Lorene Anderson's painting, Baucis, was one of the artworks purchased for the new Downtown Walnut Creek Library, the new building opens to the public July 17, 2010.
Participating in group exhibition FactorXX at the The Museum of Los Gatos. Los Gatos, CA.
Dec 9, 2010- January 28, 2011.
Lorene's drawings have been accepted into the Drawing Center's Viewing Program in New York:
Participating in Group Show "Keepers"
Lorene Anderson will be showing her work, along with Reed Danziger, Cynthia Ona Innis, Michael McConnell, and Aaron Petersen at the Pamela Skinner/Gwenna Howard Gallery of Contemporary Art in Sacramento. The show is titled Keepers and will run from October 10th through November 7th, 2009.
Pamela Skinner/Gwenna Howard
723 S Street
Sacramento, CA 9581
October 10 – November 7, 2009
preview Party is October 8th from 5 – 8 pm
The Second Saturday Reception is Saturday, October 10 from 6 – 9 pm
Participating in MY CERTAIN FATE at Pharmaka.
My Certain Fate, a group show curated by Timothy Buckwalter, runs May 14 – June 6, 2009 at Pharmaka, 101 West Fifth Street in Los Angeles. Gallery hours are Wednesday - Saturday 12 - 6 pm. Opening reception will be May 14, a part of the Downtown Art Walk. For more information, please call or visit www.pharmaka-art.org.
Judith Belzer Selected in Huffington Post:
The Northwest's Top Ten Exhibition Picks for 2010
Click the link above to see all the finalists
Press for Order of Magnitude:
Judith Belzer will have a solo show at the Valerie Carberry Gallery in Chicago
April 23 - June 5, 2010
Site specific installation at DOSA, Los Angeles
Trees Inside Out, an installation of new paintings by Judith Belzer, opens on Sunday, March 15th with a reception from 1- 4 p.m. at dosa818 in downtown Los Angeles. Located on the top floor of the Wurlitzer building, dosa818 is an evolving, collaborative space curated by Christina Kim, Jennifer Cheh and visiting artists to exhibit artwork with dosa’s handmade textiles and clothing. Inspired by Judith’s paintings and her observations of nature painted entirely from memory, Christina offered Belzer the opportunity to make a site specific body of work. The result is Judith Belzer’s dynamic exploration of the inner life of trees. This new series of paintings presents a multiplicity of textures, patterns and perspectives housed inside two distinct tree structures. Constructed of plywood, the surface of the tree like structures are inlaid with paintings that simulate the texture of bark. A stump like structure contains larger scale paintings in which the striations and rings of a tree’s heartwood become abstract. The taller structure contains twenty-four smaller paintings, magnifying the undulant wood grain, revealing knots and splinters in detail. Both engage the viewer experientially - offering exterior and interior space for the viewer to investigate, to move up close to the paintings while simulating the imaginary act of climbing into a tree. With Trees Inside Out, Judith Belzer brings nature into the urban environment, inviting the viewer to consider nature, not as a remote destination, out there somewhere, but as an ever present force in our daily lives.
818 So. Broadway 12th floor
Los Angeles, CA 90026
213 489 2801
Freese blog about art: Judith Belzer's RFPRFP exhibition:
SAVE THE DATES FOR 2010 !
Clem Crobsy in group show at Beacon in Lincoln, UK
June 19–11 July 2010
with Beacon guided tours at the weekends
An exciting Beacon project in partnership with the National Trust at Calke Abbey, Ticknall, Derbyshire
Participating artists include, Karla Black, Lucy Clout, Marcel Broodthaers, Clem Crosby, Jimmie Durham, Mark Fairnington, Martino Gamper, Roger Hiorns, John Plowman, Daniel Silver, Jack Strange, Robert Smithson. In all likliehood one other artist will be added to this list. There will also be a performance, event and film programme over the four weekends of the project, including artists Doug Fishbone and Harald Smykla, amongst others.
The collections committee of the New Mexico Museum of Contemporary Art in Santa Fe has approved the acquisition of Alan Ebnother's painting, April 14th, 2009, a deed gift of the Irving and Natalie Foreman Trust. Ebnother's painting will be included in the upcoming exhibition Case Studies from the Bureau of Contemporary Art, which opens November 18th with a private preview, and November 19th for the public opening.
Alan Ebnother in two person show at Galerie Gisele Linder, Basel
REDUXION: Alan Ebnother and Maria Elena Gonzalez
April 21 - May 30, 2009
Galerie Gisele Linder GmbH
Tel/FAx +41 61 272 83 77
Roger Herman to take part in an upcoming group show the
Orange Coast College Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavillion
September 9 - October 23, 2009
Roger Herman Expedition at Steele Gallery ,
at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design, Denver, CO
May 15, 2009 - July 18, 2009
The Philip J. Steele Gallery is honored to exhibit paintings and woodcuts by Roger Herman. The West gallery will feature large scale paintings from the 1980s to present and the east gallery will show large scale wood block prints from the past ten years.
The show was also reviewed by Kyle MacMillan in the Denver Post.
Down the Rabbit Hole!
