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As a maker of things....

Ernest Crosby The Search No one could tell me where my Soul might be. I searched for God, but God eluded me: I sought my Brother out, and found all three. Artist Statement to follow!

All About Albany

Upon my arrival I was given a key to my own studio, complete with a door and windows! I immediately began nesting and this new body of work is taking full shape. I do not have titles or finished peices yet, but here are some process shots. Some may look at Do Ho Suh for one of my influences and I do agree that we are having similar conversations in our work. As usual, Anselm Keiffer is looking over my shoulder.

Cusp of the Old and New

In May I was blessed to share the John A Day Gallery space with four other artists in the final exhibition of my BFA in painting from the University of South Dakota. The show was titled  In Transposition.  These are a few photos from that show as well as our press release.  The University of South Dakota Presents a BFA Art Exhinition entitled In Transposition featuring the work of Johnne Law McMahan, Zechariah Blasy, Paige Reinders, Jaymee Harvey, and Anna Ayotte. The exhibition will run from April 9-13, 2012 in the John A. Day Gallery on the USD campus, closing reception is from 5:00-7:30 PM on April 13. Zechariah Blasy was born in Rapid City South Dakota and will be receiving a BFA in painting. His work balances on the line between graffiti painting, street art, and high brow art. Jaymee Harvey was born in Maplewood, Minnesota she will also be receiving her BFA in painting. Her work reflects upon the local socioeconomi