Wednesday, August 5, 2015

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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

2 receptions this week!

After a wonderful year in Iowa I have returned to Boston for a very busy summer!
I have two receptions coming up this week.
The first is for a group show, Fitted to the Latch, featuring the four Artists-in-Residence at Gallery 263 in Cambridge, MA. The exhibition runs July 8 – 11, with a reception on Friday July 10, from 7-9pm (I will be gallery sitting on Friday beginning at 3pm)
The other reception is for no hill and takes place Saturday July 11, from 6-8pm at SEEN Gallery, 38 East Ave., Pawtucket, RI. The exhibition runs July 11 to August 5th.

This fall my drawings will be included in a group show at the Fitchburg Museum in Fitchburg, MA. I will also have a solo exhibition at the Beland Gallery in Lawrence, MA. Finally, I will be participating in South End Open Studios this September as I will be moving back in to my old studio in August!

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Drawing Beyond the Page

Recorded at U of Iowa in my Concepts of Drawing class.
Participating student artists: Zoe Webb, Melissa Schreiber, Laurel Protexter, Spencer Lundquist, Megan Hindman, and Sabra Cacho.

Installing return|beyond this Sunday at the University of Iowa

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Tuesday, April 7, 2015


“Woe to people with a retentive memory: yesterday’s trusty tracks will be found to end up at blank walls or in quicksand today, and the habitual behavioral patterns, once foolproof, are likely to bring disaster instead of success.” 44 Letters from the Liquid Modern World, Bauman

Newly installed at the Ritz in Boston

      If you happen to be visiting the Ritz in Boston be sure to check out the Phil's Hill drawing that they just installed in the lobby. Later this summer you will be able to see my drawings throughout the hotel.
      I am very excited to have my work displayed in the new Ritz location on Washington and Avery Streets. A distant relative of mine, Charles E. Lauriat (my grandfather's great great uncle), opened the bookstore known as Lauriat's Books at 385 Washington St., in 1898. It is an honor to be bringing the family name back into the neighborhood.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

possible house / ebla domo




These three small pieces will be in the pop up show, possible house / ebla domo, curated by Amanda Lechner.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

March 12

Off to Loras College and the Dubuque Museum of art for artist talks today!

Saturday, January 24, 2015

New old stuff in the studio.

I can't post images of my new work yet, as none of it is finished. I'm too excited to keep it to myself, however. Here is a transparency layered with cut paper, hinting at my new process and imagery.