Solo exhibition: “Let’s Fight Till Six and Then Have Dinner” at Kaleid Gallery in San Jose

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The installation comprises:
– a series of 49 drawings “The Time has Come” (2012): mixed media on pages of “Alice adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass”, 6″x8″ each – mounted on wood panels
a series of 25 drawings “Alice”: mixed media on pages of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” (2011 and 2012), 11”x14” each – mounted on wooden boards
– a series of short videos.
– a display table
(first photo by Kaleid Gallery)

This installation of drawings and videos is about childhood and its fleeting moments. Everything passes, hence the title, which also refers to the fact that the show opens just a few days before presidential election day. It puts the urge to argue and the hunger for peace in (a childish) perspective.The drawings hung on the backdrop of the giant leaf are made from pages of ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’. I see the world Alice visits – and creates at the same time – as a response to the complicated world we live in. In the series of short videos, I watch my two boys as they grow: the way they see the world, the creatures and the monsters they imagine.

Read a review by Elisabeth Coleman from Art Animal here.

Kaleid Gallery
Artist’s Reception: Friday, November 2, 2012, 7 – 11PM
Part of the Sough Fridays Art Walk.
Exhibitions Dates: November 2 – 30, 2012.

88 South Fourth Street
San Jose, CA 95112
408 947 1785408 947 1785

‘Gilding the Collapse: Artists of the Billboard Art Project’ at Collar Works

June 29th – July 20th / Collar Works
137 4th Street, Troy, NY 12180

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‘Alice’ series and my video “Under My Bed’ are part of the group show

From the PR:
Gilding the Collapse: Artists of the Billboard Art Project

Collar Works is pleased to announce Gilding the Collapse: Artists of the Billboard Art Project, a group exhibition of eighteen artists curated by area artist Jennifer Hunold, presented in conjunction with the Billboard Art Project coming early July to Fuller Road in Albany.

Artist chosen for this exhibition previously exhibited work for The Billboard Art Project in cities across the U.S. The Billboard Art Project acquires digital billboards normally used for advertising and re-purposes them as roadside galleries. From July 2nd through July 15th on Fuller Road in Albany, a digital billboard will be transformed into a 24-hour, two week long art exhibition featuring local and national artists.

Exhibiting artists: Monica Carrier, Lynn Cazabon, Katie Cercone, David Colagiovanni, Erin Desmond, Aubrey Edwards, Michele Guieu, Phillip Hanson, Melissa Haviland, CJ Hungerman, Joanna Kidd, Keith W. C. Lemley, Lorraine McDonnell, François Paire, Oliver Pauk, Jesse Robinson, Nicole Tschampel, and Kimberly Witham.

In conjunction with The Billboard Art Project Albany exhibition
On Fuller Road from July 2nd through July 15th / 24 hours a day every day
More info here.

Alice (Wall #2) @ Kaleid Gallery, San Jose

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I have a new version of “Alice” installed at Kaleid Gallery right now in San Jose.
I painted the wall and hanged one drawing (paint and ink) on pages of “Alice in Wonderland”.
11″x7″. Size of the wall:8’x4′.

Next South First Fridays is March 2, 2012 at 7:00pm.
See Wall #1 here.

Kaleid Gallery
88 So. Fourth St.
San Jose, CA
(408) 947 1785(408) 947 1785

Alice (Wall#1) @ Kaleid Gallery, San Jose

I have a version of “Alice” installed at Kaleid Gallery right now in San Jose.
This is a series of 5 from a larger series of drawings (paint and ink) on pages of “Alice in Wonderland”.
11″x7″ and 5.5″x7″ each. Size of the wall:8’x4′.

Next South First Fridays is February 3, 2012 at 7:00pm.

Kaleid Gallery
88 So. Fourth St.
San Jose, CA
(408) 947 1785(408) 947 1785