Really happy to have my Borderland woodcut and some etchings in this exhibition at Camiba Art curated by Emerson Granillo. We'll be giving artist talks Sunday October 7th from 1-3pm. Past and Present showcases artist who are using old mediums to have current conversations and present mediums to continue old conversations. The works included in this exhibition range in media and depict different narratives and realities. Pulling from different histories, perspectives and concepts allows for the artist to mediate and express themselves through their practice... Annalise Gratovich is using one of the oldest mediums, wood carving to explore themes of displacement and the search for home, settling and heritage of womanhood. Read more about the exhibition on the Camiba Art website.
I'll be going to Houston for my favorite print fair of the year- It Came From The Bayou! Printmakers from across the country will be showing prints in the banquet hall of St Arnold Brewing on Sunday April 22. This event is not to be missed! Read more here.
Sending some etchings to these two exhibitions at M2 Gallery in Little Rock. Visit their website to learn more.
Pleased to be exhibiting with a stellar lineup of woodcut artists at the Art Gym Denver in a national exhibition of giant prints curated by Greg Santos. This show kicks off a month long printmaking festival called Mo'Print. Read more about the exhibition on Art Gym's website and click here to read a review of the show!
Pleased to have my big woodcuts in this exhibition of Flatbed works at the Wichita Falls Museum of Art. Read more about the exhibition on the WFMA website here and in an article about the exhibition published here.