Howdy y’all, I certainly hope summer has been treating everyone well. If anyone feels like seeing some art, I will have work at the following exhibitions:
|Atra Mors, by artist Fotios Fzemenides|
My new print “Atra Mors” will be shown for the first time as part of the touring print exhibition: Pipelines and Borderlines: People can’t drink oil! From August 17th until August26th at Expressions Graphics in Oak Park with an opening reception this Friday from 6-9:30 pm. On Saturday the 18th at 2pm, one of the participating artists, Rene Arceo, will give a talk about the history of political printmaking in Mexico.
Oak Park, IL 60304
There is also a Kickstarter campaign to help expand the reach of the project:http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/425338208/people-cant-drink-oil-print-portfolio-project
It is currently showing at Axis Gallery’s 7thNational Juried Exhibition which is running now through August 26th.
1517 19th St
It will also be at the Alexandria Museum of Art’s 25th September Juried Competition that runs from September 21 through November 24with an opening reception Friday, September 21 from 6-9 pm and a gallery talk led by the juror Linda Stein on Thursday, September 27 from 6-8 pm.
933 Second Street
Four of my prints will be part of the West Tampa Center for the Arts’ sociopolitical art event called "Common Sense" which is taking place during the Republican National Convention from Monday August 27th through Thursday August 30th.
1906 N Armenia Avenue
Tampa, FL 33607
My print “Beta Conflagration” will be showing at the St. Louis Artist Guild’s exhibition:Lay of the Landform August 24th through October 21st with an opening reception Friday, August 24th from 6-9pm.
Two Oak Knoll Park
Also this upcoming fall three of my prints from the series: “The Four” will be part of Prescott College’s Popular Campaigns and Political Culture exhibition that runs from November 2 through December 7.
220 Grove Avenue
Prescott, AZ 86301
As a note, the prints “Atra Mors” and the series “Heroes/Villains” were made possible by a Community Arts Assistance Program Grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.Links: