in Los Angeles and Orange County. See all the details below!
Cash Machine, Glendale, LA, CA
Opening June 16
Exhibit runs through July 16
I'll have three sculptures in Hot Fruit, presented by NowShop and Moon Tribe Vintage. This installation of one-of-a-kind found and artist-made objects and apparel exploring the boundaries of fine art and functionality and the intersection of art and commodity.
The exhibition, including work by over 30 artists and makers, blends retail display and conventional gallery aesthetic into a continuously evolving installation, which changes as works are purchased and new pieces are introduced. More details here.
Something Wild In My Garden
Cactus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Opening June 10
Exhibit runs through July 15
Something Wild in My Garden will be exploring the plight of urban wildlife. Many of our furry and feathered friends have been evicted from their habitat by an exploding human population who in their search for progress are destroying their natural environment. In turn wildlife are forced into ‘residential areas’, placing their own and their neighbors’ pets in jeopardy, in order to find food for survival.
I'll have two new sculptures in this exhibit. More details here.
Art of Protest
Orange County Center for Contemporary Art
Santa Ana, CA
Opening June 3
Exhibition runs through July 8
I created a second iteration of my Pussy Grabs Back sculpture (shown in the Nasty Women exhibition in January) for Art of Protest juried by Tyler Stallings. This exhibit includes works from 90 artists throughout the nation. More details here.
From the Juror:
The arc of history bends toward justice. Protest art speeds things along. Protest art afflicts the comfortable and comforts the afflicted. Protest art imagines a future free from the tyranny of ignorance and deprivation.