Pleased to be featured in the NOV/DEC issue of the The Pennsylvania Gazette in their Arts section. The article was written by Danielle Braff.
You can read the full article on line at:
Sneak-peek at some of the new Hecho Con Cuba works made during my 2-week residency at VCCA- Interesting how when I was working at the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains I ended up making works about chasing the Caribbean picturesque in a post-utopian landscape by literally super-imposing the iconic Pinar del Rio Cuban landscape (with Cuban soil I turned into pigment from the Viñales Valley) onto the Modernist grid (which were based on the local house colors)-simultaneously embracing and rejecting “the grid”–
What’s So Funny About the End of the World?
– an exhibition at Todd Art Gallery, MTSU, Murfreesboro, TN. Artists: Chalet Comellas, Patrick DeGuira, Craig Drennen, Lilian Garcia-Roig, Kristi Hargrove, Ron Lambert, Judith Rushin & Clint Sleeper.
YouTube video of the opening By Mark Kateli:
Read the Orlando Sentinel’s “Eyes on the Prize: Latest Florida Prize brings in artists from around the state” by Trevor Fraser at:
And make sure to hear the short video clip on the site by Trevore Fraser which talks about his favorite pieces-
Read a review of the show by Daniel Kany of the Portland Press Herald at https://www.pressherald.com/2019/03/24/art-review-contemporary-art-of-caribbean-highlights-fraught-history/
So pleased to be part of “Made in Texas”, an exhibition that is part of the “Latino Art Now” symposium and events in Houston. This show features Latinx women artists whose careers and production have been associated with Texas. All the works are drawn from The Gilberto and Dolores Cardenas Collection in Austin. Gilberto Cardenas, a professor of Mexican American & Latin American studies at both UT Austin & Notre Dame, has been a major figure in the exhibition, collection & promotion of Chicano & Latinx art for over 30 years. Artists in the show include: Connie Aristmendi, Ana Fuentes, Santa Barraza, Claudia Elisa Zapata, Candace M. Briceno, Suzy Gonzalez, Melanie Cervantes, Paloma Mayorga, Irene Perez & Me-
Below are two of the several works I exhibited at PARK AVE STUDIOS in Savanah as part of a pop-up show organized by Ms. Sharon Norwood. The exhibition’s theme was “Hyphenated-Nature” because I paired some of my on-site US made works with my “Hecho Con Cuba” series-.
Read more about that series on my website at:
So pleased to have been part of the early wave of female Texas artists that were invited to work at Flatbed Press in Austin. I used to do a lot of printmaking when I lived in Austin and Director Katherine Brimberry’s enthusiasm for all things printed was contagious-Hope to be able to work with her again. Robert Faires of the Austin Chronicle wrote a great article about the show “WOMEN OF FLATBED: A RETROSPECTIVE” which is currently on view at the Elisabet Ney Museum in Austin.