Sunday, February 13, 2011

Collective Archive

I'm in a group show at School 33 Art Center in Baltimore called "Collective Archive." For more on the show, visit

Curated by Jayme McLellan
When: 3/4/11-4/30/11
Opening reception Friday March 4, 6-9 pm

New American Paintings

It's been a little while since I've posted but I'm going to try to not let that happen again! I found out recently that my work was selecte for inclusion in New American Paintings, issue no. 94, the Southern Region juried exhibition. I'm not sure when it's going to be out, but I am so thrilled!

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Place and Sensibility at VisArts

I'm in a two-person show called Place and Sensibility at the VisArts Center in Rockville, MD.

For more on VisArts go here:

For more on Mariah Johnsongo here:

The show runs from Nov 8-Dec 17th. There will be a mini-opening on Friday Nov 5th from 6-8 pm.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Radar Redux Reviews Desperate Times

Go there!

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Arlington Arts Center 2011 Solos

I found out today that both me AND Jason have been selected for the 2011 solo shows at the Arlington Arts Center in Arlington, VA!! I'm so excited!!! My friend and fellow artist Mindy Hirt was also chosen, so McDaniel College will be well represented by the two of us! It's such an honor and this keeps me motivated to keep working and producing and going to the studio. THANKS SO MUCH AAC!!!

For more info on the Arlington Arts Center, go here:

For more on Jason, go to

For more on Mindy, go to

I'll post more info about our shows once I get more. Yay!

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Desperate Times opens TONIGHT!

For more info, go to

Subbasement Artist Studios is pleased to announce our upcoming show Desperate Times, opening Saturday September 11th and running through October 9th. Five emerging Baltimore artists will exhibit work reflecting a broad range of dystopian anxieties in response to the present state of society and culture. Darrell Appelzoller’s photographs are built into topographically inspired 3->dimensional islands, exploring issues of individual isolation amidst a wealth of technological communicational devices while we live together in increasingly closer proximity to one another. BHIBTB makes video installations inspired by science fiction films and literature. His videos show a future world in which Utopia seems to have finally come to be a reality, yet this future is extreme in its sterility, sublimely cultish, and Orwellian in its nature. Graham Coreil-Allen’s ongoing project, New Public Sites, exposes the absurd, overlooked, and banal, aspects of the metropolis’ we inhabit through guided tours, videos, and installations, “playfully exploring a thrilling urban sublime through drifting symbols of invisible sites”. Matthew Fishel’s work takes a significantly darker tone. Cinematic in their nature, Fishel’s videos and animations are inspired by, and are in response to, classic science fiction films and Hollywood’s current fascination with apocalyptic scenarios. Sarah McNeil has created a world in which all is not lost. Her sculptures, animations and installations follow the exploits of the Bricoleur Dream Brigade, who with their wit, cleverness, and fantastical devices, combat the negative energies and pervasive cynicism of the current moment, healing individuals and leaving the world a better place than they found it. Desperate Times is curated by Jason Irla who has brought together this group of five artist who’s disparate methods of working are all conceptually linked to finding ways in which to navigate the dystopian world we inhabit. Please join Subbasement Artist Studios, the five artists, and the curator, at an opening reception Saturday September 11th, from 7 – 9 p.m.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Real Art DC profile!

Lucky #6! Go here for an article and photos: