Two new paintings will be on view at Stone Rose Gallery, with a reception on Saturday, July 26 from 7-9 PM. Over 60 artists will be represented by their small works, all under sixteen inches. The exhibition runs through August 16.
"My Dog is My Home," an exhibition organized by the National Museum of Animals and Society is traveling in two pop-up exhibitions and online. To visit the online gallery please click here. Union Station Homeless Services (412 S Raymond Ave, Pasadena, CA 91104) is hosting a pop-up exhibition. Encounter #3 is displayed in their courtyard with a new companion and best friend. The work will be on display through Friday, June 27. The small sculptures will be exhibited in a pop-up at Mt. Tabor Veterinary Care (4246 SE Belmont St., Suite 1, Portland, 97215) from Friday, June 6 through Friday, June 27.
Please have a look at a new and developing body of work, Political Lines. This new work consists of singular ink drawing portraits of prominent politicians, and animated ink drawings focusing on the Los Angeles City Council. There are three new galleries to check out. Please see the "Political Lines" drop-down menu above.
At the start of the new year here are two articles to review from 2013 about my work. One, an interview with the Sander Wolff of the Long Beach Post and the other a review of a group exhibition of California sculptors at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art.
Please keep an eye out, the website will undergo a reorganization in the coming months in order to show new bodies of work.
I am pleased to be a part of a special exhibition, "My Dog is My Home" exploring human and animal companionship through an experience of homelessness, at the National Museum of Animals & Society. The show is on view through January 5, 2014 at 4302 Melrose Avenue, 90029. I will also be speaking about my work at the museum on Sunday, November 17 at 4:00 PM.