I am happy to announce that I am participating in Earth Matters, the 2010 NCECA Invitational exhibition in Philadelphia. The show, installed at the Galleries at Moore, Moore College of Art and Design, opened on March 13 and runs until April 10, coinciding with the 44th annual NCECA conference, March 31 to April 3. I will be attending the conference and the opening of the 2010 NCECA Invitational, which takes place on April 1 at 7:00 p.m.
It is an honour to have been selected for this exhibition, curated by NCECA Exhibitions Director Linda Ganstrom. I am showing my porcelain piece, Devastatus Rememorari, for the fourth time, and once again had to source 400 lbs. of salt for the floor of the gallery. I would like to extend a special thank you to Robert Croker of Crozier Fine Arts for his unrelenting and successful search for glistening, white road salt in the middle of March in Philly. I am also grateful to Linda Ganstrom and her husband Sheldon for all their help during the installation that took place two weeks ago. Congratulations to Linda for putting together a beautiful show! Thank you for including me.
A full-colour catalogue for the 2010 NCECA Invitational exhibition will be available.
Photos by Gabrielle Lavin.