2 shows and a blog

January 16, 2012

Some news

 
I have a few things coming up I would like to tell you about! I will have 3 piceses in The Affordable Art Fair in Los Angeles this coming week.  I think this should be a fun event, if you are in the area please stop by! Presenting contemporary art priced from $100 – $10,000, with half of the work under $5,000, the Affordable Art Fair will present original, contemporary works to entice the entire L.A. community.
  • Affordable Art Fair Los Angeles.
  • Wed, Jan 18, 7:30pm – 10pm Private Preview Party
  • Georgia St. btwn Chick Hearn Ct. and W. Olympic Blvd
  • Parking Entrance: 1005 Chick Hearn Ct.
  • Thu, Jan 19, 12pm – 9pm (4pm-9pm FREE ADMISSION)
  • Fri, Jan 20, 12pm – 8pm
  • Sat, Jan 21, 11am – 8pm
  • Sun, Jan 22, 11am – 6pm
I am very excited to be featured in the new blog In the Make. In the Make is a collaboration between photographer Klea McKenna and writer Nikki Grattan. It is a really fabulous blog, and I am honered to be a part of it. Check it out in the next week and you will see photos of my studio and large dog Moses.
I am also part of this show at Intersection for the Arts.  This is a great line up of artists!!! I have wanted to be a part of a show here forever!!!!
  In Other Words is a group exhibition that looks at language and its capacity to clarify and confuse, convene and separate, inspire and discourage. Language can excite our spirit, comfort our feelings, and inform our intellect; it can also extinguish desire, destroy confidence, and cloud perception. By exploring a range of areas concerning the influence and evolution of language in our lives — the impact of technology, the obscurity of industry-specific terminology, the psychological internalization of language, and the recontexutalization of language — the artists in this exhibition demonstrate through a diversity of media the many ways in which we strive to communicate to each other.
In Other Words features work by Katie Gilmartin, Julia Goodman, Emanuela Harris-Sintamarian, Susan O’Malley, Meryl Pataky, Alex Potts, Cassie Thornton, Annie Vought and Christine Wong Yap.
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