It’s great to be apart of the Art Beyond Boundaries Changing Perceptions series with their latest exhibition, Ambidextrous. This exhibition which features the work of artists with and without disabilities, has continually grown in popularity as one of the regions’ most vibrant fine art exhibits. The exhibition will last until January 17, 2014.
The Working in Progress paint by number mural is complete and on display at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. In conjunction with the Freedom Center’s exhibition Passages to Freedom, works by Stephen Marc, 4/27-8/31/2013, I along with my creative team of artists, created an interactive work of art in the form of a paint by number mural that museum goers painted on Saturday May 4th and 11th. I would like to personally thank the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center for all their support with this project. I would like to also thank my team of artists, Christian Harrson (Cincinnati State), Rita Beckman (McNicholas High School) , Previn Noble (Walnut Hills High School), and Visionaries and voices artists Barbara Riddle and Diamond Snowden who all worked with me through the various stages of the project. Most of all, I would like to thank friends, family and the general public for lending their creative touch to the painting. Stop by the Freedom Center from now till September 2nd to see the painting.
I am pleased to announce my latest exhibition at FiveMyles in Brooklyn, NY Polyphonic Playground is an exhibition of recent paintings and drawings that are my vivid testimony to the world around me with imagery that is architectonic lyricism in abstraction. Opening reception: Sat July 13th, 5:30-8 pm. The exhibition will run through July 27th. To RSVP to the event on facebook follow this link
It was an absolute pleasure to return to Camp Create at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center this summer and create artwork that is now on display in Downtown and Over-the-Rhine. In honor of the World Choir Games and our wonderful city of Cincinnati, campers participated in ArtWorks Big Pig Gig and created Pigassos Serenade. Inspired by the paintings of Pablo Picasso and French cubists painter Juan Gris Kennedy Heights artists/campers Amaya Boyd, Freddie Cocheron, LJ Hogue, Kaitlyne Jones, Colin Kelly, Will Kelly,Bess Lindeman, Henry Lindeman, Shamia Mills,Maite Muianga, Paige Murphey, Alexandra O’Malley, Brendel Stadler, D.A.A.P intern Bryn Sharp and myself had one hog of a time painting Pigcassos Serenade. In addition to our monument to Porkopolis students also created musically inspired paintings influenced by my work and the work of Picasso and Gris. These painting are now on exhibit on the 2nd floor of Tower Place Mall and Pigcasso Serenade in currently on display in the new Washington Park in Over–the-Rhine. Thank you campers for such a memorable time.
Opening June 6th in conjunction with the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts is Images, a juried mid-Atlantic regional exhibition for fine art. It’s an honor, to have my work in this nationally recognized exhibition showcasing the work of emerging and established artists. The exhibition will be at the Robeson Gallery in Pennsylvania State University. Opening reception is June 8th and the exhibition will run through July 15th.