Current and Upcoming Projects:
2015 National Science Foundation Antarctic Artists and Writers Program: I'm working on sculpture and photos for a solo show at Goucher College opening Oct. 2017. A large selection of photos are posted on Flickr and my blog. Two photographs enlarged to 7 x 10 feet to be exhibited at BWI Marshall Airport between May 2017 and May 2018.
I spent two months in Antarctica at the end of 2015 as a grantee of the National Science Foundation Antarctica Artists and Writers Prorgram. A Rubys Award from the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance will support the creation of sculptural work based on ice formations to be exhibited in October-December 2017 at Goucher College's Rosenberg Gallery. The sculpture of the Canada Glacier from Lake Fryxell is on view April 8-30 at Glen Echo Park in the Popcorn Gallery in the exhibition Sculpture REMIX: 2017 -- Craft/Technology/Art.
Two photographs from an Antarctic ice cave have been enlarged to 7 x 10 feet to be exhibited at BWI Marshall Airport between May 2017 and May 2018. Two other photographs were selected for the Antarctic and Arctic Data Consortium 2017 Calendar.
One of the photographs I took in Antarctica is January 2016 Cloud of the Month on the web site of the Cloud Appreciation Society. Nine works from this project will be exhibited at the 2016 Artscape Festival in Baltimore as part of the Sondheim Semi-Finalist Exhibition.
I was the 2014-15 Baltimore Ecosystem Study Artist-in-Residence. The project was the inaugural exhibition at Space Camp Gallery, 16 W. North Ave. in Baltimore in October 2015. Find works from the project and exhibition on this site and on my Flickr page. Three scientists and I were interviewed on The Marc Steiner Show airing on WEAA-FM, Baltimore on March 3, 2016. Listen to the podcast.
Featured Past Projects
Watershed Moments, Baltimore, MD, 2015:
Solo show of photographs and sculpture based on my Baltimore Ecosystem Study project.
Nailya Alexander Gallery, New York, NY, 2012
Solo show of 10 hand-colored photographs of clouds. More here.
Helen Glazer, Owings Mills, Maryland, USA