I am showing work at the Big Print Show which opens at the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative tomorrow, June 23rd. Check out large scale printed works by myself, Art Werger, Aaron Coleman, Jenny Robinson, Karen Kunc, Raeleen Kao, and Teresa James. This show is part of the Chicago Print Crawl which is a self guided print tour with participating shops and galleries around the city this Sunday. The show will run through August 31st. Be sure to check it out!
This Friday and Saturday, June 8 & 9th, Brick & Mortar Gallery will be hosting the second annual PRINT RIOT in Easton, PA! Curated by Jesse Shaw, Print Riot is a two day affordable print fair featuring the work from 12 different print houses and printmakers. I will be sharing a table with Jesse, so please come by and say hello!
The fair will be in full swing on Friday from 6-10pm and on Saturday from 11-6pm.
Cannonball Press - Brooklyn, NY
Hoofprint - Chicago, IL
Fatherless - Rockford, IL
IS Projects - Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Carrier Pigeon - Guttenburg, NJ
Paul Roden - Pittsburg, PA
Drive By Joseph Velasquez - FL
Anna Hasseltine - Chicago, IL
Dylan Garret Smith - Bethlehem, PA
The 50/50 Company - DE
Printmakers Society of the Lehigh Valley - PA
American Printmaker: Jesse Shaw - Bethlehem, PA
RSVP to the event on Facebook here!
Thank you so much to everyone that came out to my opening at Galerie F last week! I am incredibly grateful for all of the support from family, friends, and the people who I did not even know that came to see the show. It means the world to me, and I could have not asked for a better opening.
If you missed the opening night, do not fret! The show is still up for another week and a half until June 10th. All of the prints for the show are also available to purchase via the Galerie F webstore, so be sure to check that out as well.
Galerie F is open Thursday-Monday from 11-6pm.
The gallery is located at 2415 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL.
Solo Show Announcement!
In a little less than 4 weeks I'm having my first ever solo show, "Unlikely Friends and Certain Enemies," at Galerie F in Chicago! I will be showcasing original screenprints and woodcuts. The opening reception is May 18th from 6-10pm. Exhibition runs through June 10th. I am incredibly excited and I hope to see you all there!
A little about the show:
UNLIKELY FRIENDS AND CERTAIN ENEMIES delves into the ancient, yet relevant,
story-telling world of Aesop. Animals such as foxes, frogs, wolves, birds, and dogs find
themselves in compromising and dangerous situations due to their curiosity and despite
their best intentions. Personified with elements of intrinsic human behavior, Aesop’s
animals show us that even though the times have changed, instinct has not. Immerse
yourself in a variety of age-old stories— you might learn something new, or confirm
already held beliefs about your friends and enemies.
RSVP to the event on Facebook here.
SGCI is back for another installment, this year in Las Vegas! Hoofprint and I drove out from Chicago, and picked up our pal Crookedpaw in Saint Louis on the way. Crookedpaw and I are sharing booth 312 at this years Vendors and Publishers Fair at Bally's Las Vegas. We will be posted up on the first floor in the Bally's Conference Room across from the Casino.
Hours are as follows:
Hope to see ya'll there! You can find more information about the conference here.
I am happy to announce that I am showing a plethora of prints at this years CPC Small Print Exhibition! This is my second year in the exhibition, and I am showing alongside 60 other national and international artists. Today is the second day of the Grand Opening Party and the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative will be open until 7pm. If you cannot make it today, the exhibition runs through January 27th. Get your holiday shopping done all at once!
More information on Facebook here.
Today, Today, Today! I am a vendor again at this year's installment of the Chicago Printers Guild Publisher's Fair. The fair takes place from 10a-6p at Elastic Arts. I will be showing a handful of new prints, including a pair for Cannonball Press. Come check it out and see what some of Chicago's best have been up to!
More details on the Facebook event here.
The Full Court Press North American Juried Print Exhibition will open on Thursday, Oct. 5, at 5 p.m. at the Islander Art Gallery as a part of the FCP Printmaking Symposium. The FCP Print Symposium, which runs Wednesday, Oct. 4, through Saturday, Oct. 7, is four days celebrating the diversity and connectivity of print media. 70 works were chosen by Margaret Simpson and Tom Druecker of Slugfest Printmaking Workshop and Gallery in Austin, and the show will run through November 1st. A full list of participating artists as well as more information about the symposium can be found here.
Next Wednesday, Blackburn 20/20 Studio will be hosting a pop-up fundraising exhibition to benefit the NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council) and Sean Casey Animal Rescue (SCAR). I am showing work in the exhibition which features over 75 artworks priced at $200 and under. If you live in NYC, please make an effort to see this exhibition and help out two great organizations. Much thanks to Kirsten Flaherty for putting this fundraiser together! Check out the FB event here.
Opening Reception: Wednesday, Oct. 4, 6-8pm
On View: Thursday & Friday, Oct. 5 & 6 from 10am-10pm, Saturday, Oct. 7th from 11am-6pm
Closing Reception *with free pizza kindly donated by Sizzle Pie*: Sunday, Oct. 8th from 12pm-4pm
The newest and fourth installment of Wonder Fair's Fresh Ink opened this past Friday night in Lawrence, KS. The show was hand picked by Jeffery Dell and will coincide with Lawrence Print Week (October 16-22). Print Week is a celebration of Printed Matter for makers and collectors, lead by the Lawrence Arts Center, University of Kansas Printmaking Program, and Wonder Fair. The exhibition will be on view from September 29th through November 5th.