A small interview on designsponge.com
I’ve built a cross-dimensional portal, between this world, and one that exists in my mind. A dog I tried to extract, in it’s travels back and forth from reality to imagination, multiplied. And in crossing the mind/body barrier, variations caused by fluctuations in time, space, materials, knowledge and emotions occurred. One creature did not make it in time for my exhibition, but I’ve installed the portal in the gallery so you can see him looking through from the other side.
Come visit these displaced creatures, that belong and don’t belong, at Jane Hartsook Gallery.
Oct 9th – Nov 6th, 2015
Jane Hartsook Gallery
Greenwich House Pottery
16 Jones Street
New York, NY 10014
Here are some better photos of some sculptures I made for the Captain Canoodle show in Mexico City.
Two of my favorite artists/people Aya Kakeda, Sara Varon and I have been collaborating as Captain Canoodle. Here is a poster we made together for our show in Mexico City! It will be available as a silkscreen!
We will make an installation as Captain Canoodle and also have some individual works.
I made some little sculptures.
Opening: June 27th
Stop by if you are in the area!
Amatlan 105, Col. Condesa. Mexico DF. Tel: (55) 63030596
The Captain Canoodle window display that Aya Kakeda, Sara Varon and I made is coming down! Let us serve you monster cookies while you look at our display. Sara made this awesome poster for it.
I opened up an Etsy shop for some of my ceramics.
It’s hard for me to part with them but one can only have so many ceramic animals in the home without making it look like an old lady’s apartment.
Not that there is anything wrong with that, I’m just not ready yet.
So, I am putting some up for adoption. I hope they make it to nice places.
Aya Kakeda, Sara Varon and I made a window display installation for Desert Island, a book store in Williamsburg. It’s a little preview of a show we will have as Captain Canoodle in Mexico City next June. The display should be up until the new year so check it out if you are in Brooklyn! It’s a great store filled with amazing books and art. I would buy everything there if I had the space and $.
540 Metropolitan Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11211
For 3.5 hrs only on half a banquet table at the Renaissance Hotel, I will have some work for show and sale. It will also double as a fortune telling booth so if you’ve ever wondered about your future, stop by!
Friday, June 15th, 6:30-10pm
Rhode Show 2012
5 Avenue of the Arts
Providence, RI 02903
I have some work in the Fall/Winter 2012 Show at Jon Karen Lifestyle Arts in Singapore
Fort Canning Park, Cox Terrace, Singapore
The Bad Luck Club show moves to New York.
I made some watercolors in the theme of bad luck.
“Bad Luck Club~13 Female Artists from Brooklyn”
My Plastic Heart Gallery
210 Forsyth St, NYC
Opening on Sept 30th, 6-9pm
Closes October 30th
In a group show curated by Aya Kakeda featuring art from 13 ladies living in Brooklyn. I’m very happy to be in a show with these talented ladies and will have some new works kind of like this.
Angie Mason • Aya Kakeda • Dan-ah Kim
Eun-Ha Paek • Fumiha Tanaka • Hyesu Lee
Jen Tong • Nina Frenkel • Sakura Maku
Stella Im Hultberg • Tara McPherson
Wendi Koontz • Yunmee Kyong
Jul 8th – Aug 7th, 2011
The Alternative Cafe
1230 Fremont Blvd.
Seaside, CA 93955
One night only! Come check out this Japan Earthquake and Nuclear Crisis Relief Benefit Art Exhibition.
There will be 170 artists’ works for sale, including some prints of my new work with ceramics.
Dear Japan ~ 170 Artists ~ 170 Messages
June 4th, 2011, Saturday 4-8 PM
Art Connect New York Gallery
491 Broadway, 5th Floor
New York, New York 10012
Hunger like the Wolf will screen at Wiesbaden International Weekend of Animation, Wiesbaden, Germany (October 14-17).