M12 – The Big Feed: On Rural Contemporary Art and Community Engagement from adobeairstream.com

In small towns across America, a tradition of throwing a big social gathering at the end of harvest season prevailed. It’s an idea we still see purported in films and on TV, but in reality, these events are disappearing as the populations of small, rural communities dwindle. However, in Byers, on the eastern plains of…

Ricky Allman – “I’ll Capitulate if you Succumb” – Marine Contemporary

I was privileged to be acknowledged in Marine Contemporary‘s catalog for Ricky Allman’s recent exhibition. The show–(with a terrific title)–“I’ll Capitulate if you Succumb,” was Allman’s first solo exhibition with the gallery and ran from June 30-August 11, 2012. The 40-page catalog features an essay by Claressinka Anderson with special thanks to Leanne Goebel for…

Filmmaker Stan Brakhage Inspires “Visual Rhythm” at BMOCA from adobeairstream.com

Visual Rhythm at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMOCA) eases viewers into the world of experimental film, video and digital art—an experience that can be immersive. The exhibition links recent directions in new media art to earlier artistic explorations—primarily those of experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage (1933-2003). Brakhage is considered to be one of the most…

Phenomenal: Light Maestro James Turrell Paired with Colorado Sculptor Scott Johnson from adobeairstream.com

Trace Elements: Light Into Space by James Turrell pairs the internationally known light-and-space artist with Colorado College professor and sculptor Scott Johnson, at the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. Both artists work with light to create perception, and to compel viewers to think critically about what it is they perceive. Johnson’s works comprise a high degree of…