10 Ways
Clement & Schneider
Bonn, Germany
Through November 21

Ten artists from American Abstract Artists have been invited to show together in this exhibition curated by Lorenza Sannai. The exhibition includes paintings and works on paper as well as an edition of  books from each participating artist. Artists: Power Boothe, John Goodyear, Lynne Harlow, Daniel G. Hill, James Juszczyk, Joanne Mattera, Lorenza Sannai, Susan Smith, Don Voisine, Stephen Westfall.

More images from Bonn on the 10 Ways exhibition website.

From left: Lorenza Sannai, Joanne Mattera, Stephen Westfall, Susan Smith and Daniel G. Hill, with artists books in the foreground

My Slant 4, 2014, graphite and wax on MDF (diptych) 8 x 12 inches

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Joanne Mattera: The Silk Road Paintings
Kenise Barnes Fine Art
Larchmont, New York

The show is down but the gallery has some paintings available for viewing. Please inquire

 Installation views above and below of Joanne Mattera: The Silk Road Paintings

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Recent Publications

A 10-year retrospective of one body of work, Silk Road: Excerpts from an Ongoing Series, published by the Well-Fed Artist Press, New York City, is available for viewing in its entirety online. Print copies are also available for sale.
Designer: Karen Freedman

The catalog for A Few Conversations About Color is viewable online and available for purchase in printed form. I curated this eight-artist exhibition for dm contemporary, New York City, in January-February, 2015, and wrote the introductory essay.
Designer: Ruth Hiller

The catalog for Organic to Geometric: Investigations in Structure and Surface is viewable online and available for purchase in printed form. The exhibition, curated by Carol Pellettier, took place at the Heftler Gallery at Endicott College, Beverly, Mass., January-March, 2015. I contributed the introductory essay.
Designer: Karen Freedman

Catalog for Pattern: Geometric|
Organic is viewable online and available for purchase in printed form. The exhibition, curated by Michael Burnett, considers the work of nine artists (my painting is on the cover) who engage organization and repetition. The exhibition is at Space Gallery, Denver, from May 1-June 13.  
Designer: Jane Guthridge

Catalog for the exhibition, Doppler Shift, curated by Mary Birmingham for the Visual Art Center of New Jersey, with essays by Birmingham and Thomas Miccheli