Friday, March 31, 2017

Currently Available Works

UPDATE! 3/2/21
Surely, it is filled with errors but it is live- a work in progress.
Visit my new store here:
I couldn't figure out how to do the shipping so I just included shipping costs in each item (AKA "free" shipping- lol)

In addition to my online shop I have some works available via:
- Enormous Tiny Art show at Nahcotta in Portsmouth, NH
- Paintings and prints via Sebastian Foster in Austin, TX
- 4 hand-painted clocks at Burnet Fine Art & Advisory in Wayzata, MN
- The MplsArt Sketchbook Project (live now!) and corresponding exhibition at Gamut Gallery in Minneapolis, MN (this spring!)
- A selection of Mini Prints at Visual Index in Winston-Salem, NC

Two professionally matted/framed hand-painted paper shooting targets- 19.5w x 29h".
I made these for the "Art is My Weapon Vlll" exhibition at Hennepin County Library - Minneapolis Central - a group show that would've featured MN creatives using art to raise awareness and spark social change around the issue of gun violence. Sadly, it was canceled due to Covid-19. ='0(

"Reclamation 1" & "Reclamation 2"
(The blue one is sold but I still have the orange one. I'm too scared to ship these because of the glass so I've removed them from my shop. If you are 55417 adjacent and want to pick it up...$500?

Saturday, March 4, 2017

4 NEW PRINTS via Light Grey Art Lab.

UPDATE- This show is over and the remaining paintings are now available in my Etsy shop!

Onward, 12x16" 
I have four brand new paintings in "To Be You" at the newly renovated/expanded Light Grey Art Lab gallery in Minneapolis. 
The originals are available for purchase and each one is also available as a print! (Links to each piece below images.) 

Pretty/Fierce, 12x16" 

Vigilant, 12x16"

Leery, 12x16" 

Panorama from the beginning of last night's reception.

Southwest Journal has a great write up about the gallery expansion and new exhibitions:
"Light Grey Art Lab’s Bold Ambition: The creative hub and gallery celebrates five years with a major expansion." by Dylan Thomas

Gallery construction photo by Dylan Thomas for Southwest Journal.

You can find me and my work near the snack table.

My photos are horrible but the new galleries and shop are gorgeous!

Stop in and visit the show in person.
You'll leave inspired, I promise!
More of my horrible photos:

Paper Masks by Camille Chew

Ink Drawing by Andres Guzman

Embroidery by Alanna Stapleton

Gouache portrait of Twinkle by Allegra Lockstadt