Golden Belt Arts presents Tama Hochbaum
Down the Rabbit Hole, Photography Exhibit
March 19, – April 11, 2010
TAMA HOCHBAUM AT MANIFEST GALLERY, CINCINNATI
Looking Through the Glass
Manifest Gallery is proud to present a solo exhibit of the photography of Tama Hochbaum. An intimate drawing room experience, this exhibit titled “Looking Through the Glass,” will present a series of composite digital prints similar to those first seen in Manifest’s recent exhibit Trick of the Light curated by Dennis Kiel. Works will include moody fragmented views of architecture and landscape often as seen through a window (including the window itself). Hochbaum’s works provide the viewer an opportunity to experience the point of view of the artist in tangible, visible, and formally beautiful ways.
Photo-illustrated Alice in Wonderland commissioned by Lauren Turner of
Flanders 311 in Raleigh, North Carolina: "Why is a Raven Like a Writing Desk?"
Tama Hochbaum: Looking Through the Glass
Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center, Cincinnati, OH,
January 23 - February 20, 2009
Identity Papers | O K Harris Gallery | New York
Opening Saturday 29 October 2011 3-5pm
Ivan Karp of O K Harris offered me a show after seeing my mixed-media works in the book Identity Papers. These are small pieces, 10” tall x 6” wide, made up of sketches, hand-cut paper calligraphy, and stencils. Unlike most of my paintings, many contain elements of recognizable imagery.
I am very pleased to be showing in a gallery with such a rich and important history.
Ivan Karp served as co-director of Leo Castelli Gallery from 1959-1969, during which time he was instrumental in launching the careers of pop artists Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenburg, Tom Wesselmann and John Chamberlain. In 1969, Ivan broke away to launch his own gallery, O K Harris. OK Harris was among the first to exhibit the work of Duane Hanson, Deborah Butterfield, Manny Farber, Richard Pettibone, Robert Bechtle, Malcolm Morley, Arman, and others.
My wife, Vivienne Flesher, and I look forward to attending the opening, 3-5 pm, Saturday, 29 October.
The show remains up until 03 December.
O K Harris | 383 West Broadway | Gallery D | New York, NY
Geography Lessons | Zeitgeist | Nashville
Opening Thursday 03 November 2011 5-8pm
Zeitgeist Gallery in Nashville will mount a show of my work, Geography Lessons, during the month of November. Zeitgeist has been very kind, giving me one of my first shows, Grace, in 2005, and including me in a number of its group shows. This exhibit consists of ten paintings and three hand-made books.
My wife and I look forward to attending the opening, 5-8 pm, Thursday, 03 November.
The show remains up until 17 December.
Zeitgeist Gallery | 1819 21st Avenue South | Nashville, TN
Sight and Identity | Stanford-in-Washington | Washington,DC
25 October 2011 to 22 January 2012
My illustrated version of Paris France by Gertrude Stein appeared in the Seeing Gertrude Stein Five Stories exhibit at San Francisco's Contemporary Jewish Museum and will now move to Washington, DC, to appear in Insight and Identity, Contemporary Artists and Gertrude Stein, at Stanford-in-Washington. Beside the book itself, my portrait of Ms. Stein will appear, silkscreened, on the wall of the gallery where the book will be on display.
The limited edition letterpress book was published and is available from The Yolla Bolly Press, Covelo, California.
Stanford-in-Washington | 2661 Connecticut Avenue, NW | Washington, DC
Ward Schumaker; Stir Gallery; Shanghai, China (solo show) Oct 2010
Unbound Book Art; Bedford Gallery, Lesher Center for the Arts; Walnut Creek, CA (group show) Jul-Sep 2010
Seeing Gertrude Stein; Contemporary Jewish Museum; San Francisco (group show) May 2011
Ward Schumaker to take part in three person show at Rebekah Jacob Gallery in Charleston, SC
SF Center for the Book's Small Plate Series
Book Launch and Signing Party
300 De Haro April 10, 7-9 PM
For the Small Plates series, Imprint, the Center's publishing program, invites selected artists and writers to create books of a specific size and theme for quarterly release each year. For 2009, books are 4'' square and devoted to the theme of anatomy. The first artist this year is Ward Schumaker. Join us to celebrate the release of his dynamic edition.
MARIE THIBEAULT OPENING AT TORRANCE MUSEUM JANUARY 24
BROKEN SYMMETRIES, JANUARY 24 - MARCH 21
Opening reception: Saturday, January 24th from 7 to 10 p
For her solo exhibition in the Gallery Two project room, Marie Thibeault presents recent paintings and works on paper which investigate the cultural fragmentation and environmental destruction of the once balanced, great American landscape. The series was begun in 2006 as a reponse to the Katrina disaster.
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
5:00pm Gallery Walk Through with Artist Marie Thibeault
"Southern Exposure", Manhattan Beach Art Center
January 30 - March 12, 2009
Marie Thibeault Paintings, Gremillion Fine Art in Houston
At the American Academy in Rome, Painter Stephen Westfall’s ‘Pavimentazione sul Muro’
Show Runs 12 March-23 April 2010