First Philadelphia Group Show!
Hello friends. One of my new portraits has recently been selected to show in Gallery 128 in Philadelphia. Here is the info. Come check it out if you are in town.
Certificate/BFA - Post Bacc., MFA Student Exhibition at Gallery 128
located at the corner of Broad and Cherry ave. in the new Samuel M. V. Hamilton building.
December 4, 2009 - Jan 31, 2010
Opening Reception: Friday, December 4, 2009, 4 - 6 p.m.
Hours: Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Admission is free.
Newton Running was generous enough to post a work of mine on their blog. Thanks Ian. Wahoo wa!
I am currently enrolled in the MFA program at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia, PA. This semester I am focusing on improving my drawing and oil painting abilities. Thanks for all your support and encouragement.
Dappled Things Magazine has been generous enough to put my work in there most recent publication including the cover. Check it out here.
Summer 2009: University of Virginia Magazine
Summer 2008: UVA Arts & Sciences Magazine
UVA Aunspaugh Fifth Year Fellowship Art Exhibition
April 6 - April 10
"Things to Take with You"
Film and Video Work by Andrew Mausert-Mooney
Four new works exploring narrative and abstraction in film and video.
1) Re-represented everyday methods and objects provide insight into lay-led spiritual community.
2) A portrait of a young person struggling to make his moments count in a strip-mall suburb.
3) How might you tell the story of an internal crisis? A filmic experiment about a nun, her sister, and a desert storm.
4) An ecstatic moment shot in 400 frames per second: gravity, light, and flesh.
"No More Waves, This Is Undertow"
Multimedia Installation by Patrick Costello
Lots of new work focusing on people trying to figure out how to live in the world and with the earth in the face of human-made environmental destruction. The pieces highlight small acts, like vegetable gardening, as significant parts of resistance and new beginnings. The questions we are asking may not have answers, and the little things that we do are not always solutions, but we do them anyway because they are difficult, because they might not work.
Paintings by James Dean Erickson
An event celebrating the uncommon teachers of our community through the language and tradition of portrait painting.
179 Culbreth Road
Closing Reception April 10, 6-9pm
There will be lots of food, friends, and art!
Gallery Hours: 8-5pm Monday-Friday
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