Visual Artist - Designer - Educator
Visiting Edgewood College on 10/31 to talk about art, walking and psychogeographic inspiration.
And keeping it caffeinated with some old paintings on the wall at Crescendo on Monroe Street, the best java joint in Madison.
Yahara Watershed Multiverse Blues, Revisited and Future Possible had a great run at the James Watrous Gallery. Anders Zanichkowski and I had a great turn out for our Art at noon talk to wrap up the show. Check out curator Jody Clowes and landscape architect Kate Stalker talking the show up on For the Record with host Neil Heinen.
Much to think about from the artists and architects represented in Future Possible, including the work of Lou Host-Jablonski, Ed Linville, Ashley Robertson, Kate Stalker, Anders Zanichkowsky and myself, as well as members of Madison Design Professionals. Yahara Watershed Multiverse Blues, Revisited was created for the exhibition as a platform for contemplating the complexities that will make Madison in 2093, for better or for worse. Check out the Gayle Worland's take (and the back of my head) in the Wisconsin State Journal.
7 days in Seattle with the amazing Teresa Getty has lead to here, the culminating experience of several years of collaborative drawing. Check it our at Method Gallery in Pioneer Square through February 24th.
The Goodman Center in Madison is mounting a photography show documenting the Forge art exhibit at the Madison Brass Works Building, relive the experience!
Makeshift Festival was as awesome celebration of creativity in the visual and culinary arts held at Olbrich Park as a benefit for the Madison Parks Foundation.
Forge, an art exhibition in the Madison Brass Works building, featured installations inspired by the history of the building, its workers, and the elements involved in the transfigurations that took place on this site. It was curated by Erica Monroe-Kane and Ellen Carlson. Check out the coverage in Madison Magazine, Wisconsin State Journal, and the Isthmus, and also photos by John Hart. Video documentation of Sift and Winnow is on vimeo.
A Tiny Rivulet in the Distant Forest, a group exhibition of twenty-three artists with Midwestern ties, whose work deals with the nature of matter, sensation, perception, reaction, consciousness and joy was curated by the amazing Michael Velliquette at ArtStart in Rhinelander WI. Checkout Rachel Bruya's write up for the Wisconsin Academy.
Coffee with Cream made it from the Apartment Project to the doors to Crescendo, the best coffee joint in Madison, for Gallery Night. Check out a video of it's original presentation here.
Nowhere Dreams had a splendid run at Caestecker Gallery, Ripon College. You can see a video of a slide talk from the opening night here.