This is the product of Katherine (Kate) Hollander’s and my collaboration which started as large-format monoprint response to a five-poem series written by Kate, continued into a large book project collaboration through Boston University, and was subsequently published through The Common, an online prose, poetry, and imagery series associated with Amherst College.
“Animals” at the Light Space Time Online Gallery – see if you can find my print
Also I just finished a new print, see images here.
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Kathleen Smith was delighted with the submissions, and much excellent work had to be turned away. Thank you for submitting.
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The amazing Kei Omotaka’s and my paintings are at the local Japonaise Cafe and Bakery, located at 1032 Commonwealth Ave. in Boston.
As the summer comes to a close, it is never too late to enjoy the beach on the few hot days we have left to visit one of my favorite galleries.
Gallery 333 in North Falmouth, MA will host my newest works starting this Wednesday through September 11th.
See http://www.gallery333.com for more details, although the works displayed on my page on the website are not up to date.
Wednesday, August 17 –
Sunday, September 11
Reception: Saturday, August 20 from 4 to 7 PM
Susan Fornaro – Acrylic Paintings
Alfred Glover – Hand-Painted Wood Carvings and Mixed-Media Sculpture
Viktor Guyetsky – Sculpture
Alla Lazebnik – Oil Paintings
Ellen Milan – Monotypes and Paintings on Silk
Suzanne M. Packer – Oil Paintings
Betty Carmell Savenor – Mix-Media Paintings and Monotypes
Ariel Finelt Shoemaker – Mosaics
Charles W. Stockbridge – Oil Paintings
Ariella Shvily-Tye – Sculpture
C.C. Wolf – Watercolors, Gouache and Casein Paintings
Melanie Zibit – Sculpture
The Boston Online Biennial 2011 was an inaugural competition sponsored by the Biennial Project. This was the first year this type of competition emerged, and I felt compelled to apply as it has a local feel to it, yet there was much international competition.
I was selected as one of the honorable mentions for this online gallery showing, and although it appears that there was much modern media selected, there were some painters and traditional fine artists as well.
This was the piece they selected of mine, “Passport”: