I submitted my lithograph, Grinning Gator, to the Puget Printheads International Exchange.

The Puget Printheads International Exchange and Exhibition at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom had 42 entries from a variety of places such as Zimbabwe, China, Poland.

The exchange is on view  from June 25th through August 17, 2012 at the Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Art Gallery.

I participated in the La Calaca Printmaking  Exchange Portfolio organized by Carlos Barberena of La Calaca Press.

The Kiss, 2012

The portfolio will be on view at:

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS:

1- Expressions Graphics. – July 2012 –
Reception: July 20th, 7:00PM – 10:00PM.
29 Harrison Street, Oak Park, IL 60304. USA. www.expressionsgraphics.org
2- Atelier International – Art Gallery. – October 2012 –
Opening Reception: October 5th, 6:00PM – 10:00PM
505 S. Water Street, Corpus Christi, TX 78401. USA. www.aiartgallery.com
3- Museo Antiguo Convento de San Francisco. – November 2012 –
Opening Reception: November 2nd, 7:00PM. Granada, Nicaragua.

http://www.museoscentroamericanos.net/museos_nicaragua/convento_san_francisco/museo_antiguo.htm

To view the accepted artists in the 2012 Portfolio

Carlos Barberena has been uploading images from the portfolio daily at:
http://calacapressinternationalprintexchange.blogspot.com/

I attended the Frogman’s Print Workshop for the first time this summer in Vermillion, South Dakota. It was a fabulous experience and I look forward to attending again next summer. I was enrolled in Ryan O’Malley’s session on Mezzotint printing. Other instructor’s at the workshop for Session One included: Melissa Harshman, Dennis McNett, Andrew Kosten, Mary Jones, Beauvais Lyons, Lenore Thomas, and Jason Ruhl.

During Frogman’s Print Workshop 2012 Dennis McNett’s class created The Unibeagloyote of Vermillion.

From Dennis McNett’s Flicker Stream of the The Unibeagloyote of Vermillion:

“The Wolfbat tribe continues to grow and migrate across the continents. Their last stop was in Vermillion,SD where the tribe met with the Eagle, Bear, Coyote, and Unicorn clans of the Wolfbat. These clans with their combined essences…. bear (strength), Coyote (camaraderie), Eagle (freedom), and Unicorn (creativity) … conjured the great Unibeagloyote to disperse these essences to the Wolfbat tribe. This was a collaborative project for the Frogman’s printmaking workshop in Vermillion, SD July 2012”

The beast was filled with fireworks and ignited for a spectacular performance at The River. Monica Marie Garcia sung at the bonfire. It was a resonating experience!

My lithograph, The Rapture, was recently accepted into the International Juried Exhibition of Works on Paper 2012!

The 1212 Gallery’s latest international competition, is a dynamic collection of 40 works on paper from 40 artists. Juror Richard Waller, Executive Director of University Museums, University of Richmond, selected the finalists from 481 images submitted by 139 artists. A Picasa Photo Album is available for the finalists listed below.

The show closes August 12th.

About the Juror

Richard Waller is the Executive Director of University Museums, University of Richmond, including the Harnett Museum, the Joel and Lila Harnett Print Study Center and the Lora Robins Gallery of Design from Nature. He received his master of fine arts degree from Yale University after graduating from Mankato State University in Minnesota. He also received a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin in Madison.

Before joining the University in 1990, Waller worked at the Brooklyn Museum of Art for 19 years and taught at New York’s Parsons School of Design. He has been a curator, judge and organizer of many historical and contemporary art exhibitions and has written extensively on visual art.
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Finalists

Geoffrey Agrons (Kensington, CA)
Marcelle Benhamou (Lyon, France)
Kelly Blevins (Pittsburgh, PA)
Tanya Brodsky (Los Angeles, CA)
Heather Bryant (Norfolk, VA)
Gary Cawood (Little Rock, AR)
Everitt Clark (Alexandria, VA)
Randy Clark (Brookings, SD)
George Collier (Richmond, VA)
Carly Connelly (Chicago, IL)
Ellen Delaney (Alexandria, VA)
Kristin Gaudio Endsley (London, England)
Michael Flicek (Casper, WY)
Ernie Fournet (New Iberia, LA)
Joelle Francht (New Hope, PA)
Jenny Freestone (Takoma Park, MD)
Ronna Gardner (Charlotte, NC)
Robin Gibson (State College, PA)
Bill Gilmore (Richmond, VA)
Christian Gregory (Midlothian, VA)
Colleen Hall (Richmond, VA)
Jeff Deane Hall (Richmond, VA)
Stephanie Halley (Oklahoma City, OK)
Richard Hricko (Philadelphia, PA)
Louis Joyner (Richmond, VA)
Jenee Mateer (Baltimore, MD)
Shaun McCallum (Atlanta, GA)
Tim McCourt (Mississippi State, MS)
Bertrand Morin (Richmond, VA)
Kathryn Neale (Ballwin, MO)
Paula No (Bad Abbach, Germany)
Drew Phillips (Monroe, MI)
Henry Stindt (Greenville, NC)
D. B. Stovall (Rockville, MD)
Ken Szmagaj (Harrisonburg, VA)
Sander Terbruggen (Tiel, Netherlands)
Tim Tozer (Minneapolis, MN)
Maureen Vachon (Berkley, MI)
Ann Webster (Richmond, VA)
John Wolfer (Loveland, OH)

My lithograph, Virginia, was accepted into the 15th Annual National Small Works, Washington Printmakers Gallery.
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August 1-26

My works The Rapture and Westward were accepted into the juried exhibition Virginia Artists 2012 at the Charles H. Taylor Center in Hampton, Virginia. The exhibition is on view until August 26th.

I was invited to participate in the I Like Soup exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

May 26 to August 19

I just paint things I always thought were beautiful, things you use every day and never think about. I’m working on soups, and I’ve been doing some paintings of money. I just do it because I like it.
– Andy Warhol, Time Magazine, May 11, 1962

From the Museum of Contemporary Art:

As MOCA and the Hampton Roads community celebrates the Andy Warhol: Portraits exhibition, we wanted to take a moment to explore Warhol’s idea of a tin soup can and the many ways in which popular culture influences artists today. A plain, unused tin can was given to a selection of local, national and internationally recognized contemporary artists. They were asked to reinterpret the can and use it in the creation of their own art.

Each original can is for sale on MOCA’s website (coming soon). The proceeds from the sales will help benefit MOCA’s educational programs and the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia. With your help we can provide nourishment for the heads, hearts and stomachs of the people in our community.

See also:

Andy Warhol: Portratis

Click to see images and purchase cans.

List of participating artists:

Lauren  Albert
Glenn Arthur
Monée Bengtson
Eric Thomas Bostrom
Heather Bryant
Diana Caramat
Amy Chan
Kris Chau
Nomi Chi
Luke Chueh
Doug Clarke
Dominique Fung
Susie Ghahremani
Christine K. Harris
Charlie Immer
JoKa
Sarah Joncas
Ewelina Koszykowski
kozyndan
Elizabeth Levesque
Jason Levesque
Jason Limon
Jim Mahfood
Dan May
Soey Milk
Dave (davmo)  Morris
Buddy  Nestor
Raymond Nordwall
Charmaine Olivia
Amanda Outcalt
Conrad Roset
Alan Skees
Kristen  Skees
Sayaka Suzuki
Eveline Tarunadjaja
Casey Weldon
Chet Zar

Erin Cross and I visited New York City this summer. We took the Sprinter Bus and stayed at the Roosevelt Hotel. While we were there we visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Folk Art Museum, Museum of Modern Art, and Kathy Caraccio’s Printing Studio. We ate breakfast at the Tick Tock Diner everyday that we were there.

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