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Herores/Villains, Depends on Where you Stand, 2017

Happy Valentine's day one and all! I hope you have your sweetheart and if you don't that's ok, you'll get one! I have a couple of exhibition updates and jazz we should def talk about! First I was accepted into the exhibition "All That Glitters" in Washington state at Gallery one Visual art center! Heroes/Villains, Depends on Where You Stand, will be in exhibit until the end of March!

GALLERY ONE VISUAL ARTS CENTER announces their fourth national juried exhibition titled ALL THAT GLITTERS. In celebration of their 50th anniversary, entries of work of or about gold will be accepted from across the nation and juried by Keith Lewis and Tariqa Waters for inclusion in a month-long exhibition, March of 2018 in the beautifully restored Gallery One in downtown Ellensburg. Opportunities for lectures, workshops, and/or special events will be offered to select artists to accompany the exhibition. $1100 in awards will be distributed by the jurors and an exhibition catalog will be created. Gallery One houses four art galleries and this exhibit will be featured in the Main and the Mezzanine Gallery spaces.

Questions: Call Gallery One Visual Art Center at 509-925-2670 or email

Link to website is here:


Also, Along the Horizon; Contemporary Drawing in Tennessee's Lecture panel discussion is on February 15 (Tomorrow night!) , Thursday, at 5 p.m., at the Ball Hall Auditorium, followed by reception at the Reece Museum. For more information, please contact Slocumb Galleries' Director Karlota Contreras-Koterbay via email or Reece Museum Exhibition Coordinator Spenser Brenner via email The Slocumb Galleries are located at Ernest C. Ball Hall, 232 Sherrod Drive, ETSU campus, with handicapped access. Gallery hours are weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., with extended hours on Thursdays until 6 p.m., receptions, and by appointment.

Be there FEB 15 at 5pm in Ball Hall

The featured artists at the Slocumb Galleries are Ben Butler (Memphis), Joel Parsons (Memphis), and Althea Murphy-Price (Knoxville). The artists featured at the Reece Museum are: Nick DeFord (Knoxville), Rob Matthews (Nashville), Jonathan Adams (Johnson City), Paula Kovarik (Memphis), Dawn Martin Dickins (Clarksville), Denise Stewart-Sanabria (Knoxville), P.A. Turner (Telford), Wade Guyton (formerly Knoxville/ currently in NYC), John Hilton (Johnson City), and Richard A. Lou (Memphis). The panelists discussing 'drawing' as contemporary art practice are Knoxville Art Museum curator Stephen Wicks, with artist/art writer Denise Stewart-Sanabria and University of Memphis Department of Art Chair, Prof. Richard Lou.

So come out! I'll be there and we can hobnob and such.


Moreover, I have some interesting news! Rutgers University MFA program has considered me a finalist and are wanting a personal interview March 2nd! I', extremely excited and honestly wanting a little bit of help at the moment. I'll be driving up to New Jersey in the next couple of weeks to get things going. Hopefully, things turn very well! In conclusion, I have a exhibition in Washington state that you should attend, a reception tomorrow night and wish me good luck!



Thank you all for supporting, staying with me through my ups and downs and I'll be talking to you guys soon!

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