Work from "Animal Existance" is included in this online exhibition curated by Stephanie Amon and featured in The In-Between Journal website in December 2018.
Memory and PerceptionArtists Interpret Their World in New Exhibit at MarinMOCAReception on Saturday, November 17, 4:30pm - 7:00pmArrive at 4:30pm to hear juror Alan Bamberger
review the show and make the awards.Stay for the reception that follows from 5:00pm - 7:00pm.Exhibit dates: November 17 - December 23"Memory and Perception" is an exhibit that reveals how artists interpret the world around and within them. All artists integrate their life experiences into their artwork, consciously or unconsciously, often incorporating what they see and sense in the present with their memories of the past. The exhibit was juried by Alan Bamberger, internationally known art consultant, writer and art reviewer, located in San Francisco, CA. He chose 49 artists from across the nation who explore diverse subject matter, from childhood memories to captured moments in time. Visitors will see artwork in a wide array of mediums including photography, painting, fiber, sculpture and more.
"Crushed" by Angelique Benicio"Johannesburg, South Africa" by Brandon Hudson
"Emerson, Chicago 1930 Revisited" by Marie Bergstedt
This exhibit is free to the public.
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One of my photographs was selected to be a part of the "Photography VI" exhibition at the Foundry Art Centre in St. Charles, Missouri. The exhibiton runs from February 2nd - March 16th and was jurored by aritst Kathleen Sanker. For more info: http://www.foundryartcentre.org/photography-vi/
I am a part of a group exhibition in The ShowRoom at 1624 Wilshire Blvd in Santa Monica**Opening reception: 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23rd, 2017**
By appointment: Sept. 24th - Sept. 30th
The ShowRoom is a four month residency project. It is a studio, installation, performance & exhibition space taking place in a retail space on Wilshire Boulevard in Santa Monica. It’s proximity to luxury and design shops, Montana Avenue and Bergamot Station now in redevelopment provide an opportunity for dialog about commodity, materialism, the flux of Southern California real-estate and the burgeoning business of art.
Please join us as we kick-off the space with a pop-up show of emerging Los Angeles artists. The show was collectively curated by the artists themselves in response to each other’s work while considering the theme of luxury, high-end retail and excessive materialism. It's purpose is to foster exchanges between these artists who work in diverse media and themes and to find mutual collectivity around these and other related topics.
Ching Ching Cheng
Snezana Saraswati Petrovic
Image Credit: Brandon Hudson
FROM THE GALLERY'S PRESS RELEASE:Foley Gallery is excited to announce the selections for our upcoming group exhibition “Analog v. Digital”. Artists working in all photographic mediums were encouraged to submit original work for consideration. 50 artists were selected. The exhibitors for the exhibition are:ANALOG
Alexander Cassetti, Amy Finkelstein, Anna Leigh Clem, Anna Kalapazana, Anne Arden McDonald, Caroline Cuse, Conor Culver, Dan Wolf, Danielle Dean, David Arky, David Christensen, Ella Morton, Garrett Hansen, Jamie Martinez, Jean-Baptiste Morand, Joan Fitzsimmons, Joshua Littlefield, Ken Clark, Kristen Bartley, Margaret Moulton, Peter Schafer, Rebecca Hackemann, Robert Calafiore & Tom Butler.
Astrid Reischwitz, Benjamin Bobkoff, Brandon Hudson, Brian Sargent, Calli McCaw, Crystelle Colucci, Deborah Orloff, Ellen Jantzen, Eva Fazzari, Farras Abdelnour, George Cavaletto, Gonzalo Pardo, Irene Imfeld, Joe Patronite, Kate Pollard Hoffmann, Ken Bower, Ken Dreyfack, Leslie Jean-Bart, Lieh Sugai, Martha Fleming-Ives, Martha Ketterer, Michelle Murphy, Niv Rozenberg, Rocio De Alba, Sharon Lee Hart & Yvonne Muller.For this exhibition, “analog” was defined as the photographer using light sensitive paper or film in the process. "Digital" was defined as the photographer using hardware requiring a digital component (point and shoot, cell phone or dSLR cameras) regardless of how it was printed.
I was honored to receive the Fall 2016 Photography Award from Working Artist Org for the artworks from my "Through the Prism" series. Working Artist Org is a privately run charitable organization, interested exclusively in the support and promotion of great art and artists.