Friday is the Spring Art Party at the Cambridge Art Association, of which I am President of the Board. It will be a good time to preview the National Prize Show, where my piece “The Inner Core” will be on display. It will be at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery, where the official opening will be
Tomorrow is the day! Starting at 7pm, come listen to interesting music and see my process art drawings that draw upon the concepts of graph theory. Check out the link below to see the process in action: a time-lapse video of fifteen process drawings performed for the New Gallery Concert Series at the Cambridge Art
Yesterday I shipped off the Needlepoint Rivers project to the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, where they will be part of the exhibition Craft Revolution. Here’s an image of the full set, displayed at Bromfield Gallery in 2014.
It’s that time of year, and this year more so than others. The Stove Factory Open Studios at 523 Medford St in Charlestown is going on two weekends this time. I have some pieces in the gallery downstairs, and also up on the wall near Reflex Le tterpress, my printing studio. Come by this weekend
A couple of shots from the RED opening at the Cambridge Art Association last week. This show features my piece A Difference of 8 Protons: He-Ne-Ar-Fe. The video features a quick scroll through the gallery, as well as an action shot of my son Sloan.
13 Forest Gallery does a holiday show with reasonably-priced work called “Plenty”, and two of my Proportional Irrational pieces will be in it. Opening reception will be Sat 11/17/18, 4-6 pm.
So I’m thinking of concepts for a piece to go with the New Gallery Concert Series event in January, and one of the pieces slated for performance gave me a perfect jumping-off point: snarks. Here’s the piece as recorded for Soundcloud: A flower snark is not a botanical creature, a sarcastic florist or a floral
I’ll be working with the New Gallery Concert Series to create some process art for a music event in January at the Cambridge Art Association. Not sure what’s going to come out, but it should be interesting.
Starting off the new fall schedule at the Cambridge Art Association, the Mary Schein Fall Salon opens on September 7th. I’ll have a piece on display — Graphic Kerguelen Archipelago — and will be there in my official capacity as president of the Association. Come by and say hi!