HERE'S A QUICK LOOK AT EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS that are happening now or are in the offing. I show around the country, so sooner or later I'll get to meet you at one of them.
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  December at Arden Gallery, Boston

Walking the Silk Road, my 10th solo with Arden Gallery in our 21-year association, will be on view through the month of December. Silk Road is an ongoing series of small atmospheric color fields. The gallery welcomes masked visitors who are conscientious about social distancing.

Here, a view of the show from Newbury Street

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December at Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta

The Stone Soup fable tells the story of how the most basic elements of a pot, some water, and a stone become a meal that nourishes an entire village over the fire of creativity. Through many individual contributions, community, belief, and perhaps a touch of magic, a village threatened by great challenges creates sustenance that is rich and delicious. Inspired by this story and apropos to the difficult moment we find ourselves in, our ongoing accumulative exhibition of the same name celebrates the MWG gallery family and art community.


        

Pique 1 and Pique 2, each 2020, wax emulsion on 300-lb. Fabriano hotpress, 15 x 11 inches

The exhibition will exist in two complementary dimensions. To physically reflect the evolutionary aspect of the accumulation of work, a rehanging of the gallery space will take place every two weeks. An online representation will include an expanded collection of works by each artist, video tours of the exhibition, as well as Postcards from a Pandemic studio tours by gallery artists in quarantine. The run of Stone Soup is open-ended and hopes to provide a rich and continuously evolving experience created by, for, and with lovers of art.

A selection from the Pique and Riz series will appear in Part 2 of the exhibition. You'll find information
here when the gallery site is updated for the next installation.

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 Through January 3 at South Bend Museum 

Blurring Boundaries: The Women of American Abstract Artists, 1936-Present is on view in Indiana at the
South Bend Museum of Art through January 3, 2021. The exhibition, curated by Rebecca DiGiovanna, is an intergenerational grouping tyhat highlights the role of women in abstraction. Click to view a catalog of the exhibition.

Here, my Swipe 11, 2016, oil on 300-lb. Fabriano hotpress, 30 x 22 inches (framed: 34 x  26 inches).

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 Digital: AAA Prints, 2012-2019

This traveling exhibition of digital prints by members of 
American Abstract Artists was recently at Transmitter Gallery in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Later this year it will travel to the Visual and Performing Arts Center of Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, and in 2021 to the Herron School of Art and Design at Purdue University, Indianapolis. 

My Weave is shown above, 2019, image field 8 x 8 inches on 13 x 11 paper. A PDF of the exhib ition catalog may be viewed
here

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  Ongoing: The Boston Drawing Project


The Boston Drawing Project,  a flatfile project under the auspices of Carroll and Sons Gallery in the city's South End gallery district, features works on paper--drawings, prints, photographs, collages--by some 50 artists. The flatfile is available for viewing when the gallery is open. For artists and new (or perhaps hesitant) collectors, this is an affordable and exciting way to begin a collection. 

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Always on view
You can see my work in Atlanta at the 
Marcia Wood Gallery; on Cape Cod at Miller White Fine Arts; in Chicago at Addington Gallery;  in Kent, Connecticut, at Kenise Barnes Fine Art; in New York City at ODETTA

          

Above: Installations at Kenise Barnes Fine Art, left, and Addington Gallery
Below: Chromatic Geometry 20 at Miller White FIne Art, left, and Riz 13 at ODETTA


          

My online resume has a full listing of exhibitions and gallery links.