PARIS, FR – Vernissage de l’exposition “GAIA”

As usual click the above image to be taken to the facebook album.     Visite de l’exposition du mairie du 18ème Eric Lejoindre et de la conseillère de Paris

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Art of Science/Science of Art Reception

  Click the above album to go to the facebook page with the photos from the reception.

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Wheaton College Reception

Last Wednesday my family and I went to the Wheaton College reception and I’m really glad I went! I met Elizabeth Keithline whose the gallery director at Beard and Weil

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Realized I never posted the A.I.R Gallery album to the blog, here it is! Post by K Glyphics.

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Post by K Glyphics.

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Post by K Glyphics.

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Yesterday, I finally attended the Artist Under the Dome Event!  It is sponsored by the Mass Cultural Council. The event was geared to celebrating artists are who working and living

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July 23rd, I went into Boston to attend the reception for the ADA 24th Celebration at the Institute for Human Centered Design. I really wanted this exhibition, and I’m glad

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Photos from Electrolyte!

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A Solo Show: Electrolyte!

I had my reception for Electrolyte! yesterday at Groundings! It was a great success and the right amount of time too. I think 2 hours for a reception is good.

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I had a fantastic time this past week with the Younger than Amy exhibition. After dropping my artwork off on Sunday I came in on Tuesday and helped Ewa, the

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Photos from the Arsenale of Venice Main Exhibition

Post by K Glyphics – Studio 19.

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On Friday I left work early to go into Cambridge, MA for two receptions. The first one, at this year’s VSA competition (the one that accepted my works into the

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Friday I drove back to Western Ma to attend The Boxcar Gallery’s Opening Reception. This gallery is literally in an old boxcar. The gallery is located in downtown Greenfield, Ma.

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Thursday I came home from Enfield to attend the Holiday Open Studios at Cabot Street Studios. We had really bad weather so we think that that kept some people at

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