Pandemic-wise, things are easing up a bit and live exhibitions are happening once again. I have had a few virtual exhibits, but they just don’t have any more to show than what you see here on my website.
TD Bank in Amherst is a venue with a well-lit wall where artist’s works are shown for one month periods. I have twelve wall sculptures on display for the month of October.
Something new: ValleyBike, in collaboration with Commonwealth Murals held a competition in the spring, “Valley Artist Expo”, offering artists the opportunity to be displayed (the artist’s portrait with one art piece) on e-bike kiosks which are located all over the valley. Glitches along the way delayed the project, but it is finally up and running. Eastman Lane at UMass and Kenefick Park in Springfield are my locations. Here I am with Cuneiform Calendar.
And even though the Windows into Art in Amherst has officially ended after a three- month run, I continue my relationship with Mexlcalito and have switched sculptures in the restaurant’s front window. “Rocker Plant”, now with red chili pepper lights, is on view.
It is a thrill to have the virtual yield to reality!