I’m very excited to announce that my work is now being represented by two galleries, both international:
1340 Gallery (Netherlands) is hosting some of my smaller works, and has them available for sale on their website.
PrimoPiano gallery (Italy) is carrying some of my smaller works (and one large piece, which is a personal favorite), and exhibiting others at shows in southern Italy.
If you follow my Instagram account, you may have seen me gush about sending my work off to my first international group show in Brindisi. I just got the initial photos back from the event, and it looks amazing: Riccardo did a fantastic job curating the show and wrangling us artists and our work (and handling all the international shipping drama). You can see the photos, including the press conference and opening night here!
It’s up through early January, so if you’re in the area go take a look (and let me know what you think!)
Recently I set a goal to work towards gallery representation for my art (if I say it publicly, then I’m committed to doing the work, right?) and one of my first steps in that is to update my art page with some more recent (and organized!) samples, plus create a publicly-accessible artist’s CV. I am still in the early stages of my two current projects (Magic/k and Southern Wilds, which doesn’t have any completed pieces yet), so the boundaries around what those are and how I describe them will evolve as time goes on. I’ll also be adding more images to my portfolio soon as I get everything photographed, so check back regularly for updates!