I am extremely excited to be participating in a group exhibition titled Botanica: All Things Plant LIfe at the Bedford Gallery at the Lesher Center for the Arts.
The exhibit runs from July 12 through September 6,2015. An opening reception will be held on Sunday July 12, from 3- 5 pm, admission is $5.
About Botanica, from the Bedford Gallery website:
I will be heading to Buffalo, NY on Monday, July 6, to be an artist in resident for two weeks. Over the course of this time, we will be hosting Free Drawing and Painting Workshops at the Old First Ward Community Center. The works created will become part of an interactive public sculpture that the community members will assist with in the fabrication and design of. The grand opening of the piece will be on display for the City of Night Festival, Saturday, July 18, 6pm-12am. This project is funded by the Emerging Leaders in the Arts Buffalo, and materials are provided by Hyatt’s and The Golden Foundation.
Project Grant will also be doing a special one night only workshop as part of the First Friday Art Walk in Buffalo on Allen Street, in partnership with Indigo Gallery. This event is Friday, July 10, 6-9pm.
The next “Gathering” is scheduled for Wednesday, July 15 at 7pm. I will be the guest speaker for this session, sharing his views on growing up near the border as a Mexican-American in Texas, and his strong maternal ties. If you would like to attend or more information, please send an email to:projectgrantbuffalo @ gmail dot com.
The Southern Exposure auction is one week away! I am happy to have donated a piece in support of this vital Bay Area Arts institution. The auction will take place on March 21, 2015 at SoEx’s 20th street location in San Francisco. For more information on the auction, including advanced online bidding visit the SoEx auction website.
For more information about the tons of ways SoEx supports artists and the greater community visit the SOEX website.
All of the installation galleries should be up and running with thorough documentation of each project. For each gallery I combined my personal documentation with the official documentation of each installation to provide as clear a picture as possible of each space. Additionally there is a new stop motion video on the installations page from Capturing the Void an installation I made at a commercial gallery in Portland, OR in 2013.
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