Please join us for this exhibit of works by seven artists in celebration of Hammond Harkins Galleries 20th Anniversary. Inspired by the idea of the “soft grid,” curator Andrea Myers selected works that combine structures of analytical systems with the subtleties of subjective, human experience. The centerpiece of this exhibit will be a collaboration by Myers and Haase of a room-size installation composed of industrial shrink-wrap and a giant metronome.
This group exhibition at Adams State University in Colorado explored new approaches to the landscape genre.
I am very proud to be part of this juried exhibition at the Bakehouse Art Complex in Miami, FL. It is based on Thomas Lawson's essay on the status of painting written 35 years ago. Lawson's text put painters on the defense, holding each artist accountable for their choice of medium. It is as relevant today as when he first wrote it- Last Exit:Painting by Thomas Lawson
I worked on this project over the summer in 2014 as I was getting ready for a solo show. Weinland Park is a neighborhood just east of campus, with a rich history, community gardens and an awesome new elementary school. The two little girls whose stories I worked on were Naje and Nya. Naje spoke both English and Spanish and Nya liked summer camp. Our collaboration is on page 121-124.