I'll be showing some new work in the Atrium of the Minnesota Street Projects with the Eleanor Harwood Gallery. My paintings will hang alongside some works by the artist Andrew Huffman. Opening reception is April 1st, come on out and say hey! Link to works
I'm excited to show some new work with an old friend in Astoria, Oregon. Opening this Saturday Feb 12th noon to 8pm.
I have an original drawing in this years Coalition on Homelessness Annual Art Auction. It is a significant drawing that started off a long series, please check it out and support this great cause. Here is a link to their site,
I will be part of the live auction that kicks off the event.
So happy to be part of this group show in NYC.
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I'm excited to be part of an exhibition at the deYoung Museum in San Francisco called the de Young Open. It looks like the museum will be opening to the public the week of Sept 22nd. As I understand it works will be available to purchase through the museum as well. It will be a huge representation of artists from the greater Bay Area, please check it out if you can!
I've got an article in this summer's issue of Juxtapoz, the bulk is taken from my boat log during my sail to Sacramento last spring, if you can't pick up a physical copy (which I recomend, it is better!) you can read the online version here
I'm honored to have work in a group show at the MarinMOCA. Thanks to guest curator Ken Harman for bringing my work in.
With the possibility of the museum not actually being able to open its doors, they have put the show online as well. Check it out here
I got a call from the folks with Snap Judgement Podcast to chat a bit about the similarities of living at sea on containerships and living in quarantine. Its a short and fun episode and I'm the third of the stories, give it a listen! (link)