rest of the images and writing!
Paint Pulse Magazine Issue 5 (click for preview)
Welcome to Wassaic! Joshua Nierodzinski and I had a great opportunity to stay at Wassaic Artist Residency for two months during this summer. Huge thank you to all the amazing people who made this experience so constructive, nurturing and fun! These photos capture only the fragments of our stay and hopefully it will provide some inspiration for the new applicants. (apply, apply!)
The road from Wassaic continues towards Deep Hollow Road, a beautiful trail that passes by these old kilns.
Luther Barn Studios. A bunch of talented people working in this great architecture. Josh and I shared a studio and made time to focus on individual work as well as collaborative projects.
The amazing Olde Forge Farm behind the studio building where you can sign up to have fresh produce delivered the same day!
Some photos from Open Studios on the last Saturday in June.
With help from print master, Colleen Donohue, Josh and I were able to participate in the 2015 Wassaic Print Exchange. Below, you can see fellow resident, Helí Garcia, also seeking guidance from the silkscreen sensei.
It is truly beautiful how the town of Wassaic and the Wassaic residency are woven together, and growing stronger every minute! Here are some shots from around town including the fresh paint job on Mitch Miller and Meredith Drum's trailer courtesy of Wassaic Project co-founder, Eve Biddle, and some volunteer hands.
During the month of May I had the great privilege to spend one month in a beautiful community of artist and writers at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT. The images and text that follow show part of the environment, studio process and community. I want to go back!
VCS is a large architectural complex consisting of several buildings that facilitate individual studios for writers, painters, printmakers, sculptors and photographers. It was great to have this amazingly lit place after spending so much time working in an industrial building.
At the end of the month, about 30 artists opened their studios to share their work and process. These photos show only a section of the overall great work. In addition to Open Studios artist and writers introduced their work through public presentations that showed a spectrum of exciting thinkers and practitioners.
Digging through antiques with Julia and Nick. It's always great to wander through objects.
International outreach. Serbia is officially on the list.
Thank you VSC community and friends on such a great experience! ~~~
The board of the Ypsilanti Art Incubator is hosting our first official YAI member exhibition, Members Only! Opens July 11th, 6-9pm in coordination with First Fridays Ypsilanti. And, we'll have a special treat with the premiere of the The Brat & Chili Pot LLC!
Participating artists (click to see the website):
"Ypsilanti Art Incubator presents Crossing Paths, an exhibition of University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University MFA candidates. Show runs April 4th through the 26th.
Featuring the work of Mary Ayling , Wade Buck, Bridget Burke, Jordan Ewert, Dave Gazdowicz, Crystal Hartman, Cathy Jacobs, Trevor King, Clara McClenon, Joan Newberry, Josh Nierodzinski, Natasa Prljevic, and Rezvan Rasouli."
Hosted and curated by Jessica Tenbusch and Juliet Hinely.