Boston Globe review of American Genre

Nice review by Cate McQuaid of American Genre: Contemporary Painting now at the ICA Maine College of Art.  I'm happy to have my work reproduced in this thoughtful review. My favorite lines: "Imposing parameters engages an artist with centuries of precedent, and invites maverick reinvention. Some works melt, sway, and give way to abstraction, as if capturing time’s passage in one image." click to see: In Portland, taking painting to unexpected places.

American Genre: Contemporary Painting

The ICA at Maine College of Art

On view from July 20, 2017 – September 15, 2017
Exhibition Reception: Thursday, July 20, 2017, 5:00–8:00pm

American Genre: Contemporary Painting is curated by artist, writer, and curator Michelle Grabner.

Artists include: 

Still Life: Gina Beavers, Dana DeGiulio, Wendy Edwards, Francesca Fuchs, Hope Gangloff, Evan Gruzis, Angelina Gualdoni, Magalie Guerin, Jessica Halonen, Jonn Herschend, Tucker Nichols, Aliza Nisenbaum, Walter Robinson, Roger White, Griff Williams, Kelly S. Williams, Emi Winter, Mathew Zefeldt

Portraiture: Herman Aguirre, Lucas Ajemian, Deborah Brown, Kristin Calabrese, Brian Calvin, Susanna Coffey, Angela Dufresne, Andreas Fischer, Howard Fonda, Richard Hull, José Lerma, Keith Mayerson, Frank J. Stockton, Henry Taylor, Storm Tharp, Kehinde Wiley

Landscape: Dan Attoe, Peter Barrickman, Amy Bennett, Michael Berryhill, Patrick Chamberlain, Ann Craven, Paula Crown, Cynthia Daignault, Rackstraw Downes, Mari Eastman, Shara Hughes, Brad Killam, Eva Lundsager, Tyson Reeder, John Riepenhoff, Claire Sherman, Gail Spaien, Spencer Sweeney, Emily Sundblad

P-Town Pop-Up

Glad to have this work from 10 years ago in P-Town Pop-Up, organized by Beth Kantrowitz at Gallery 444, Provincetown, MA, July 2017.