This fall 2011, I will have a lively exhibition calendar: three art shows in three different regions of the U.S.
The Vormance Expedition, which I will be exhibiting at Louisiana State University’s Student Union Art Gallery, starting October 23.
2011 20”x20”x20”: A National Compact Competition and Exhibit. The LSU Student Union Art Gallery at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. On view October 23 – November 30. In this an all-media competition, which is open to professional artists residing in the United States, works cannot exceed 20 inches for any one dimension. Juror Julie Sasse, chief curator of contemporary art at Tucson Museum of Art, selected 49 works by 46 artists. I will be exhibiting The Vormance Expedition, a painting I produced in 2010.
Chaos Theory 12 at Legend City Studios, 521 W. Van Buren Street in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. See Google map. On view October 7 – late November; opening party from 6pm until “???” on October 7. Organized by artist Randy Slack, the annual Chaos Theory invitational brings together dozens of highly talented Phoenix artists. The exhibition has been described as an “unofficial barometer of the art scene.” Although so many visions are represented in this show, the works all seem to harmonize magically. This will be my third Chaos Theory; view photos of the 2010 show. It is always a great honor to be invited to participate in Chaos Theory.
Think Small 6 International Miniature Art Biennial at Artspace Gallery, Richmond, Virginia. On view October 28 – December 18. This will be my fourth time participating in the invitational miniatures exhibition, which challenges artists to produce work that does not exceed three inches in any dimension. See the three miniature paintings I produced for Think Small in 2005, 2007 and 2009. I have not yet produced a piece for the upcoming ThinkSmall6, but I will certainly be working on something very soon. … And you’ll be the first to see it here on my blog!