Kathryn Markel Fine Arts | February 18 - March 27, 2021

Kathryn Markel Fine Arts | February 18 - March 27, 2021
ECCENTRIC COLOR: Celia Johnson, Conny Goeltz Schmitt & Fran Shalom
I am thrilled to have nine paintings on view in this exhibition of great company! Organized by Kathryn Markel.

18 FEB - 27 MAR  2021

Above: Sciorr, 2020, acrylic on panel

Kathryn Markel Fine Arts
529 West 20th Street, Suite 6W
New York, NY
1 212 366 5368
http://www.markelfinearts.com

Featuring works by
Celia Johnson, Conny Goeltz Schmitt & Fran Shalom

Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery | 27 January - 6 March, 2021

Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery | 27 January - 6 March,  2021
THE IDIOSYNCRATIC PENCIL REDRAFTED

27 JAN - 6 MAR  2021

i am very pleased to be represented in this third iteration of an experimental invitational exhibition of unique letter-size black and white digital inventions by 45 selected national and international artists.
Curated by Ann Stoddard

Above lower left: Leabhar Gabhála, from the Book of Invasions,
2021, pencil, ink, paper and digital print on Gampi Torinoko.

Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery, Harper Center for the Arts
Presbyterian College
503 South Broad Street
Clinton, South Carolina  29325
@harpergallerypc
 

Divisible Projects | August 7 - 23, 2020

Divisible Projects  |  August 7 - 23, 2020
Grey | Gray (Matter)
It's an honor to be invited to take part in Jeffrey Cortland Jones’ latest curatorial project, Grey | Gray (Matter), at Divisible Projects. Another exercise in experimental curation and installation, "a global and postal social experiment", Jones invited the participation of a global assortment of diverse artists to conceive of postcard-sized monochromatic pieces to be mailed to him - during the COVID pandemic isolation that each individual was experiencing - thereby breaking the isolation and bringing us together.

7 - 23 AUG 2020

Opening Reception Friday, August 7, 6 - 9pm

Divisible Projects
1001 E 2nd Street, Dayton, OH 45402

North Carolina Museum of Art | March 7, 2020 - February 14, 2021

North Carolina Museum of Art | March 7, 2020 - February 14, 2021
Front Burner: Highlights in Contemporary North Carolina Painting
I am so very honored to have three paintings on view in this exhibition organized by guest curator Ashlynn Browning in collabortion with the North Carolina Museum of Art.

March 7, 2020 - February 14, 2021

Preview reception: Thursday March 5, 7PM-9PM

Above: Cumasc, 2020, acrylic on panel (detail)

North Carolina Museum of Art
Blue Ridge Road
Raleigh, NC 27607
1 919 839 6262
http://www.ncartmuseum.org

Featuring works by:
Brett Baker, Raleigh
Cynthia Bickley-Green, Greenville
Maria Britton, Carrboro
Mark Brown, Chapel Hill
Ashlynn Browning, Raleigh
Luke Miller Buchanan, Raleigh
Martha Clippinger, Durham
Hannah Cole, Asheville

Celia Johnson, Chapel Hill
Benjamin Knight, Deep Run
Ashley Lathe, Charlotte
Georges Le Chevallier, Garner
Juan Logan, Belmont
Gerry Lynch, Apex
Donald Martiny, Chapel Hill
Mario Marzan, Chapel Hill
George McKim, Raleigh
Bonnie Melton, Durham
Katy Mixon, Chapel Hill
Carmen Neely, Charlotte
Shaun Richards, Raleigh
Barbara Campbell Thomas, Climax
William Paul Thomas, Durham
Lien Truong, Chapel Hill
Antoine Williams, Greensboro

Front Burner: Highlights in Contemporary North Carolina Painting
 features a sampling of some of the most relevant and engaging painting being made in the state. The exhibition presents 25 emerging, mid-career, and established artists working within a variety of mediums and ideas. In styles ranging from abstract to figurative and representational, these artists explore the endless possibilities of paint in unique, personal ways.

GreenHill Center for North Carolina Art | February 7 - November 9, 2020

GreenHill Center for North Carolina Art | February 7 - November 9, 2020
North Carolina Women Abstract Painters
Curated by Edie Carpenter, Director of Artistic and Curatorial Programs 

February 7 - November 9, 2020

Reception:  Friday February 7, 6PM-8PM

Above: Drawdown, 2019, collage/papier collé, one of six collages and nine paintings I have on view in this exhibition.

GreenHill Center for North Carolina Art
20 North Davie Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
1 336 333 7460
http://www.greenhillnc.org

Featuring works by:
Eleanor Annand
Barbara Ellis
Celia Johnson
Katy Mixon
Felicia Van Bork

 
GreenHill’s Spring 2020 exhibition focuses on five of the state’s outstanding women abstract artists. Organized during Women’s History Month, associated programs comprise talks by the participating artists, with portfolio reviews and workshops designed to facilitate professional opportunities for artists. Museum directors Susan Fisher Sterling of the National Museum of Women in the Arts and Valerie L. Hillings of the North Carolina Museum Art will speak about their respective institutions and the contribution of women artists during two public lectures hosted at GreenHill.