Thursday, December 20, 2018


Solo exhibition Trail to Arcadia at the Geneva Public Library
Evanston Biennial
Mark Makers, Walker Fine Art, Denver CO

No Barrier to Entry, Gallery 19, Chicago
Vistas, Governors State University, University Park, IL

Dark Bloom
As the year is coming to a close, I sat down to review my art practice, ideas and inspirations, my studio work, exhibitions, and gallery activity in 2018.
I had a strange gap in my memory reservoir, so I checked my resume, and blog to recall "What was it, really, that I have been doing this whole year ?!!"
I am glad I did (and I strongly recommend to everyone keeping a diary of sorts), as I concluded I had a pretty fulfilling year, and got many good things done.
I have participated in several exhibitions:
No Barrier to Entry, Gallery 19, Chicago, IL
Vistas, Governors State University, University Park, IL
Mark Makers, Walker Fine Art, Denver, CO
Evanston Biennial, Evanston Art Center, Evanston, IL
Trail to Arcadia, Geneva Public Library, Geneva IL
Art Around Town Art Fest, St. Charles, IL
I have created several large-scale "scrolls" that I was very eager to make.
I started a new, "Dark Bloom" series, inspired by the memory of my dear dad and basically being about finding the returning light and life even in the saddest depths of one's heart (reminder -always look towards the light! ;-) 
I have wrapped up my Karl's series of 365 9"x12" watercolors for my 3-year-old Karl.
I have worked more with clay, adding many new small-scale pieces to my evergrowing "Gathering" series.
All in all, it was a good year. I hope 2019 will be a good one just as well!


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