I am very pleased to say that I now have an artist profile on geoform.net, “an online scholarly art project dedicated to exploring and documenting the use of geometric form and structure in contemporary abstract art.”
I thank geoform.net’s editor, Julie Karabenick, for inviting me to have a presence on her site. It is truly an honor.
Since its launch in May 2005, geoform.net has grown to encompass more than 1000 artists from around the world. The carefully curated site brings together, according to Ms. Karabenick, “artists who have demonstrated a serious and long-standing commitment to abstract art that features geometric forms and/or structures.”
For the moment, my profile is featured on the site’s homepage, side-by-side with legendary hard-edge painter June Harwood. (Ms. Harwood was an integral member of the California Hard-Edge painting movement in the early 1960s.)
This is second time this year in which my work has shown next to Ms. Harwood’s — something I find fascinating. In April, my painting Spaceloop Two showed alongside one of her “loop” paintings at Thomas Hayes Gallery, in Hollywood, as a part of the gallery’s grand opening.