Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
August 27, 2010 — October 10, 2010
In working toward its mission to create exchanges among art, artists, and audiences that reveal life, the Salina Art Center relies upon creative partnerships with artists who serve their communities as progressive thinkers, leaders, and agents of culture and positive change. The Artist Exchange, initiated in 2006, is one such partnership. Each year, six Kansas artists—working independently or collaboratively in their studios—meet regularly for eight to ten months to share ideas, develop formal skills, and to support each other’s artistic practices. This rigorous interaction culminates in an exhibition at the Salina Art Center, featuring the work produced during this period.
Artists participating in this year’s program include: Shin-hee Chin (McPherson), Priti Cox (Salina), Matthew Hilyard (Andover), Michael Krueger (Lawrence), Michelle Meade (Salina), and Debbie Wagner (Bennington).
Artist Exchange is made possible in part by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services and the R.C. Kemper Charitable Trust, UMB Bank, n.a., Corporate Trustee.
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
group show in Malmö Sweden
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Group Show in SF
I am super stoked to be a part of this show with a great line up of artists at a superb gallery.
IT'S MY WORLD
July 24 - August 28, 2010
Opening Reception: Saturday, July 24th, 4-7pm
Castaneda / Reiman
Baer Ridgway Exhibitions is pleased to present It's My World, a group exhibition featuring works by artists responding to ever changing landscapes and the individuality of every environment, whether they be natural, man made or a con-flux of the two. Placing a strong emphasis on the use of unexpected materials, abstracted forms and the examination of time, It's My World is an exhibition of painting, drawing, video and sculpture.
In contrast to the cyclic nature of ecosystems, a landscape is evolutionary, a history of continuous alterations. From geological forces giving rise to land formations to human-mediation and biological invasions, instruments are constantly at work altering landscapes on minute and sublime scales. This exhibition focuses on artists examining these issues as well as their own subjective stance, challenging the viewer to reconcile another unique world view or cosmology not their own.
Images & Information: www.baerridgway.com
Kent Baer & Eli Ridgway
Baer Ridgway Exhibitions
172 Minna Street, San Francisco, CA 94105