Sunday, September 4, 2011

update


I installed my work today with the help of another artist. No one tells you how much goes into it:)  My show is up September 5-16. The reception is 4-7pm September 15 at The Craft Studio Gallery in Columbia. Everyone can park in the visitors parking on University Avenue. I am excited to meet people and get a feel for the art crowd in Columbia.

Saturday, August 6, 2011

show

Its been awhile since i posted! My show will be put up Sept 6-16. The gallery hours are M-T 12-9 F-S 12-6 and Sun12-4. I hope to see everyone Sept 15 the reception is 4-7 but the gallery is open until 9:)

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Show

Commencement is right around the corner and I'm trying to sell some paintings to help offset shipping costs. It is quite nerve wrecking. In the meantime i am working on my more recent series on flaws.  This is an installation shot from my show at the context gallery just for grins:)

Monday, April 4, 2011

university gallery



I just got into a show and was asked to curate or have a solo show at the Craft Studio Gallery. My show will be up Sept 4- 17. It is during the campus crawl where the head of the gallery, Kelsi Hammond, said they had foot traffic of around 450 people! I am very excited for my small yet, widely viewed gallery! What a great to get ready for the Big Apple.
Mission
The Craft Studio’s mission is to create opportunities for MU students and community members to explore arts and crafts in a casual and recreational environment. Craft Studio classes are offered for a variety of skill levels ranging from the novice explorer to the seasoned craftsman. Our studio space is available for people of all abilities to explore art and engage in self-discovery. We maintain a gallery to showcase the work of local artisans as well as providing new artists with their first exhibition opportunities. The ultimate goal of the Craft Studio is to help people overcome their fears about art and discover their inner creativity.
Contact:

address

518 Hitt Street
N12 Memorial Union
Columbia, Mo 65211

phone

(573) 882-2889

email

Gallery Questions & Comments:   CraftStudioGallery@missouri.edu

Monday, March 28, 2011

New Upcoming Shows

I have just sent my current body of work to the Form and Context Gallery for an upcoming show along with some very talented artists. My mentor Steve Knudsen, and even other artists such as John Rise and Suzanne Jackson are in it! I am very flattered and excited that my work is moving and getting out there. Seeing them on a truck in a way is like loosing part of your soul, but i am extremely glad to share my work!
I am also about to curate a show in Columbia, Missouri with a few other figurative painters. I will keep everyone updated.

Upcoming Show


by Sandra Reed

FORM and CONTEXT Gallery 200 North Hamilton St High Point, NC 27260 Exhibiting at High Point Market April 2nd – 7th 2011
FORM and C O N T E X T Gallery was started by Laura Victore an artist and MFA graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design. The gallery represents emerging and established artists, primarily those whose studio practice reflects a cutting-edge voice and clear statement about today’s human condition. Our primary emphasis is to introduce our clients to the contemporary art world and encourage them to start collecting art by feeling a connection to a particular visual art FORM through the awareness of the C O N T E X T from which the artist has created the work.
Featured Artists: Rachel Evans: http://rachelevans.net/home.html
Jaime K. Howard http://local-artists.org/user/6934/profile
Suzanne Jackson http://www.suzannefjackson.com/
Blazo Kovacervic http://www.blazokovacevic.com/
Stephen Knudsen http://www.steveknudsen.com/Page_2_07M7.php
Daniel Liegey http://www.facebook.com/#!/daniel.liegey
John Olenyik http://www.chromaartgallery.com/Gallery.asp?GalleryID=65951&AKey=h5xchm8a
John Rise http://www.johnrise.com
Wendell R. Smith http://savannahnow.com/stories/060301/LOCalcolor.shtml
Emily Tenebaum http://www.saatchionline.com/emilytenenbaum
Matt Toole www.matttolle.com
Laura Victore http://lauravictoreart.com/home.html

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

New York

I might be moving to New York after graduation! I think i'm getting ready to move away from home and start my endeavors in the arts. I am hoping to get exposed to artists, co-ops, numerous shows and the entire art scene minus the auction houses! My grandma agreed to put me up which gives me an advantage when i'm first starting up. I am nervous but ready for a change. If anyone has any advice let me know:)