In Conversation with Lorene Anderson

In Conversation with Lorene Anderson

This week Markel Fine Arts interviewed me for their weekly artist talks! Read the interview below or on on their blog. Lorene Anderson's hypnotic paintings are abstracted landscapes influenced by the forces of nature. Characterized by their undulating...

Summer Invitational Exhibition at Markel Fine Arts

Summer Invitational Exhibition at Markel Fine Arts

I'm thrilled to be included in a summer invitational group show featuring artwork by Xochi Solis, Anna Buckner, and me at Kathryn Markel Fine Arts in New York, 529 West 20th, Suite 6W, New York, NY 10011. Exhibition runs August 4 through September 3, 2016. Digital...

Golden Foundation Residency

Golden Foundation Residency

In March 2016, I was a lucky recipient of a month-long residency at the Sam & Adele Golden Foundation Residency in New Berlin, New York. Home for a few months, I'm still feeling exhilarated by my experience at Golden. My art practice shifted and was renewed by the...

Art Project Miami 2015

Art Project Miami 2015

Excited to have a brand new painting at Miami Project Art Fair 2015 with K. Imperial Fine Art—check out booth B1 if you're in Miami!  Located at the Deauville Beach Resort, Miami Beach, Dec 1–6. You can see more on K. Imperial Fine Art's Artsy Page.

Lorene Anderson \\ Studio Visit | The Studio Work

Lorene Anderson \\ Studio Visit | The Studio Work

Thank you Elise Morris for interviewing me for the Studio Work blog! The undulating, space distorting paintings of Lorene Anderson will inspire you to look deeper - they seem to move before your eyes - surprising us with their sense of slow movement. So...

The Maddening Fate of the Bad-Boy Female Artist — Vulture

The Maddening Fate of the Bad-Boy Female Artist — Vulture

Dana Schutz and Katherine Bernhardt are among the liveliest American painters to emerge in this country in 15 years, and both opened big new shows over two nights a few weeks ago. Before we get to the exhibitions, a little history to help explain why the reputations...

How Do You Draw Dark Matter? – Studio 360

How Do You Draw Dark Matter? – Studio 360

This interview about art and dark matter really resonated with me as it is something I try to include in my own work, hope you enjoy! "Dark matter" has been in the news again lately as scientists in Switzerland have begun mapping what they believe is its prevalence...

Landscape Multiverse, K. Imperial Fine Arts, San Francisco

Landscape Multiverse, K. Imperial Fine Arts, San Francisco

Just shipped off new paintings to SF! I have my first solo show with K. Imperial Fine Art in San Francisco. Exhibition is March 17 – April 25, 2015. Reception is Thursday, April 2, 5:30 – 7:30 pm. Mark your calendars!

BBC News – David Hockney: Why art has become ‘less’

BBC News – David Hockney: Why art has become ‘less’

Just discovered this article from 2012 about Hockney's view on art, importance of images & looking. Great interview too (video) with a mini-demo of his use of the iPad as a new medium. I'm still thinking about his exhibition last fall at the DeYoung in San...

Last few days at La Porte Peinte art residency

Last few days at La Porte Peinte art residency

My residency at La Porte Peinte Centre pour les Arts (LPP) is going by so quickly. A lot of new paintings and drawings are finished and I have explored quite a bit of the area but there's so much more to see & do, more people to meet, more...

Residency at La Porte Peinte, week 1

Residency at La Porte Peinte, week 1

I'm painting in France this month—ALL month—at La Porte Peinte Centre Pour Les Arts, in Noyers sur Serein, a medieval village in the Burgundy region of France. It's absolutely magical. Today marks one week of this month-long residency. Time spent in the studio...