Sadly, WWA will not be doing any more shows for the time being. But I am glad to have had the opportunity to exhibit with them!
Monday, December 9, 2013
I've gotten behind with updating my blog, but I wanted to mention two shows I participated in that opened back in the fall at WWA Gallery. "Time Will Tell" was a group show curated by Julian Callos and opened October 12th. It featured the works of artists like Ken Garduno, Tom Haubrick and Casey Weldon. I did this piece in response to the theme of the show, imagining a boy and his dog stranded in the ocean, adrift on a wooden boat, not knowing where they will end up.
"Horrorwood 2" opened on November 16th. This was the second time I participated in this group show and the theme was anything that paid homage to classic horror cinema. I have always loved the silent German expressionist classic, "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, so I decided to do a portrait of Caesare the murderous somnambulist.