Some Spring Shows

It started when Tony Fitzpatrick lamented having sent out postcards for his upcoming solo without the gallery address. I offered to post his info here on the blog. Then I thought: It's spring. Let's see what's coming up in Artlandia. I posted a call to my Facebook friends to ask for info on their upcoming shows, and here you have it. 

3.28. And now there's even more! Scroll down until you come to this image, which starts today's update

3.27: Wait, there's more! Scroll down until you come to this image, which starts Thursday's update

Tony Fitzpatrick, The Secret Birds: New Drawings, Adventureland, 1513 n Western Ave, Chicago; April 4 - May 5

Mark Wethli, The Painting Center, New York City, through April 19

Nancy Baker, Come Hell or High Water,  Length x Width x Height Gallery, Seattle; May 6 - 31

Fran Shalom, The Painting Center, New York City; April 22 - May 19

Elizabeth Morrissette, Good Penmanship, The Lincoln Center, Fort Collins, Colorado; through April 5

James Austin Murray, Lyons Weir Gallery, New York City; April 3 - May 3

Jeanne Heifetz, Geometry of Hope, Lane Community College, Main Gallery, Eugene, Oregon; April 28 - May 22

Paula Roland, Navigating, Conrad Wilde Gallery, Tucson, Arizona;  April 5 - 26

Perri Neri, Monster: The Drawings, Ceres Gallery, New York City: April 1 - 26

Susan Bee, Doomed to Win: Paintings from the Early 1980s,  A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn; April 3 - 27

Sharon Kenny, Crevice and Chroma: Paintings from the Wissahickon, Music School of Delaware, Wilmington, through April 14;  Milford, April 15 - June 18

Donna Dodson, SIlent Scream: Personality Type and body Language, Boston Sculptors,  May 21 - June 22

Temme Barkin-Leeds, Interference Reactions to Shooter Video Games, Callanwolde Art Center, Atlanta: through May 9

Alyce Gottesman, Inverness, Artspace@MONDO, 426 Springfield Ave, Summit, N.J.; May 2 - 30

Kate Petley, Lined, Turner Carroll Gallery, Santa Fe; June 9-29

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Ellen Wineberg, Worldview, Bromfield Gallery, Boston; April 2 - 27

Linda Leslie Brown, New Work with Holes, Kingston Gallery, Boston; April 2 - 27

Jason Horowitz, Closer & Closer: Jason Horowitz, Works Thru Time, 1980-2014, Curator's Office, Washington, D.C.; through April 19

Clare Asch, Tidelines, Galatea Fine Art, Boston; April

Bernadetts Jiyong Frank, Spaces in Between, Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco;  June 5 - July 5

Lorrie Fredette, Foundation Gallery at Columbia Green Community College, Hudson, New York; through April 18

Laura Moriarty, Closed System,  Garrison Art Center, Garrison, New York; April 4 - May 12

Melinda Stickney-Gibson, New Paintings from the Woods, Butters Gallery, Portland, Oregon; May 1 - 31

Molly Herman,  Lingua Franca, The Painting Center, New York City; April 22 - May 17

Natalie Abrams, Beneath the Fold, City Ice Arts, Kansas City, Missouri; April

3.28.14: There's even more!

Karen Nielsen-Fried, Intuitive Geometries, Lundbeck Research Corporate Gallery, Paramus, N.J.; June 2 - 30, 2014    

Shelley Gilchrist, Roam, ARC Gallery, Chicago; May 28 - June 21

Andrew V. Wapinski, Restructured, Gallery Plan B, Washington, D.C.June 11 - July 13

Mary Early, Wax Points, Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, Virginia; May 2 - May 31

David A. Clark, Ancient Histories, Conrad Wilde Gallery, Tucson; May 3 - 30, 2014

Krista Svalbonas, Matteawan Gallery, Beacon, New York; June 14 - July 6

George Shaw, Singularity, Galatea Fine Art, Boston; June 

Cherie Mittenthal, Structures & Waves, KobaltGallery, Povincetown, Mass.;  June 5 – 19 

Anne Mavoe, Ancient Landscapes: The Spirit of Place, Highfield Hall, Falmouth, Mass.; May 25 - July 6

Sirarpi Heghinian-Walzer, Avery, Movimento Space, Boston; through March 31

Arlene Slavin, Intersections: Museum Entry, The Guild Hall Museum, Easthampton, New York; May 23 - October 25



Sandro Botticelli, La Primavera, tempera on panel, 1478, at the Uffizzi, Firenze

La Primavera, fresco at the Museo Archeologico, Napoli


On Hiatus for Just a Bit Longer

Have you missed me? I've been on hiatus since mid-January when I got a new knee. Fifteen years of running on New York City pavement and then . . . trouble. Give me another week or so and I'll be back.

Not mine, but you get the picture