I’m writing from the cafe car of the number 43 train, leisurely sipping black coffee and heading west from Philadelphia to (eventually) Denver, Colorado.  I have 2 group art shows coming up this week – both I’m equally excited about – that I wanted to share with you:

the_nerium_spring_400pxThe first, entitled Subterraneans, is at Leeds Collage of Art (UK) and features work by artists who’ve been influenced by Jack Kerouac and the Beat generation. My contribution, The Nerium Spring (pictured left), was created last year specifically for this show, which also includes the work of  Andy Warhol, Aesthetic Apparatus, John Baldessari, Jason Munn, Kim Gordon, Marcel Duchamp,  Peter Liversidge, Ray Johnson, Richard Prince, Robert Crumb, Roy Lichtenstein, Sam Taylor-Wood and Yoko Ono among others.  To say the very least, I’m honored to be included. It opens Friday November 21 and runs until December 5 so get there if you can. Otherwise, click here to preview the exhibit & check out the catalog.

The second is the National Collage Society’s 30th Annual Juried Exhibition: Greater than the Sum, at the Center for Visual Art, Metropolitan State University of Denver in Colorado.  I’m stoked to have 2 pieces among the 91 being shown (sodapoprocks and The Jackal) and will be at the opening reception this Friday (Nov 21) so please stop by and say hello if you’re in town. (5-8pm)  The exhibit runs November 21, 2014 until January 24, 2015.

until next time….