New Work for ArtWorks Show in Corvallis

December 15th, 2016

Wall Props/itions

 

 

 

 

 

Show is up until April 25th

March 14th, 2015

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some images of installation of Unfiltered Kilter

March 5th, 2015

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New Work: Unfiltered Kilter at the Whitebox

March 5th, 2015

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OPENING THURSDAY 5-7pm, 24 NW 1st.

Inside of an Outside: New work

May 8th, 2014

Here is the recent exhibit announcement for my two person show in Antwerp, Belgium, opening May 17th. I will be there for the closing, June 28th. I was so lucky to be invited to show by Filip and Agnes.Two wonderful friends and artists that I have known for 20 years! Thank you Filip & Agi!!!!

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First few stanzas of “alphabet” by Inger Christensen–an amazing ooo book length poem about the Cold War, 1981

February 13th, 2014

Alphabet

1
apricot trees exist, apricot trees exist

2
bracken exists; and blackberries, blackberries;
bromine exists; and hydrogen, hydrogen

3
cicadas exist; chicory, chromium
citrus trees; cicadas exist;
cicadas, cedars, cypresses, the cerebellum

4
doves exist, dreamers, and dolls;
killers exist, and doves, and doves;
haze, dioxin, and days; days
exist, days and death; and poems
exist; poems, days, death

5
early fall exists; aftertaste, afterthought
seclusion and angels exist
widows and elk exist; every
detail exists; memory, memory’s light;
afterglow exists; oaks, elms,
junipers, sameness, loneliness exist;
eider ducks, spiders, and vinegar
exist, and the future, the future

stanzas 3, 4, 5 from alphabet, Inger Christensen, 1981, translated Susanna Nied, 2000.
(based on the Fibonacci sequence)

New Exhibit: Sarah Spurgeon Gallery November 3-December 2

November 6th, 2012

Images from Fairbanks Gallery Show–Oregon State University– Up until May 30th

May 15th, 2012

This show was beautifully hung by Doug Russell and his Exhibition Studies Students.  A big thank you goes out to every one of them!

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Link to Images From "Centering the Margin"

March 15th, 2012

Here is the link to opening night images:

http://printtemps.blogspot.com/2012/03/centering-margin.html

Work included in: "Centering the Margin" San Francisco

March 4th, 2012

Apophenia will be shown as a newly configured 4 channel piece in a group show at Root Division, opening March 7!  Sean Regan collaborated.

ROOT DIVISION PRESENTS: Second Saturday March 2012 Centering The Margin Curated by Anthony Ryan Second Saturday Reception: March 10, 7-10 pm Centering the Margin is an artist-curated project highlighting artwork that concerns itself with spaces, events and artifacts that exist just outside of our field of vision and attention. If our contemporary existence is marked by an emphasis on spectacle and constant stimulation, then Centering theMargin is a show that documents those things that fall outside this type of vision. These are things that require a change of speed or shift in focus to perceive them. This show hopes to draw connections between artists concerned with margins, edges and interstitial spaces through diverse approaches and varied platforms of concept, representation and materials. Artists: Jason Adams Brian Caraway Susanna Corcoran Lizzy Cross Michael Hall Robin Johnston Anna Kell Sarah Newton Byron Peters Christine M. Peterson Anthony Ryan Michael Ryan Jenny Salomon* Keith Southern Eric Theise Chris Thorson Cara Tomlinson Devon Tsuno * Root Division Studio Artist Opening Reception: Saturday, March 10, 2012 7-10 pm Exhibition Dates: March 7-24, 2012 Gallery Hours: Wednesday- Saturday, 2–6 pm (or by appointment) ROOT DIVISION 3175 17th Street (between South Van Ness & Shotwell) San Francisco, CA 94110 www.rootdivision.org 415.863.7668