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Regarding Place

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Come out this Friday, June 25, for the opening of the exhibition Regarding Place, curated by Jana Harper.  Two of my recent paintings, love seat and where we stand is beginning to end, are included in the show.  There will be plenty of other work to see, as this is a part of a larger exhibition series.  You can read more about it here.  The opening is from 6-8 p.m. at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild, Two Oak Knoll Park, Clayton, MO, 63105.  The exhibition will be on view through August 20, and regular gallery hours are 12-4 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.

new work

installation view with bench

installation view with bench

Friday’s opening was an enjoyable one, thanks to the large crowd that didn’t seem to want to go home.  I had a real sense of accomplishment seeing the 12 pieces on the wall and under the lights, with six of the paintings being finished very recently– some as late as March 2nd.  Many thanks to Ellen Gochnour for orchestrating the exhibition, which will be on view through March 26.  I have included images of the most recent work, below.

love seat, oil on canvas, 54x 64, 2010

love seat, oil on canvas, 54x 64, 2010

annunciation, oil on canvas, 41x 30, 2010

annunciation, oil on canvas, 41x 30, 2010

we’ll work with what we’ve got, oil on canvas, 50 x 46, 2010

where we stand is beginning to end, oil on canvas, 50 x 46, 2010

a tree for our sorrow: memorial, oil on canvas, 40x 54, 2010

a tree for our sorrow: memorial, oil on canvas, 40x 54, 2010

a tree for our joy: memorial, oil on panel, 9.25x 10.5, 2010

a tree for our joy: memorial, oil on panel, 9.25x 10.5, 2010

our geometry is a fiction of cleanliness, oil on canvas, 64x 54, 2010

our geometry is a fiction of cleanliness, oil on canvas, 64x 54, 2010