I recently rode the gondola all the way up to the Kunstcapades studios to talk some art. Listen here
I will have some work in Los Angeles this weekend for the LA Art Show Modern + Contemporary with Cordesa Fine Art booth 5042. Please stop by if you are in the area and for inquiries contact firstname.lastname@example.org The show lasts Jan 10th-14th
I will have some new work at the Seattle Art Fair with the Cordesa Fine Art gallery in booth B20. Please stop by if you are in the area, lots of good work by fellow gallery friends. Below is a piece I just finished that will be there, I brought it up to Alaska with me to work on during the summer salmon fishing season and somehow managed to keep it clean of mud and salmon scales!
My first solo show in Los Angeles is now open. Please stop by to see it in person before May 6th. Below are shots of the full installation. It is made up of Ink on Paper Drawings, Photography, and Sculpture made from a well traveled shipping container. Here is a link to Cordesa Fine Art for more info
I'm honored to be asked to speak about my art and sea experience at the San Francisco Maritime Museum on March 25th at 1pm. I was invited by (and will be speaking with) Lauren Hartman, a talented artist and professor at Cal Maritime Academy. Please stop in if you can and check out the line up of speakers for the rest of the spring/summer.
I'll be opening up a two person show title "Beyond The Horizon" this week in San Francisco at the Museo Italo Americano. I'm paired up with a talented LA based artist named Jen Celio. Located in Fort Mason, the museum is free and open to the public, it will be up from Jan 27th- April 30th. Click here for more info
I recently completed this huge 38 piece installation at John McNeil Studio in Berkeley, CA. While I was preparing the work some nice folks from JMS came by for a studio visit and wrote up a little recap here. Check it out.
I was honored to have the kind folks involved with the Teatro Container in Chile, bring my work to Brest, France for their Maritime Festival. (Click here for images and a French article on the event). A large installation was set up showcasing some of my ink on paper pieces alongside the large-scale painting of French artist Paul Boas. Teatro Container also created information booths to highlight some environmental issues such as the Chiloe Island incidents in order to discuss the devastating results of farmed salmon in Chile and elsewhere.