Here I’ll be selling New Prints (including prints of paintings from ‘How Could I Say No To You?’), New Stickers, and more!!
Opening Reception April 5, 6-9pm
1816 Frankford Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19125
Would a No by any other name smell as sweet?
Shut-Out, Shut-In or Shut-Up?
That big, hard wall sprung by dismissal creates so many wonderful possibilities! Where, oh where will that sharp left turn bring you? Before you Google what tools you need to split a second for that decision, be aware that in April at 1816 HOUSE Gallery, Autumn will use experimental thought exercises assisted by paint and clay to lead a guided exploration of the prospects at How Could I Say ‘No’ to You? Come discover your ways here.
See Ya then and there!
Pictured print: “Spitting Image” ~ Come to Second State press to see some prints, chat process and work!
Guest curator Roberto Lugo knows the frustration of being artistically pigeonholed by the color of his skin. More Than That: Diversity within Diversity brings together artists of color working in a multiplicity of genres and forms that defy cultural expectations frequently imposed upon artists of color. Lugo explains, “the artists invited not only represent artists of color currently working in ceramics, but the diversity of discourse taking place within our communities.” Presented currently with the 53rd annual NCECA conference in Minneapolis, Minn., this exhibition embodies Claytopia’s conception of a “restless yearning for a more livable, just and meaningful world.” Exhibiting artists include Paul Briggs, Syd Carpenter, Morel Doucet, Ezenwa, Courtney Leonard, Roberto Lugo, Malcolm Mobutu Smith, Sana Musasama, Autumn Wallace, and Diego Valles. Creating socially engaged work, these artists push the field of ceramics to participate with the communities in which artists find themselves.
On Free Day MASS MoCA will throw open the doors to the museum for free and fill the galleries with art-making activities, lively discussion, and pop-up performance. The Studios at MASS MoCA is joining in the fun with an extended Open Studios starting at 3pm! Swing by the Studios after a free visit to the museum to catch work in progress by our newest artists in residence. We have an international group this month with artists from Italy, Portugal, South Korea and the U.S. Come see what they are up to in North Adams. As always, there will be free snacks and drinks! More info below:
Curated by Chelsea Luster, Bond of Knowing explores platonic and romantic intimacy from the perspectives of 25 artists. This exhibition will take place in Stella Elkins Gallery at Tyler School of Art from October 3rd-6th. The opening reception will be held Friday, October 5th from 6:00-9:00 PM.
Featuring works by Heather Steckler, Tessa Ramsey, Victoria L Tertychny, Pablo Alarcon, William Wallace, Lea Magdangal, Lauren Mueller, Judith Madrid, Anthony Romero, Julia Claire Haines, Lucy West, Mary Rose Zuppo, Rowan Price, David Pratt, Suji Kanneganti, Morgan Lloyd, Annie Okonski, Autumn Wallace, Emma Chiaravalli, Sophia Kim, Rachel Savage, Natalie Gillies, Stephanie Pogas, Lizzy Lubitsky, and Nicole Liss.