Alive and Kicking
Despite the fact that I haven't posted anything for a lonnnnng time, I am still around. I just finished updating my exhibitions list and am going to work on freshening up the galleries today.
Meanwhile, here's what's new.
Workwise, I'm finally at a place where I'm getting regular jobs. I am primarily doing real estate shoots these days and I love them. Lots of work for local Realtors' individual listings, and also doing post-processing work for a friend who shoots from NY to DC and in betwee for property management companies who rent out luxury apartment buildings.
Artwise, I have a big solo show this June! It is two weeks only so be sure to get there. The Impermanence of Being will be a retrospective featuring work of mine from the past 11+ years in abandoned places. I'm very excited about it!
I also just found out that this piece was accepted into The Art of the State. The exhibition will run from June 24 to September 9 at the State Museum in Harrisburg. Artists who are Pennsylvania residents will compete in five categories: Painting, Work on Paper, Photography, Sculpture, and Craft.
In July I am taking part in a group show curated by my mother and fellow artist Rosalind Bloom, Look at US, with work that acknowledges and explores their own privilege, opens up a dialogue on issues of continued relevance such as gender inequality, other past and present social injustices, and the history of American racial tensions. I will be showing totally different work than my usual and the exhibit promises to be a powerful one.