"The Right Angle"
I'm pleased to be invited to return to Art Share L.A. for an exhibition next month. I'll have about a half-dozen geometric prints on metal in a small group show entitled, "The Right Angle," February 11th through 28th. The opening reception will be Saturday, February 14th, from 7 - 10 p.m. The show is devoted to work with clean lines, so my new digital prints fit the bill perfectly. Here are recent digital drawings from two new series, "Structures" and "Messages" (in addition to the "Geometrix" and "Improv" series, both still in progress):
Ted Meyer is in Maine at the University of New England to talk to the School of Social Work’s Applied Arts and Social Justice students on Thursday, the 22nd, in an open-to-the-public artist's reception and presentation of his show of monoprints of human scars from his current work, “Scarred for Life.” The monoprints are powerful and sometimes disturbing images; participating subjects include wounded veterans.
He is also showing postcards from all over the world that depict many creative perspectives on pain. My postcard, "What Not to Say to a Person in Pain" (below) is included in the group. The postcards were on display at UCLA's LRC Gallery, David Geffen School of Medicine, in the show Ted curated last summer, then they traveled to the University of New England for a show there. More about Ted's presentation here; visit his website here.