My work is currently on display at Clark University’s Schiltkamp Gallery in the group exhibition, Likeness.
From Neolithic plastered skulls to today’s phone “selfie,” images of the human head are probably the most potent, frequent, symbolic, and enduring visual artifacts we create. The portrait engages mortality, celebrates the individual, reveals social mores—and fully challenges the artist. The ten artists included in this exhibition work in a variety of media and their subjects range from intimate portraits of family members to paintings of anonymous “selfies” by others on a social media site.
On view from Sept 24 – Dec 4, 2018.