So what do I do now? After eight long months and the successful conclusion of the Super/Power exhibit with artists, Lily Stockman, Carrie Fonder and Rebecca Layton, the show comes to a rest. It traveled tirelessly to the Winterline Center in Uttarakhand, India and then on to the ultra sheek Threshold Gallery in downtown Delhi. Much work was sold during this exhibition but the proudest purchase was my three monkey drawings (Spiritual Acessories No.1-3) finding a new home in the American Embassy in Mumbai. The Super/Power catalogue was produced beautifully with the much appreciated financial assistance of Fulbright and USIEF. And the whole shebang wouldn’t have happened without the constant support of so many unnamed colleagues (you know who you are).
These days I spend my time in my studio at the Arlington Arts Center working hard on the next exhibit, American Temple, a solo show at Flashpoint Gallery in downtown DC opening Saturday, June 18th. This show will feature a new and improved ‘machine’ that I invite all to play and determine their ‘Purity Score’. It should be a lot of fun.
I will be participating at the Hamiltonian as a fellow and producing new works, new projects and new social ‘happenings’.
And what of the Dharma Project? What becomes of this blog sans India? Well, the Dharma Blog now turns its humorously erratic eye to the nation’s capital, obsessing as always over consumer spiritual goods and talking about DC’s incredible art scene in all of its slick goodness. Check in and chime in, the story doesn’t end here.