The photo on the left was selected for “The Beauty in Madness” exhibit at the Praxis Gallery. Truly honored. It’s been a while since I partook in any calls for entry – this seemed like an appropriate one given the past two years. Exhibit runs from May 21st – June 1st.
Stories in Abstract
Looking forward to exhibiting my work at Gallery-on-the-Boulevard this January, 2020. The gallery is at the library in Kenilworth, NJ and I was pleased to be invited to show and support the local arts scene!
Since it’s at a library in a community that prides itself on its industrial history, I decided to show pieces that have a similar visual connection with strong narratives attached.
I also enjoy the thought of more involvement with my local creative community. In these times, creating a positive community connection is more and more important.
Stories in abstract in the Suburban News
Joanne Carter. Founder/Editorial Director of TheAppWisperer.com, wrote an engaging introduction about loneliness vs. solitude and the importance of raising awareness to the problems that loneliness can cause. Awesome work selected for this showcase on TheAppWhisperer website. Enjoy!
“…and the more he looked inside, the more Piglet wasn’t there” was the intoduction that Nicki FitzGerald chose for the showcase on iPhoneography Central. In this, the artist selected writes briefly the apps use and the backstory of the image. Very interesting to read!
Peter Wilkin, a moderator for the ig_artistry group, selected this photo to feature on that group’s page. This group focuses on highlighting original digital art on Instagram.
The photo below titled “I said, do you speak-a my language?” was included on the TheAppWhisperer.com’s once-a-week showcase for September 22. The website was established in 2009 and focuses on mobile photography and art.
Click here and you will see the selection of photos in a lovely video. My piece appears around 2:28.
Urban Dance Exhibit
Thrilled to be included in the Urban Dance exhibit at Plaxall Gallery in Long Island City! The opening reception for this photography exhibit is on June 19. Again, nice way to start the summer season.