Did I lose your interest with the title? 2020 has been a crazy year and teaching online for the majority of it has and will continue to be a challenge.
Public Art seems to be slowing a bit, but I have also done pretty well. The City of Greenville, NC purchased a Greenspace Bench, 2 Pieces are on view in Cleveland, Mississippi, 2 in the DownEast National in Pitt County, NC, 2 in Salisbury, NC, 1 in Anderson, SC, 1 in the Rosen Exhibition at Appalachian State University, and 1 at the Western Carolina Sculpture Park in Lenoir, NC. Two late-de-installs are coming up in the Fall as well from Rocky Mount, NC and Fredericksburg, VA.
I have decided to learn and take on Lapidary work and have launched a side project called "Carolina Cabs". This has been a fun project and I hope to continue to grow this small line of stone jewelry and cabochons.
Here's to hoping to a more interesting 2021!
Here is a surprise article to look up. My work in Knoxville was discussed and featured in Forbes!!!!!
It's been a while!
Life gets busy sometimes. Between teaching, making, display, and now being a dad, life is going fast!
Good things are on the horizon though. Next fall I will be a visiting artist at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. I will be lecturing to classes as well as doing an enameling demo.
I'm also in the process of planning a Solo Exhibition for the Summer of 2018 at Emerge Gallery in Greenville, NC.
Public art is also going great. Three pieces are installed in Salisbury, NC, two are in Anderson, SC, One in Knoxville, TN, and One in Winterville, NC for DownEast.