I would like to give special thanks to writer Karen Chambers, and The Cincinnati Enquirer for including me in their “10 who are Advancing in the Arts” article. It’s an honor to make the cut. To read the article and check out other well deserving indivdiuals who are sure to make some waves in the new year follow this link .
I want to thank writer Chris Graves and Soapbox Cincinnati for the piece they put together for my upcoming exhibition. Siegfried’s Sonata at the PAC Gallery, Opening Reception November 9th. Thanks Soapbox for the support!
Follow this link to read the article and see the awesome shots by photographer Scott Beseler of some of the paintings in progress.
Join me for One New Painting Opening Friday August 31st at Frame Design. The exhibition will feature over twenty contemporary painters. In this showcase of talent I will debut “First City”. The architecture of the Cincinnati Museum Center and other monuments of our great city inspired this work. To RSVP on facebook for this exhibition follow this link. Click the link below to see the painting in progress.
It was an absolute pleasure to return to Camp Create at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center this summer and create artwork that is now on display in Downtown and Over-the-Rhine. In honor of the World Choir Games and our wonderful city of Cincinnati, campers participated in ArtWorks Big Pig Gig and created Pigassos Serenade. Inspired by the paintings of Pablo Picasso and French cubists painter Juan Gris Kennedy Heights artists/campers Amaya Boyd, Freddie Cocheron, LJ Hogue, Kaitlyne Jones, Colin Kelly, Will Kelly,Bess Lindeman, Henry Lindeman, Shamia Mills,Maite Muianga, Paige Murphey, Alexandra O’Malley, Brendel Stadler, D.A.A.P intern Bryn Sharp and myself had one hog of a time painting Pigcassos Serenade. In addition to our monument to Porkopolis students also created musically inspired paintings influenced by my work and the work of Picasso and Gris. These painting are now on exhibit on the 2nd floor of Tower Place Mall and Pigcasso Serenade in currently on display in the new Washington Park in Over–the-Rhine. Thank you campers for such a memorable time.