When I saw the call for entries for a show at New Editions Gallery in Lexington I couldn’t help but get excited…a lot of great artists in Louisville show their work there. Some artists I know personally and some I do not…but all whom I admire…among that list are Teri Dryden, Joyce Garner, Cheryl Chapman and Joshua Jenkins. When I saw the show was only asking for work sized 12″ x 12″, I was convinced it was directed right at me. There’s something about the square shape that I simply resonate with and I have been making work that is both square and specifically sized 12″ x 12″ for years!
Founded in 1988 by Frankie York, New Editions Gallery is Lexington’s oldest contemporary fine art gallery and is recognized for the individuality of their artists and the exceptional quality of their work. The gallery is now located in the heart of downtown, at 500 West Short Street. GRIDWORKS REVISITEDis a show featuring 60 plus artists, with over 120 works in a variety of mediums and diverse subject matter…and yep, you guessed it, all sized 12″ x 12″!
Exhibition dates for GRIDWORKS REVISITED at New Editions Gallery are from March 17 – May 12, 2017. Join me at the opening reception in conjunction with Gallery Hop Friday March 17th from 5-8pm. If you can’t make the opening reception, the gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11am- 5:30pm.
New Editions Gallery
500 West Short Street
Lexington, KY 40507
OPEN: Tue – Sat: 11AM – 5:30PM
GRIDWORKS REVISITED Opening Reception: March 17th 5-8pm
The exhibition dates of Firmly Rooted 2016 are July 12th – August 20th with an Artists Reception and Awards Ceremony on Friday, July 15th, 5-8pm. Stop by the gallery and cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award.
Attempting Utopia is a series of macroscopically photographed plant life in early stages of conception. Captured entirely in my back yard, these images, both beautiful and alien, parallel my experiences in starting anew. I abstract the bright future idea by exponentially enlarging the images and dye sub printing onto aluminum, which radiates a shininess affiliated with success. Images are frameless and float off the wall, constantly changing with the light as you move around them, representing the inevitable. Titles in the series reference real and fictionalized utopian/dystopian societies. (Shout out to Unique Imaging Concepts who printed the work…they are awesome!)