Chromatic Reasoning
Conrad Wilde Gallery, Tucson
Solo exhibition through October 25

Paintings from my Chromatic Geometry series

A concurrent group show, Relative Geometries, features the work of Nancy Natale, left, and Annell Livingston

Installation view with Nancy Natale, left; my Soie gouaches on back wall; Robert Moya

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Best of 2014
Kenise Barnes Fine Art
Larchmont, New York
November 8 through December 20
Selections from the studios of gallery artists
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Doppler Shift
Curated by Mary Birmingham
Through January 18, 2015
View the catalog online 
Click for a walk-through of the exhibition

Installation view of the exhibition
Photo: Guido Winkler

Doppler Shift is a large group show that explores the illusion of difference between two-and three-dimensional space. The title refers to the Doppler Effect—a change in the frequency of emitted waves relative to an observer. The artists have created works that straddle the liminal space between flat and dimensional, where images seem to move and shift, often triggering optical or other sensory effects. 

The exhibition will feature painting, sculpture, video, drawing, and site-specific works by 26 artists from the US and Europe. A fully-illustrated catalogue accompanies the exhibition, featuring essays by New York-based art critic, Thomas Micchelli, and Art Center curator, Mary Birmingham. 

Featured artists: Steven Baris, Richard Bottwin, Edgar Diehl, Gabriele Evertz, Kevin Finklea, Enrico Gomez, Brent Hallard, Jos√© Heerkens, Gilbert Hsiao, Gracia Khouw, Sarah Klein & David Kwan, Stephen Maine, Joanne Mattera, Rob de Oude, Gay Outlaw, Mel Prest, Debra Ramsay, Albert Roskam, Karen Schifano, Iemke van Dijk, Henri√ętte van 't Hoog, Ruth van Veenen, Don Voisine, Nancy White, Guido Winkler, and Patricia Zarate.

My work in the show: Chromatic Geometry 21, 2014, encaustic on panel, 12 x 12 inches