My solo exhibition Color Coded recently concluded at the Engine Room Art Space in Hagerstown, Maryland. This was an excellent venue, and I really enjoyed the opportunity to exhibit the majority of the anatomically-themed sculptures and drawings from this body of work. Though I’ve taken a break from these pieces over the past couple of years, this exhibit has inspired to revisit the formal and conceptual themes of the Color Coded series in the very near future.
My solo exhibition Color Coded opened recently at Washington and Jefferson College’s Olin Art Gallery, marking the first time that the entire Color Coded series (2005-2012) has been exhibited in the same venue. The most fun part of this show, besides getting nearly a decade’s worth of anatomically-inspired artwork under one roof, was creating a large scale graphite wall drawing specifically for the gallery. Drawing directly on the wall definitely added a fresh new dimension to the overall exhibit, and the monochromatic quality of the graphite was a nice contrast to the layered, multicolored qualities of the works in this series. Color Coded is on display from October 30-December 6, 2015.