June — August 2020Continue reading “summer sketchbook”
My drawing Meditation XXIII (open heart) is featured as the cover art for online literary journal Four Way Review’s summer 2020 issue! Two others are featured as part of the publication as well.
All three pieces share an all-over pattern composition and overlapping lines. For me, they serve as a reminder to see the communion in all things. I am not separate from or transcendent over other people, nor the natural world from which we all emerge. We are all beautifully/terrifyingly interdependent.
Artist-curator Mel Reese included my drawing let there be warmth, let there be light in this edition of Art In Res’ Weekly Curation, Abstract Thoughts. She writes,
“The beauty… is in the imperfection, the moments when we can spot the hand of the artist in the perpetual loop.”
This drawing is available for sale via Art In Res, which allows you to pay in monthly installments if desired. I will contribute 50% of my proceeds from the sale of this piece to Brooklyn Defender Services.
Two of my meditation drawings are included in Deep Blue See, an exhibition curated by Krista Scenna of Ground Floor Gallery in Park Slope, Brooklyn in partnership with Prevent Child Abuse America to raise awareness for Child Abuse Prevention Month during the month of April. [edit to update: show has been extended through June 1, 2020] I appreciate the gallery pointing out how work toward preventing child abuse is more important than ever at a time when people are staying home — home is not safe for everyone.
10% of sales from this exhibition will directly benefit Prevent Child Abuse America.
You can view the exhibition on Artsy:
An oil painting from all the way back in 2014 is included in the Spring Flash Showroom by the Equity Gallery in lower Manhattan. It takes imagery from the architecture along the canal that runs through downtown Indianapolis, IN during my time studying painting at the Herron School of Art + Design.
This online sale runs for one week from April 10 – 17th. [edit to update: show has been extended through April 30, 2020.]
You can view the exhibition on the NYAE website, or Artsy.