Yesterday went to see the Agnes Martin show before it closed. It was sublime. Only took a couple pics because I was in a be here now state of mind. The alcoves of the Rotunda were like little chapels to one or two pieces. The 72 inch square pieces were solitary while the 60 inch squares were paired. The pairings were very thoughtful.
The written image. presents a thought provoking array of works which, in a variety of ways, visually examine the symbolic and conceptual complexity of words and language. The exhibition has been skillfully curated by Susanna Gold, and the presentation in her bright Bryn Mawr home, which spans a series of rooms, is refreshingly pleasant.
It's a wonderful thing having your work documented by a professional. The managing of light so that it is even and soft showing your work as it should be seen.
I know that my work has very subtle marks and value changes that are difficult to see in photographs. That's why it is so important to have a professional photograph my work. It's also important for that photographer to capture the spirit of the work and manage what the camera sees.
Now that this drawing is photographed I can work on the hardware to install it at the collectors home. Photographing that will be next.
In this exhibition Marguerita Hagan's single-cell beings of Le Mer dance with the depth measuring of Stella Untalan's Soundings drawings. In the depths Stella measures these creatures are lively and magical contributing to the circle of life on our planet. The exhibition can be seen by appointment.
Soundings by Stella Untalan
It's always a team effort to install my fifteen foot drawing. Here's a few pics of Brian Dennis using his considerable skills. We worked out a plan and now the drawing looks very happy at Marguerita Hagan and Pierre Trombert's studio.
I'm looking for possibilities to install it somewhere or at least for an extended period of time.
I would love this piece to have a permanent home. Ya interested?
A City of Artists: Celebrating the Philadelphia Open Studio Tours, showcases the diversity of Philadelphia neighborhoods represented during POST. The show acts as a cross-section of the Philadelphia arts community and provides a taste of the work you may find out on the tours.
Friday, October 21 at 5 PM - 7 PM
October 11 - December 2, 2016
Monday through friday 10 – 4
Two of my measurement series drawings Amplitude 503 and Amplitude 570 have been chosen for this exhibition at the Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine. The show is through January 2017.
This exhibition is a unique opportunity for faculty, staff, and patients to showcase individual creative expression through the arts. The exhibit is dedicated to the memory of Bernett L. Johnson, Jr., M.D., former Chief Medical Officer of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
I've gathered all my images for drawing-a-day in a coffee table book/catalog. Finally it's printed. All 366 drawings are in full color, printed from the original iPhone drawing files. Art journal entries are included along side each drawing. I want to thank the many folks whose interest in the project encouraged me to make this book a reality.
8.5 x 8.5 inches