Rise Up Review Summer Issue
I'm thrilled to announce that one of my poems appears in the Rise Up Review's summer issue. Click HERE to read it.
Since the pandemic started I've been working on my slash, as in, artist/[add another discipline here.] I was an artist/writer in the 1990s and wrote art reviews. But as the publications closed up shop my venues dried up and I was happy to take that time back in the studio. While I was in residence at the Willapa Bay AiR in 2017, I accepted a challenge from the poet in residence to write a poem. I'd never written one before and it sparked something in me, but I didn't know what to do about it. A few more trickled out over the years, but it still felt like something I did for myself. Then a few months into quarantine, it seemed like the best way for me to express myself in a creative way, so I started working on poems in a way that resembled my art practice. Zoom culture allowed me to take poetry workshops with poets near and far. (Finally, we can be in person, albeit in a backyard.) I started submitting my poems to journals earlier this year and I'm excited to now have a poem out in the world.
I will have work in this group show at:
749 East Temple St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
+1 213 935 8331
Saturday, July 20th, 6-8 pm
Tuesday-Saturday 11am-6pm or by appointment
On view from July 20 - September 7, 2019
Interview for Art and Cake
Art and Cake is a contemporary art magazine with a focus on the Los Angeles art scene. You can read my profile in Dani Dodge's series on "Artists and Day Jobs" HERE
Exhibit at St. George's School in Middletown, RI
The Sky Hides the Night Behind It, works by Timothy Nolan
Feb 3 - March 10, 2017
The Hunter Gallery, St. George's School, Middletown, RI 02842
Interview for Two Coats of Paint
Two Coats of Paint is an award winning blog, based in NYC, with artist Sharon Butler at the helm. I was pleased to sit down with her to answer some questions about my recent public project (Like Sound Going Sideways), at Los Angeles International Airport. You can read our discussion HERE. The exhibit is in Terminal 7 through January 2017.
Solo Exhibit at LAX / Fabrik Magazine Review
Like Sound Going Sideway was a solo exhibition at Los Angeles International Airport, on view in 2016 and early 2017. It was located in the Ticketing Area and the Arrivals Hall between Terminals 7 and 8, servicing United Airlines. You can read about this work and all the art at LAX in FABRIK - Issue 33
Portland Art Museum
I am honored to be in the collection, and in the exhibit, Measure, Gesture, Form: Modern and Contemporary Drawings from a Private Donor, at the Portland Art Museum in Portland, Oregon.
Heather Marx Art Advisory
Sixteen years ago, I stopped into Heather Marx Gallery in San Francisco to see the current show and drop off the catalog I produced for my show Link at Newspace Gallery. I'd followed her program since the gallery opened the year before, and was intrigued by the work she championed. Since then we've worked together on shows at both Heather Marx Gallery and Marx & Zavattero, the gallery she ran with her husband Steve Zavattero, and art fairs in New York, Miami, and San Francisco. Most importantly though, we've become friends. That's why I'm so pleased we can still work together via Heather Marx Art Advisory.
Triton Museum of Art
I am pleased to announce that the Triton Museum of Art
has acquired my work, From Behind the Moon in Dim Eclipse,
2014, Dye-sublimation print on aluminum, 22” x 48”, 1/3
Living and Sustaining a Creative Life