I am thrilled to report that the fourth collage from my Japan Series has been selected to be a part of the Cambridge Art Association’s juried exhibit, “Visual Feast,” at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery through April, 2019. This exhibit is a delight to the eyes, bursting with color and juiciness. My collage/mixed media piece is a slight departure from my usual work. It is larger and makes use of other elements, such as a fish stamp. The piece depicts a sea to table theme. I wanted to honor some of the people involved in the process—from those who prepare the fish for market, to those who cook it, to those who serve it. You can see that in some of the dishes the fish is simply prepared and in others it is more elaborately prepared, not resembling its initial form.
From June 15th to September 6th, I am excited to report that I will be exhibiting my work in a show titled, "From the Observed to the Imagined: A Triptych of Photographs, Watercolors, and Collages." The show will take place at the Cambridge Health Associates (CHA) at 335 Broadway in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
As with my previous show at Healthworks, I will organize my work around themes with a focus on summer, water, flowers and landscape, light, and place in keeping with the season. The "Triptych" of the show's title refers not only to my three media by is aldo a play on the word "triptik," which conjures up visions of travel. CHA has provided me with a generous amount of wall space on two levels, so I hope to exhibit about two dozen pieces. The works are for sale.
I will hold a reception on Friday, June 17th, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. In addition to the exhibited work, I will have a portfolio of other work available at reduced prices. Everyone is welcome. There is parking in the back for non-Cambridge residents. I look forward to seeing you.