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I wanted to take the opportunity to write a big ole thank you to 3S Artspace for hosting the first ever (Y)ART SALE (like a yard sale, but w art!) and an even BIGGER thank you to all of you who bought work! 

I'll be at 3S this June printing a giant woodcut, so be on the lookout for updates about that!

  A whole world made up of impossible tiny moments; bits of the past world peeking out behind it.

A whole world made up of impossible tiny moments; bits of the past world peeking out behind it.

In other news, my piece A whole world made up of impossible tiny moments; bits of the past world peeking out behind it. (ridiculously lengthy title, I'm aware, lol) was selected from a pool of 330 artworks to be included in the 17th ArtsWorcester Biennial; The show was juried by Samantha Cataldo, Assistant Curator of the Currier Museum of Art. 

The Exhibition opens Friday, May 5, from 6-8, with some big prizes announced that evening - there will be refreshments and live music, so be there if you can!

If you can't make it on opening night, there will also be a Biennial Viewing Party with food trucks, and a DJ - Friday, May 19, from 6-9!

 Attendees of  Square's  opening reception looking at my piece  Hide-n-go-seek (in the pool)

Attendees of Square's opening reception looking at my piece Hide-n-go-seek (in the pool)

 Attendees of  Square's  opening reception looking at my piece  Hide-n-go-seek (in the pool)

Attendees of Square's opening reception looking at my piece Hide-n-go-seek (in the pool)

 

I'd like to give one more shout-out here to the Derryfield School and NHIA for coming together to organize Square, an exhibit of square artworks by the NHIA community. While I couldn't make it to the reception, there appeared to be a pretty good turn out, and Beck Barsi, manager of the Lyceum Gallery was kind enough to send along some photographs from the opening. 

 

 

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