So excited that “System III Colin: Produced Rough Seas Along The East” has found a new home in Washington D.C. Colin is now a part of the US Department of State Art Bank Program. I am so honored to be included in their works on paper collection.
Considerable Uncertainty Remains opens this week on Thursday, May 17th at @theprintcenter Philadelphia. Artist talk at 5:30 pm and reception from 6:00pm - 7:30 pm. Would love to see you there!
Landed in Philly and just wrapped up installing #considerableuncertaintyremains. Head to @theprintcenter to see some more shots of install.... I’ll be back in town when the show opens next Thursday, May 17th. Excited to see #hurricaneirma installed in such a cool space with such tall ceilings. As a @tyleralum, it is great to be back in this city and I am having all the feels!!!
Don, tropical depression four, and Phillippe are just about resolved. Just a few more pieces here and there and some paint on the frames. Exploring layout! #considerableuncertaintyremains opens next week on May 17th.
Work in progress for philly #tropicalstormdon #don #pink
Sometimes the storms never get a name: this was almost tropical storm Don but never got quite strong enough. Instead, this one is known simply as Tropical Depression Four. As for Don...I’m working on him right now! Trying to crank out a bunch of little ones this week for #considerableuncertaintyremains opening May 17th in Philadelphia
Prepping for Philly this week! definitely a lot of storms swirling around the studio right now. #Repost @theprintcenter with @get_repost ・・・ 92nd ANNUAL International Competition Solo Exhibitions *** Daniel W. Coburn: Becoming a Specter | Julie Anne Greenberg: Considerable Uncertainty Remains | Jacob Koestler: Copy of a Copy | May 18 — August 4, 2018 *** Opening Reception: Thursday, May 17, 6:00 – 7:30pm | Gallery Talk by the Artists: Thursday, May 17, 5:30pm *** Three artists were selected from the 10 Finalists to receive solo exhibitions in spring/summer 2018 at The Print Center, Philadelphia. *** Visit our website for more details. *** #ThePrintCenter #92ndANNUAL #phlarts #philly #VisitPhilly #philly #phillyart #phillyartist #philadelphia #ContemporaryArts
#Nicole detail. She’s about 3’ by 3’ wide and is at least 4 inches deep. Time to build a frame and add any last pieces. This one was an adventure to build and make and I took a break from her for a little while. Glad to wrap this big storm up for #considerableuncertaintyremains in philly next month.
#irma is taking over the studio and has been relocated to a temporary installation space. The plan is for her to make her appearance in Philly next month, but I am planning for her to at least triple in size...
Taking a break from Irma to wrap up some tropical storms that I have been itching to resolve. #cindy is taking shape and excited to go to Philadelphia for my solo show at The Print Center this May! #considerableuncertaintyremains
So excited to bring my storms to Philadelphia this May! #Repost @theprintcenter with @get_repost ・・・ Announcing the 2018 Solo Exhibition Award Winners from The 92nd ANNUAL International Competition *** We are pleased to announce the artists selected to receive Solo Exhibitions: Daniel W. Coburn, Julie Anne Greenberg and Jacob Koestler *** We extend thanks to our esteemed jurors Keliy Anderson-Staley, Assistant Professor of Photography and Digital Media at the University of Houston in Texas and Katherine Ware, Curator of Photography at the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe, who selected the 10 finalists and 35 semifinalists from the 420 international artists who applied. @andersonstaley *** Daniel W. Coburn was born in San Bernardino, CA. Coburn holds a BFA in Art from Washburn University, Topeka and an MFA in Photography from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Coburn is a recipient of a 2017 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship. He currently serves as Assistant Professor of Photo Media at the University of Kansas, Lawrence. *** Julie Anne Greenberg is originally from New Jersey and currently lives and works in Raleigh, NC. She holds a BFA in Sculpture from Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia and an MFA in Printmaking from The Ohio State University, Columbus. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at Wake Technical Community College, Raleigh. Her works have most recently been exhibited at The Mint Museum, Charlotte; SCOPE Miami Beach fair; University of Utah, Salt Lake City; and University of North Carolina, Wilmington. *** Jacob Koestler is an artist and musician from Johnstown, PA. He holds a BS in Photography from The Art Institute of Pittsburgh and an MFA from the Photography and Integrated Media program at Ohio University, Athens. He currently lives and works in Cleveland, Ohio, where he is a lecturer in the Photography + Video Department at The Cleveland Institute of Art. @american_spirit *** Congratulations to all of the selected artists and thank you to everyone who submitted! *** Images: Daniel W. Coburn, Untitled, 2017; Julie Anne Greenberg, System IX Hermine; Labor Day Weekend Worry
So I’m doing some experimental drawings/paintings this week as I plan for some new formats/series. Thinking back to the monster drawing rally last August and how much fun it was to work with such immediacy. I do these little sketches all the time before making my storms but have been having the urge to really explore the drawings lately.
Hermine is so excited to be included in the 2018 NC Fine Arts Exhibition this year! She promises to behave herself during the exhibition in the Betty Ray McCain Gallery. The opening is this Sunday, March 4th. The preview is from 3:00 to 4:00pm with a jurors lecture at 4:00. A reception follows at 5:00 if you would like to visit her. Thank you @ncartistsexhibition for sharing my work!