Constriction No.5


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“AWAKENING” RAW: Natural Born Artists


Well, here’s another first. I am FINALLY featured in an exhibit in The Charm City!!!! (Unaffiliated with MICA). I was scouted for Baltimore’s RAW exhibit/competition “AWAKENING” to be held at The Creative Alliance on Feb. 6th, 2014 from 8pm-10pm. RAW is a little hard to describe since it has such a multifaceted mission…so I recommend you read about it here. It currently operates in 60 cities across the U.S., Australia, Canada, and the U.K. It can be described as a competition, promotional tool for emerging artists, pop-up gallery, and fancy cocktail party. The competition aspect relies on votes. The more votes you get from each event, the more likely your chances are of representing your city in a giant RAW show in LA. In the mean time, I need to sell tickets to cover my promotional supplements and archival framing (and baby, that sh*t ain’t cheap). The tickets are less expensive if you buy them through my profile at their site so please pretty pretty please please buy tickets HERE, please. Thank you :)

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SYSTEMATIC at Manifest


Well. It’s finally happened. My very first interstate gallery show…!!!!! “SYSTEMATIC: Art By or About Systems” opens January 24th and closes February 21st at Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio. I was selected out of 129 entries and two of my drawings (twelve of the other artists only had one piece selected…not to brag or anything ;) ) were selected out of 289 entries. I wont be able to attend the opening seeing as how I spent my plane ticket/Xmas money on professional archival framing, so if you’re in Ohio, please let me how the show looks and take plenty of pictures for me! There should be a published book/catalog for sale after the fact, so I’ll keep everyone posted on that. For additional information about SYSTEMATIC, please visit the link here and scroll down to the third post.

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Constriction No.4


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W A V E C O R E Vol.2


Once again, I have had the pleasure of contributing a track to the 2nd W A V E C O R E release by Anywave Records based out of Paris, France! Said track is from a music collaboration called Amalaise with established electronic musician and sound artist Jason Sloan. Please purchase a copy of  W A V E C O R E Vol. 1 & 2 here.  Both comps are limited edition, handmade, screen printed, and going fast!

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Visual News Article


Justin Crowe (professional fine artist, writer, and Dizbe entrepreneur) has written an incredibly flattering article for Visual News titled “Micro-Landscape Ink Drawings Inspired by Sound: Beth Brown” about my work. I’m pretty sure no one has ever described my work in such a ruminative and vivid (not to mention really really fun and exciting) way. I am deeply honored.Dizbe is a creative archive to discover, meet, and collect the most exciting working artists. It provides the tools to learn about new artists and to share the work of these emerging/established artists. Here is the article for your reading pleasure.

“Micro-Landscape Ink Drawings Inspired by Sound: Beth Brown”
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These drawings are like taking a microscope to a night club and observing the crawling skin of a rave dancer. Before you read on click ‘Play’ on the sound piece below to set the mood. These incredibly detailed ink drawings are physical manifestations of Beth Brown’s sound art. They look like an iTunes visualizer being used in a slightly darker sci-fi universe. The nonobjective shapes embody a wonderfully dense articulated structure and imply movement: slithering, morphing, collapsing, as a part of some strange foreign lifecycle on micro scale. Beth Brown builds accumulated sensory texture expressed through micro-landscapes.
In these ink drawings Beth uses ‘line’ as a simple building block to create complex compositions. Repetitive curved lines imply a topographical lift and tightly packed lines imply density. This developed visual language allows Beth to describe three dimensions of information on a two dimensional canvas. Many photos below are actually detail images from giant complex compositions. The smaller clips allow us to appreciate the craft and tedium that make up these incredible abstract landscapes.
It is a beautiful phenomenon when an artist may simply exist in order to manifest a creative mission. Crafting an artistic aesthetic is something that comes slowly and is nurtured over time. When an artist reaches this point of purity their style is recognizable across all creative outlets such as artwork, personality, values, and lifestyle. Beth Brown rides an elegant wave of creative expression with a mission that is successfully iconic across mediums.”



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Constriction No.3


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Forage Press: Pretty In Black & White

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I had the very pleasant surprise of being asked to contribute more of my work to the special digital issue of Pretty In Black & White by Forage Press (FPD01). Check out the whole issue here!

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A number of my pieces have been featured in MAKE8ELIEVE {art # culture magazine}’s Issue # 4: OCD. There are tons of amazing artists showcased in this particular issue who are incredible perfectionists…definitely something to check out.  Give them a look by viewing the publication in it’s entirety here.

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SoundArt at MICA Presents: An Evening of Electronic Music and Texture


The Poster says it all. Here is a link to Alberto Novello’s work along with new material from the lovely Liz Meredith. You can check out more SoundArt at MICA’s events at this link as well as upcoming performances at The Windup Space.

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