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Check out my new work at two openings on Friday, 25 January. One of my New York street shots is in Bikes Inside, a group exhibition at Hot Art Wet City. Five of my abstracts are showing in Abstract Expressionism, a group exhibition at Photohaus Gallery.

Ninth Avenue Cyclist II is part of a series inspired by Diane Evans and Kristina Kreber; it is a photograph created across the street from B and H Photos in New York (Ninth Avenue and 34th Street). Current work showing in Abstract Expressionism is from a new series of work that continues my lumen printing experimentation; these hybrid prints made from handmade negatives on 4 x 5 sheet film that are digitized.

More exhibition and opening night details below.

Abstract Expressionism
Photohaus Gallery, 14 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver
January 25 – 14 February
Opening: 25 January, 7 – 10 pm
Gallery catalogue available
Bikes Inside
Hot Art Wet City Pop Up Gallery, 752 East Broadway, Vancouver
25 January – 13 February
Opening: 25 January, 7 – 11 pm

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And, if you are at the  Queen Elizabeth Theatre before 18 February 2013, check out In Camera: the working dancer, an exhibition of my photographs and Alison Keenan’s paintings, a body of work made in cooperation with Ballet BC. It is showing in the Mezzanine Gallery and my ceramic sculptures on the top floor. Let me know what you think.


Wish You Were Here

Wish You Were Here  —  CARFAC BC’s inaugural membersl postcard exhibition and fundraising event, “Wish You Were Here” takes place on Friday June 22 at Woodward’s Atrium, 111 West Hastings Street, Vancouver from 10 AM – 6 PM. All work is 5 x 7 inches and priced at $50 with half of the cost going to CARFAC BC. Five of my photographs are included in this exhibition. Stand By: there may be an evening opening.

Lord Byng Community Show 2012

Lord Byng Community Show  — this event is near and dear to my heart. Every year, the Byng Arts Senior Students help curate an exhibition of work by artists in the community: neighbours, alumni, and staff. Every year the show gets better. Four of my lenticular photos will be in this exhibition. The show is up from June 1 – 15, and the gallery is open during school hours. Opening Reception: Thursday, 7 June (4 – 7 pm), 3939 West 16th Avenue (enter off Crown Street).

and by the way: i designed the e-vite for this year’s show / photographed the work for publication

Sketchbook 2012 World Tour — continues, residing in Oakland thru June 20th; after Oakland, the tour continues check out two of my books and tell me what you think. Sketchbook events are lotsa fun! Have a look at all of my work with Arthouse Co-op.

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