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Interview on iTunes

Added on by Jacquelyn Gleisner.

Listen to my interview on iTunes with the host, David Livingston, on his new podcast, First Stop Art, here

Scroll IX,  2016. Ink, gouache on paper, 3.5 by 30 feet. 

Scroll IX, 2016. Ink, gouache on paper, 3.5 by 30 feet. 

In this episode we talk about a series of work I started in 2014 called Scrolls. We also discuss more recent works like the knots. 

First Stop Art Website

Check out the images on the website for the podcast: 

https://www.firststopart.com/

New Podcast — The First Stop!

Added on by Jacquelyn Gleisner.

The First Stop 

My colleague and friend, David Livingston, is the host of a brand new podcast featuring artists from around New Haven. The podcast is called The First Stop and I stopped by the recording studio at the University of New Haven to record an interview with David this morning. 

Previous interviews with Jeff Ostergren and Polly Shindler can be found on the site for the podcast via Soundcloud

Coming Soon... 

Stay tuned for my interview and the official launch of the podcast on iTunes! Find The First Stop on Instagram here.

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At Work // New Faculty Show at Seton Gallery

Added on by Jacquelyn Gleisner.

I'm delighted to be included in the New Faculty show "At Work" at the University of New Haven's Seton Gallery. Join me for the opening Reception next Wednesday, October 4th from 4 - 7 p.m. 

Through October 12th

Featuring works by David Livingston, Jacquelyn Gleisner, Caroline Valites, Serdar Arat, and Luis Victori

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Seton Gallery, University of New Haven, Dodds Hall, 300 Boston Post Road, New Haven, CT

Crown Street Window Installation at Artspace

Added on by Jacquelyn Gleisner.

I have an installation at the Crown Street windows at Artspace this month. Check out the windows from now until April 30, 2017. The reception for these windows, as well as the current exhibition, Laughing Skulls, will take place this Friday. The installation will also be up during the Annual Gala and Silent Auction on April 29.

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Crown Street Window Installation

Work in progress shot 

Work in progress shot 

A view of the installation from outside with the reflections of the city

A view of the installation from outside with the reflections of the city

Nasty Women New Haven Exhibition

Added on by Jacquelyn Gleisner.

Scroll I installed outside for the Nasty Women Show, New Haven

In honor of International Women's Day and the opening for the Nasty Women Show, I installed a 30-ft. painting, Scroll I, on the facade of the Institute Library. Over the past few weeks, this painting on paper has experienced rain, snow, and significant wind, but I'm happy to report that the painting is still standing with little damage. The paper has started to buckle in places, but overall, the vibrant colors have barely faded or bled. 

Nasty Women Exhibition

Organized by Sarah Fritchey, Valerie Garlick, and Lucy McClure, the Nasty Women Show at the Institute Library is part of a movement of similar exhibitions throughout the country, following the lead of the first show at the Knockdown Center in Queens in January. 

One of the curators for the Nasty Women Show asked participants what it means to be nasty. I think that being vulnerable to the elements is one way to show perseverance. 

The Institute Library is located at 847 Chapel Street in downtown New Haven. The exhibition continues through April 9, 2017. 

The Institute Library is located at 847 Chapel Street in downtown New Haven. The exhibition continues through April 9, 2017.