On October 25th 2019 Filmmaker and collaborator Emilie Upczak and I received the INSITE Grant from RedLine Contemporary Art Center and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Our project is to create a video installation that will visually explore human industry, expansion, movement, and boundaries, as well as public and private land, wildlife, and wildlife crossing corridors in north Denver.
This show (below) is a collaborative effort between six artists. Each artist was asked to interpret the meaning of The Controlled Wild and what the paradoxical title means to them. How they will interpret it, and how the artists works is in conversation with each other will be on display at the gallery at GRACe, in Globeville, north Denver.
I have been invited to create a piece of original artwork for Vessel Works, a stainless steel reusable cup service that is working towards keeping plastic out of your body, the ocean, and the environment.
In exchange, Vessel is hosting a raffle of one of my paintings, on my behalf.
The winner will choose one painting from seven possible paintings in the raffle pool, images below. The cost to participate is $20 per ticket, this is a tax deductible donation. Below are the paintings in the pool, that you can choose one painting from, should you win.
The raffle begins Friday May 3, 2019. All ticket holders will have their names placed in a box and one ticket will be drawn randomly at midnight Monday, May 20, 2019. You can buy tickets using the link below or by sending a check payable to Vessel Works at 3122 8th Street, Boulder, CO 80304.
Thanks in advance for participating!