This Friday, February 3rd, the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design will open a retrospective exhibit of my work including portraiture, music-related projects, gallery pieces, and a range of commissioned paintings from the last decade or so. I'll be giving a talk Friday morning at 11am for students, staff, faculty and the public, and I'll be attending the official opening that evening (the soft opening was on January 27th, and the show will run through March 2nd).
PCA&D has a terrific program that focuses on illustration, graphic design, photography, and fine arts, and they've been the host of some wonderful workshops and exhibitions over their 30 years, including greats like Seymour Chwast, Gail Anderson, Raul Colon, Jerry Pinkney, Bill Plympton, and Marshall Arisman, just to name a few. I'm tremendously honored to have been invited to exhibit and speak there, and I'm excited to see many of these pieces together in one place (many were borrowed from collectors for the show).
Below is a sampling of some of the works in the exhibit--if you're in the area, I hope to see you there!