June 1st 2021 marks the day that I open in a large art fair. It is unique in that due to Covid, the art fair will will be entirely online. I’m looking forward to seeing what other artists are working on in the region. Franklin Sirmans, director at PAMM (Perez Art Museum Miami) will, along with Isolde Brielmaier, will be taking a look at the collection at the opening reception.
I have recently joined with Dede Brown from the Bahamas, Lisa Howie’s Black Pony Gallery website. It is great to have that next level of exposure for the Caribbean and Atlantic region. In 1986 I applied for and was offered a teaching post in the Bahamas as well as the Cayman Islands. I chose Cayman on the strength of a National Geographic front cover called, “Fair Skies for the Caymans”. That is my only link to the Bahamas until now!
My thanks to Lisa for setting this up. It is a great platform for presenting work for sale.
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My online solo show continues until October 23rd, 2020.
This month sees the start of my new representation with Black Pony Gallery and working with Lisa Howie.
Black Pony Gallery presents a perspective on the contemporary art world of the Atlantic. The gallery features emerging to established artists who reside in the Azores, Bermuda, Cuba, The Bahamas, and Cayman. It aims to participate in international exhibitions, fairs, biennials, and projects that elevate art from the Atlantic World. Black Pony Gallery is produced by Lisa Howie, former executive director of Bermuda National Gallery.
My first solo show with the gallery is on from October 2nd - 23rd, 2020.