I was interviewed in the latest issue of Forget Good, check it out!
My prints will be on display at grayDUCK Gallery in the month of December.
After three and a half years in South Austin, grayDUCK will be relocating to the Eastside. A final send off in the form of a group print show of a handful of the artists that have adorned these walls in years past, featuring original, small batch prints.
608 W. Monroe Street, Suite C,
Austin, TX 78704
(S.1st St. & Monroe)
December 6th – 22nd, 2013
Opening Reception: Friday, Dec. 6th, 7-10pm
My work will be a part of PRINTWORK 2013, the second National Juried Exhibition at Artist Image Resource.
A national juried exhibition of print-based work
Artist Image Resource
518 Foreland Street
Pittsburgh PA 15212
December 7th, 2013 – January 31st, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, December 6th, 7-9pm
Post Consumed: A Millennial Biennial presents the work of twelve artists recently/currently enrolled in Masters of Fine Arts programs across the United States. These culturally diverse and emerging artists represent a generation confronting political, economic, and social realities with an increasingly global perspective on artistic production, communication, and geographic and psychological space. Their creative production pushes the boundaries of painting, sculpture, and photography into experimental new realms.
2013 MFA Biennial Artists are: Ji Sun Beak (Hunter College, New York, NY), Adam Boggs (State University of New York, Purchase, NY), Erin Hinz (University of Notre Dame, IN), Dusty James (University of Delaware, Newark, DE), Erin Colleen Johnson (University of California Berkeley, CA), Natasha Jozi (Montclair University, NJ), Kwan Taeck Park (School of Visual Arts, New York, NY), Lais Pontes (School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL), Kristin Richards (Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT), Sanaz Sohrabi (School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL), Tonja Torgerson (Syracuse University, NY), Margeux Walter (Hunter College, New York, NY).
Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts
200 South Madison Street | Wilmington, DE 19801
Exhibit Dates: October 26th, 2013 – March 9th, 2014
The New Prints 2013 exhibition at IPCNY of earlier this year is now traveling to Scotland for a second showing.
New Prints 2013 is the forty-fourth presentation of IPCNY’s New Prints Programme, a series of curated exhibitions organised by IPCNY several times each year featuring prints made within the past twelve months. New Prints 2013 consists of etchings, lithographs, installations, books and sculptures, and other manifestations of print processes. The exhibition fosters a dialogue between the representational and surreal, political and imaginative, three-dimensional and transparent. It includes prints of all shapes, sizes, colours, lengths and dimensions. It is a testament to the vivacity and creativity of printmaking throughout the world.
New Prints 2013
14 September – 5 October 2013
23 Union Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3LR, UK
+44 (0)131 557 2479
Syracuse University’s MFA Exhibition in NYC will be on view from May 22nd-26th at 25CPW Gallery in Manhattan. A reception will take place this Thursday, May 23 from 6-8pm. The exhibition includes my work, as well as many other 2013 MFA students from Syracuse University.
The eNth Degree: MFA 2013
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 – Sunday, May 26, 2013
25 Central Park West at 62nd Street
New York City
Reception: Thursday, May 23, 6-8 p.m.
Gallery hours: noon-8 p.m. daily
The College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University’s annual MFA exhibition includes 17 artists working in a variety of traditional and cross-disciplinary media, including painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, film, site-specific installation and performance. The artists exhibiting are filmmakers Daniel Aguilera, Su San Na Kim, Tanya Schiller and Samantha Raut; media artist Matthew Williamson; painter Ryan Crotty; illustrator Lori Klopp; photographers Andrew Frost and Joseph Lingeman; printmaker Tonja Torgerson; ceramicists Jee Eun Lee, Joel Weissman and Sarah Camille Wilson; sculptor Becky Reiser; and installations by Caitlin Foley, Meyer Giordano and Misha Rabinovich.
The Syracuse University Art Galleries is pleased to announce the opening of “The eNth Degree: MFA 2013.” The annual Syracuse University master of fine arts (M.F.A.) exhibition includes 21 artists working in a variety of media, including painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, film, site-specific installation and performance. The artists are M.F.A. candidates in SU’s College of Visual and Performing Arts.
The exhibition will run April 4-May 12 in the Shaffer Art Building, with an opening night reception from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, April 4.
“The eNth Degree: MFA 2013” unites a group of artists working exponentially beyond the confines of their studied fields, taking their work to a new level art making. The 21 included in this year’s exhibition create artwork using a contemporary methodology that transcends the pre-conceived definitions of artist’s roles, instead incorporating the materials and processes from their chosen disciplines into a grander scheme of art making. Ceramicist Joel Weissman takes porcelain molds, once used as a therapeutic craft for patients in a psychiatric hospital, and cast them in iron, rather than clay. Printmaker Tonja Torgerson uses her knowledge of print processes to create site-specific installations: portraits of female figures dealing with physical and mental sickness. Sculptor Becky Reiser incorporates traditional foundry casting with performance and video to create her intricate narrative—a reflection on domesticity.
Another important element that has pervaded contemporary process is the development of collaborations that these artists employ. Included in “The eNth Degree” will be the Mobile Sauna, a fully functional performance/experience created by the DS Institute: an artistic collaboration that includes Fulbright sculptor Maximilian Bauer (MFA ’12), steam expert ceramicist Zach Dunn (MFA ‘12), artist/social engineer Caitlin Foley, interactive installation artist Misha Rabinovich and media artist Jennifer Chan. Also included in “MFA 2013” is SUBPAR, the Syracuse Urban Beautification Public Art Resistance, a public arts initiative created by exhibiting artists Tonja Torgerson and Joel Weissman.
The exhibition and programs are free and open to the public. Complete information and related programming is available by visiting the official exhibition website at suart.syr.edu/