Studio will be open to the public for Gowanus Open Studios (Oct 14-Oct 15 1PM-6PM). 313 Butler Street, Brooklyn.
It’s an honor to be included in an exhibition honoring Katherine Sherwood‘s work as an artist and educator at University of California, Berkeley. A group of paintings will be on view alongside a selection of other former students and Katherine’s own retrospective exhibition, Oct 19-Nov4, Worth Ryder Art Gallery, Kroeber Hall, UC Berkeley.
Robert Irwin’s Landing Stones is part of the New York Academy of Art’s auction at Sotheby’s this month. Click here to take a look.
CB1 Gallery Summer show Summer Reverie July 23-Aug28
Projected text visualizations in collaboration with Samuel Adams’ Light Readings premiered at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s MusicNOW concert series on June 6th in Harris theater. Chicago, IL.
Two new works will be on view in Small is Beautiful at Flowers Gallery in Chelsea. Opening Nov. 19.
Moto Okawa’s review of Painting of Levitated Mass in Artilikela.com
LA Weekly includes Painting of Levitated Mass as one of five shows to see in Los Angeles
Painting of Levitated Mass exhibition will open at CB1 Gallery in Los Angeles on July 25, up through Sept 5
Plymouth Rock will be on view in the NYAA Summer exhibition at Flowers Gallery in NYC, opening June 18 through July 16
Robert Irwin’s Landing Stones will be on view at Art Miami, NYC on pier 94. May 14-17 New York Academy of Art booth.
A group of new paintings will be exhibited alongside Jennifer Wynne Reeves, Mira Schor, Craig Taylor and Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia at CB1 Gallery in Paper; Ground, April 18-May 20
Several paintings on view at CB1 Gallery in ‘Encore! Gallery Artists Group Exhibition’
Alumni Drive on display at Flowers Gallery, NYC, in the New York Academy of Art Annual Summer Exhibition. Curated by Laura Hoptman (Museum of Modern Art), Matthew Flowers, and Patterson Sims (Independent Curators International)
Artweek LA last call http://artweek.la/issue/april-21-2014/article/emily-davis-adams-ground
Sharon Butler reports from Los Angeles in Two Coats of Paint:
From Artillery Magazine, April, 2014:
Solo Exhibition at CB1 Gallery listed in the Huffington post as a “must see painting show”
and “publisher’s pick” on the New American Paintings blog
Egg for charity
To be found somewhere in NYC for three weeks in April, 2014 http://thebigegghunt.org/
1600 Saint Michaels Drive featured in the new issue of The Appendix, a journal of narrative and experimental history.
Shortlisted for 100 Painters of Tomorrow, juried by Cecily Brown, Barry Schwabsky, and Gregor Muir among others.
Two watercolors (New Mexico VI and New Mexico VII) to be exhibited at ‘Take Home a Nude’ Auction, hosted by New York Academy of Art and honoring Walton Ford. At Sotheby’s, New York. October 8, 2013
Emily is now represented by CB1 Gallery in Los Angeles. First Solo show is scheduled for March, 2014. Please stay tuned!
A group of new watercolors will be on view in A few of my favorite things, a Group Exhibition at CB1 Gallery (opening June 30 in Los Angeles):