Interdisciplinary. Community. Advocacy. Humor.
Paul Robeson Gallery, Rutgers University, Newark Campus
Sep 01 2015 - Dec 17 2015
Opening reception Thursday, September 10, 5-7pm
Plants are the foundation on which most visible life on the planet exists. They are under stress, with diminishing natural environments and the very real possibility that many plants may become extinct even before humans are aware of their existence. This exhibition will explore the nature of plants and how humans interact with them, from the forest to the home.
Artists in this exhibition: Thea Clark, John Edmark, Dana Fritz, Jim Jacobs, Ming-Jer Kuo, Jessica Lagunas, Sam Metcalf, Lina Puerta, Lindsay M. Robbins, Martina Shenal, Linda Stillman, Adam Swart, Yeon Ji Yoo, Rachel Yurkovich.
Find my work at:
Velvet Da Vinci
Cyan Silhouettes, Houston Center of Contemporary Crafts,
curator Kathryn Hall (2 person)
Multiple Exposures : Jewelry and Photography, Museum of Arts and Design, NYC, curator Ursula Ilse Neuman (group)
The Quick and the Deep, New Jersey Center of Visual Arts, curator Mary Birmingham (solo installation)
New Jersey State Council on the Arts Fellowship Exhibition, Long Beach Island Foundation, Harvey Cedars, NJ
La Frontera @ Museo Franz Mayer, Mexico City traveling to Velvet Da Vinci
Suspended in Pink 2013 traveling to:
The Atrium Gallery,School of Jewellery, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Studio Gabie Green, Munich, Germany
Heidi Lowe Gallery, Delaware, US
2012, New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Individual Artist Fellowship
Interview NYTimes Local Blog
Push Jewelry, Lark Books (Arthur Hash, Marthe LeVan)
Showcase 500 Art Necklaces, juror Chunghi Choo, Lark Books
Jewelbook, International Annual of Contemporary Jewelry 12/13, Sticting Kunstboek, Belgium
Art Jewelry Today Volume 3, Schiffer Publishing, 2011
500 Felted Objects, Lark Books, 2011
Art Jewelry Magazine, numerous issues Gallery section
New Jersey Metal Arts Guild- co-founder
My work in the studio is spent going back and forth between mining the old ideas and ushering in the new. Truthfully my mind is many steps ahead of my hands. I think I have always lived with creative insomnia. Restless with things that I've explored before, wanting to push into the unknown, living with the risk and challenge that comes with that territory is easier for me than boredom.
Once I have an idea I have to judge my commitment to it. Is it urgent enough that I must…Continue