Above and Below the Flood hangs at Froelick Gallery 30 August to 29 September. Please join us for the Preview night Wednesday 5 September or First Thursday 6 September (or both, you know, quiet, chill one evening, then super fun and hectic the next).
There will be an artist talk at 11 am Saturday 15 September at the gallery. Also on the 15th, at 3, there will be a Lafe Pence hike in Forest Park hosted by Forest Park Conservancy.
Above and Below the Flood, a solo exhibit about topography and dread, opens at Froelick Gallery September 2018.
Julia Stoops reads from her new novel, Parts Per Million, at Powells, 23 April!
The Rumpus is running an excerpt from Parts per Million (with a couple extra color illustrations)!
Two drawings can be seen in the Gallery 114 show curated this month by Mark Andres. A panel talk happens Sunday November 5, 1-3.
Kickstarter funded. The illustrations for the novel were completed. Work is underway on the rewards (bookplate, patch, zine of an unreleased PpM POV).
A studio Patreon was launched!
The Kickstarter for the illustrations for Julia Stoops' novel Parts per Million is Live!
View From Here benefit show for the Southern Poverty Law Center at Erickson Gallery July 6-31st with a meet the artists party at Atelier Meridian on 28 July.
Correspondence, a group show, runs at Carbondale Arts June 2-30th. A virtual tour of the show can be seen here.
Lafe Pence Hike in Forest Park for the Forest Park Conservancy Saturday, June 24 at 10am.
Oregon Health Sciences University has acquired Snowfall on The Retreat from The Pinnacles and We Missed The Trail.
Passages Bookshop releases their 2017 poster: The Gods Can Do Anything.
The Ranger Describes the Lake opens at Froelick Gallery Wednesday October 5, 2016 with a preview party that night and First Thursday opening with next.
Print demo and talk at Atelier Meridian's October Ink and Drink Friday October 14.
The Ranger Describes the Lake will open at Froelick Gallery Portland in October 2016 alongside the work of Lli Wilburn.
The studio bulletin is out and can be read here.
Several paintings, including six new blue book tiles, hang at The Crystal Palace in Aspen, as part Gravity Gallery's new show, Subtle Gaze. The show runs to February 28.
Rot: The Afterlife of Trees is at The Arts Center of Corvallis until February 25, then moves to the World Forestry Center in Portland for March.