Chinaberry Winter White Sunset
Acrylic on Canvas
Come see the Sex Show!
Frontal Lobe Community Space and Gallery in Bragg’s Pie Factory, 1301 Grand, Phoenix, AZ
Opening Reception: 6-10pm, September 6, 2013
Closing Reception: 6-10pm, September 20, 2013
The exhibit will also be open Saturday September 21st from 1-4pm.
The exhibit can be seen other times during the month by appointment by contacting Beatrice Moore at 602.391.4016
my piece below:
Art in an alternative space – the public restroom.
This was the postcard for our show.
This is the work that was up for 45 minutes in an undisclosed museum’s restrooms. There will possibly be some install shots later so check back.
The drawn images are pencil on printer paper, the graffiti is printed onto clear overhead, and the collages are on watercolor paper and done by Christy Puetz.
I’ve been working on more Sunset images. These will be up for the Contemporary Forum Grant Winners Exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum April 13 – May 19 in the Janis and Dennis Lyon Gallery, which is basically a hallway but, it is a hallway in the Phoenix Art Museum.
Imported Sunsets 1-3
Inkjet and Graphite on Matte Photo Paper
A pic of our presentation at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. The image behind us is a visual representation of our happiness if we were to get the grant.
We were unsuccessful in getting this grant however, the project is still on only in slightly altered form, and at least part of the project will happen in March.
This was possibly the most fun I EVER had while putting together a presentation. We ended the proposal with a slow jam poem that was originally going to be a rap but, I was told that my stylings are so bad that I might go viral and there was a strong suggestion for me to not do it. We had 1 day to prepare for this presentation as that’s how the grant works. It was reality TV style fast because all of our images needed to be created in addition to the verbal presentation and sometimes the ideas we get at 4am while finishing up aren’t always as good or entertaining as we believe them to be in that late night rush to finish while hopped up on too much coffee.
The we in this project is me and the wonderful and talented Christy Puetz.
Art in an alternative space – the public restroom. A proposal with the wonderful Christy Puetz.
I was curated into this show. Go see it!
Residual Benefits:Artists Employing Residencies in Professional Practice
Phoenix Institute of Contemporary Art (phICA)
November 16 – December 31, 2012
Modified Arts, Phoenix, Arizona USA
Co-curators: Ted G. Decker and Vicki L. Stouffer
my painting for the show