There has been a host of exciting news at the studio this month, and I am thrilled to finally be able to share it.
First of all, I am delighted to announce that I have been offered a solo show, organized and curated by Teale Hatheway, at the Los Angeles Athletic Club for their “Rivals in the Ring” fight night in November. It is an honor and a privilege to hang my work in such a beautiful and historic building, and especially to have my paintings shown in the company of the club’s extensive art collection.
Needless to say, I’ve been caught up in a whirlwind of preparations for the show, and I have a handful of never-before-seen pieces that will be making their debut at the opening. I cannot think of a more appropriate event for my boxing paintings to be shown, and look forward to sharing my new work with you.
For now, here’s a sneak peek of what I’ve been up to:
My work will also be featured in the “Sacred Memories” show at the Pico House Gallery in Los Angeles, opening Thursday, October 30th. The exhibition explores the world’s rituals that venerate the departed, and boasts an impressive list of artists.
Additionally, I will have work included in “MAS 7,” organized by Torrance Art Museum Director Max Presneill and Artra Curatorial, opening in December at the Santa Monica Airport Art Studios.
I am also excited to share that I’ve been looking over a lease agreement for a new studio, which I will update you on when the paperwork is finalized. These are exciting and busy times.