Her Art: a collection of women’s art
Cerimon House, Portland, Oregon February 3 – March 5
I have one oil pastel in this exhibit with a group of local artists. My picture is a portrait of Berthe Morisot, impressionist painter. Check out cerimonhouse.org for details on exhibit hours.
Future Exhibit Update:
I continue to build on my next exhibit; I Pledge Allegiance: Concepts of Patriotism, Division and Unity. So far, I have completed nine out of a planned 15 original pictures. I then intend to use these images in collage work, which will also be part of this exhibit. I plan to have this exhibit completed by fall of 2019 ready for its first showing in 2020.
I Pledge Allegiance: Concepts of Patriotism, Division and Unity, is an art exhibit responding to our nation’s rhetoric and cultural division. The Take a Knee movement inspired this exhibit. It pushed me to question how a black man’s peaceful posture of being on one knee during the national anthem to highlight police brutality towards black men could be considered disrespectful and unpatriotic. Yet, a white man on a horse with a gun and American flag, riding through a small Oregon town to take over the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is a citizen’s right and patriotic. This is tragic.
I continue to build on this theme and plan to complete 15 art pieces with 10 collage pieces created from prints of the original art work. This exhibit will be ready to show in Fall of 2020.
Other Upcoming Events:
Creating a Day of Memories: Celebrating Artistic Expression in Trans Community
An Iris Stands Tall Exhibit: Cerimon House October 29-November 4, 2018
An Iris Stands Tall Exhibit
The Arts Center, Corvallis Oregon
May 10-June 26, 2019
Thank you to all who supported and shared my exhibit at the Multnomah Arts Center.