Events & News
High Octane Presents!
Curated by Koan-Jeff Baysa w Fred Fleisher, Ace Hotel, Palm Springs NV (April 7,8,9)
Exhibited: Invisible Self Portrait, Unique digital print, generated from custom algorithm, 43" x 43", 2006/2017
A framework for creating and performing live musical compositions based upon chaotic multi-person interactions, using aikido randori, or freestyle practice, as a model for conflict resolution. Proposal for LACMA Art + Technology Lab
Wednesday January 18, 7pm
An art benefit to protect the lives of migrants, organized by David Fierman.
Salon 94 Freemans, NYC
No More Deaths is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Artist's talk in conversation with Paddy Johnson, Saturday, January 28, 2pm
Paddy Johnson (director, curator and founder of ArtFCity) will be speaking with me about my current work.
Elizabeth Houston Gallery, 190 Orchard Street, NYC
Colorblind Test - Warhol Flowers
2007 digital print donated to the Wassaic Project
Solo Exhibition NYC
Very pleased to announce my next solo exhibition: 'Blooms' will open November 16 at Elizabeth Houston Gallery in NYC. I'll be showing large format watercolors about beauty and destruction, based on images of lewisia flowers and nuclear weapons. #elizabethhoustongallery#nevadatestsite
Particles on the Wall
Group show at the new Reach Museum, Richland WA (June 28 through Oct 21, 2016)
New Mexico State University has invited me to fill there beautiful 4,000 sqft galleries in Spring of 2018. Title TBD.
International Day Against Nuclear Testing Exhibition,
Vienna International Centre, Vienna Austria
I'm pleased to be included in this groundbreaking group exhibition at IDEA at Colorado College (upcoming)
Deep End, at The Wassaic Project, Wassiac NY
Three works from the PCL series are on display as part of the Wassaic Festival, from now through 9/20/2015
International Day Against Nuclear Testing Exhibition
Very pleased to be sending works to this group exhibition, organized by the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization, at the Vienna International Centre, Vienna Austria.
Two small PCL-CD works are on display at the excellent Mighty Teiton, Tieton WA
Published by the Artist
Three prints of a nuclear subsidence crater and chrysanthemum will be available as part of a group exhibition, through IPCNY, NYC
Article XIV Conference
United Nations Headquarters, NYC
Winner, Studio Space Grant in DUMBO
Honored and pleased to have been granted a new, larger studio space, by the Two Trees / Walentas Family Foundation. I moved down the street from my old studio as of April 1.
Solo Exhibition at University of Rochester
Where: Hartnett Gallery, University of Rochester, Rochester NY
Opening Exhibition at the Hanford Reach Interpretive Center
Very pleased to have my painting of an Unidentified Structure (2009) as part of this important museum's permanent collection in my hometown of Richland WA.
Works Featured in Trendbook Texworld
Particles on the Wall
For collectors near Seattle WA, PoTW will be featuring my paintings as part of a group exhibition in University District. Contact me for details.
Opens: Friday April 19, 2014
Exhibition runs: 4/19/2014 - 5/9/2014
Artist Talk at the Apple Store in NYC
I've been invited to speak about my studio practice and new artwork at the Apple Store in New York. This event is organized by the great folks at UpriseArt.
7-8pm, March 12, 2014
Apple Store at 401 W 14th Street, New York, NY 10014
Event Details: www.apple.com - events
Three of my new watercolors are included in this expansive and excellent group show. Kunsthalle Galapagos is an influential gallery showing emerging artists in an independent context.
Mar 6 - April 12, 2014 (EXTENDED through 4/12)
Solo exhibition at the National Atomic Test Museum, part of the Smithsonian Institute. Paintings about the Nevada Test Site were placed directly adjacent or within the Museum's exhibits about the technology, history and controversy of US nuclear weapon production.
Summer 2013, Las Vegas
Curator Jacob Rhodes placed sculptor Amanda Browder and myself into an anonymous creative partnership he called a Forced Collaboration, requiring the creative destruction of each other's work. The results were revealing, eye-popping, and a complete surprise to each artist.
Field Projects, NYC.