I will have a solo show opening August 9th from 7-9pm at the Cornelius Arts Center, 19725 Oak Street, Cornelius, NC 28031. It's a mixture of new work and some older favorites. Come on out during the Second Friday Cornelius Art Crawl!
09/10/12 Filigree Fealties
I'm proud to announce the opening of my new solo show "Filigree Fealties".
It will be featured in the Pease Gallery at Central Piedmont Community College in Uptown Charlotte, September 10th through October 24th. The Opening will be September 13th from 5:30 to 7:30.
07/22/12 "Word Up: The Intersection of Text and Image"
I have been chosen to participate in a group show that is being featured at The North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh. It opened this week and features five other North Carolina artists besides myself. I'm looking forward to to seeing the show as a whole, and checking out the other selected works. It runs through January of 2013, so there is plenty of time for everyone to check it out if you happen to be in town.
I have just completed a huge commission work for a new restaurant in uptown Charlotte. The establishment is called 5 Church, and it looks phenomenal. It will be opening this weekend 05/18/12 and I personally can't wait! Big thanks to the Reaching Quiet Design team for their help.
I will be a featured artist at Palate to Palette this year at the McColl Center for Visual Art. It looks to be a great evening. All pertinent info and tickets can be found through the link!
Will have a new small work in a group show called "Tiny Paradise" at Genome Gallery in downtown on the 19th. Lots of talented people in this one and it should be a great night and show! Here's the link...
I have been chosen to participate in the exhibition "Dream Makers and Risk Takers" at TEDxCharlotte 2011. TEDxCharlotte will take place October 15th at Queens University, in Charlotte, North Carolina.
I have a new piece in "Survival of the Fittest-Big Game Animals" at Baku Gallery in Charlotte. It's opening this Friday night, from 6-9pm, and features a whole mess of other artists as well. It'll be up through August 31st and is located at 3200 N. Davidson St, Charlotte, NC.
I'm currently Charlotte Viewpoint's featured artist.
04/13/11 Opening Reception @ the McColl Center
Opening reception to celebrate my, and several others (awesome, I might add) new residency at The McColl Center for Visual Art is happening this Friday, April 15th. Come celebrate tax day with us by drinking free wine and looking at art yo!
Here's the link: www.mccollcenter.org/blog/view/160/open?
04/02/11 "Figuratively Speaking"
There's a group show this month at Gallery Twenty-two, "Figuratively Speaking". I have some new work up, smaller drawings and prints!
03/23/11 Shameless Plug!
Looks like I'm featured on Vivianite this month! Pretty awesome! Go by and check it out.
03/10/11 Visiting Artist at McColl Center for Visual Art/New Interview
Just wanted to let everyone know that I've been chosen as a summer visiting artist for 2011. I'll be at the center from April 11th to May 28th. Can't wait to see what I come up with...
Also, there's an show review/interview with me from the November show at Twenty-Two if anybody wants to check that out.
01/26/11 "Word Processing" at Cabarrus County Arts Council
I'm in a group show in downtown Concord at the Cabarus County Arts Council. If you are around come check it out! Here's the info...
"Word Processing includes paintings, ceramics, word press and mixed media by Nancy Baker, Noyes Capehart, Vicki Essig, Ann Harwell, Warren Hicks, Michael Klauke, Kenn Kotara, Nathaniel Lancaster, Scott Lowrey, Sandra Meyer, Leah Palmer Preiss, Mary Lou Sussman, Beth J. Tarkington, Kelly Thiel, Barbara Yale-Read and Jessica C. White.
The Galleries are located at 65 Union Street S in Cabarrus County’s 1876 historic courthouse.
Three of the artists will present a Gallery Talk and Demonstration, “Getting the Message Across, on Thursday, February 3, at 7 p.m. Klauke, Sussman and Yale-Read will give insights and explanations regarding their work in the Davis Theatre and then demonstrate some of their techniques in The Galleries.
The exhibition will be included in a downtown Concord Art Walk on Friday, February 11, 6-9 p.m. Galleries and shops in downtown Concord will have visual arts displays, entertainment and refreshments. A number of artists will be on hand to talk about their work.
Hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday. The Galleries also will be open regular hours on Saturday, March 5. Group tours can be arranged at other times by appointment. Volunteer docents are available for tours, and there are artwork scavenger hunts for both children and adults. There is no admission charge. For more information, call 704-920-ARTS (2787) or visit www.CabarrusArtsCouncil.org."
Here's a little video as well.
11/03/10 Show opening this Saturday night!
This Saturday night (11/06/10) I'll be having a show opening here in Charlotte "MONSTEROCITIES", at Twenty-two! 7 pm till late! I'll be showing with another gentleman by the name of Matt Hooker, and I got to tell you after seeing the preview it looks pretty good. I've got several brand new pieces and a couple older ones up as well.
If you are around, come on out!
1500 Central Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28205
09/29/10 In the studio.
Furiously working to complete new works that will be delivered in November. Check back soon for more news regarding this, and exciting news about something else happening soon!
8/1/10 "Let the good times roll!"
I will have a deck featured in the "Let the good times roll." show at Gallery Twenty-Two this coming Saturday night, 08/07/10. It's a fundraising show to start a local non-profit for kids in the area that would like to spend their time skating, instead of getting in trouble.
Will start at 7 pm, and if you would like to check it out (AROUND 70 LOCAL SKATERS AND ARTISTS CONTRIBUTED! SHOULD BE A FUN TIME!) come on out and have a blast. I will.
NoDa News Artist of the Month!
I am this month's NoDa News Artist of the Month! Look for me in the paper floating around the neighborhood right now. If you have any questions, let me know!
There's a short interview with me at the opening of the "Carolina's Got Art" show last October here in Charlotte. I think I come out sounding okay for being put right on the spot like that. It happens about 3:55 in, but feel free to watch the whole thing.
Thanks to Don Stewart at www.Artistchronicle.com.
After a LONG time in the thinking about making it department, this overdue project is finally underway. Older work will be posted as it is digitized.