Posts Tagged ‘Art Exhibition



23
Mar
12

Kickstarter Update #4: 27%! Creeping Up!

Wow, this is a wild ride and a ton of work. I really, truly appreciate all of your support! It is what is keeping me going right now. It’s a marathon…keep on running… Well it feels like it, but really 25 days is going to be over in a snap. So we are currently creeping up at 27% with 14 days remaining!

I am still hopeful that we can hit 40% by March 25th! The trajectory is a little low for that right now, so any additional help would be a great boost! (Read more here…)

Here is the current list of 47 backers (minus those who preferred to remain anonymous). I am grateful to each one of you and your pledge! Thank you!

    1. Lisa White-Turney
    2. GF Sam Wagner
    3. Eric Dobbins
    4. Luke and Sara
    5. Erik Fish
    6. Susan Patten
    7. Judith G. Levy
    8. Billie Cochrum
    9. Matt Nelson
    10. Celeste Alvarez Plitz
    11. Mark Hartford
    12. Brad Mayhew
    13. Malissa Martin
    14. Befkadu
    15. Stacey Warner Hatton
    16. Luba
    17. Jill Brungardt
    18. Daniel White
    19. donlisy
    20. Sunita
    21. Kathy Porsch
    22. Rhoda A Zapata
    23. Paul White
    24. Christina Dostaler Prestidge
    25. jenifer tracy
    26. Carter Peckham
    27. Derek Seaman
    28. Craig Anderson
    29. Brian White
    30. Andrea Silenza
    31. Danny Joe Gibson
    32. Frank Shopen
    33. Sven Alstrom
    34. Nathan White
    35. Lisa Lala
    36. Chris Sicam
    37. Chad Cox
    38. Ryan Timothy Laferney
    39. Stanci March
    40. Angela Doll Carlson
    41. steve gradwohl
    42. jason dailey

I attached an image of the front of the postcards below. I will get this of for printing on Monday! We are getting there!

PLEASE VISIT the Kickstarter Project here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/darinwhite/overflow-a-debut-new-york-solo-exhibition-of-conc

Thank you again,
Darin
http://darinwhite.com

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Darin M. White, OVERFLOW Exhibition Postcard Front

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21
Mar
12

Kickstarter Update #3: First Goal $1,000/20%!

THANK YOU!


With your pledges we have hit the first goal –

$1,000 and 20%!

I am very grateful for your encouragement, support, sharing this with your
friends, family and creative/art lovers.

Thank you, thank you, thank you!

WE ARE ON OUR WAY to the $5,000 goal. Remember, if we don’t hit that goal in 17 days,
this project will not get funded.
I can tell you don’t want that…I don’t want that either!

As you know we are all busy, if you would be willing to follow up on that email
you sent, facebook post, tweet, or text, phone call, whatever, I think we can really
help this project get wings! If we get enough traffic and pledges to the site, it will
catch the attention of the Kickstarter Staff again and this will help this project
even more!

If you have thoughts about how I could make this Kickstarter project even better?
…please let me know. If there are specific rewards that you feel would help make this happen,
please let me know, I am game! Remember you can always add to your pledge at any time
till April 7th.
How about a pack of six of the Bear Heart thank you cards (shown below)
by adding $20 to your pledge? The front of the card has Bear Heart image on the front, is blank inside,
and has information about the artist and the artwork on the back.

Bear Heart Greeting Card

I think our NEXT GOAL should be DOUBLING this $1,000 to $2,000!
What do you think? Can we do this in 4 days? This would get us back on track
for the $200 a day that is needed to fund this project in time. I am nervous, but
excited too. If these projects were easy EVERYONE would be doing them!
I have put myself out there and you all have been such a great support!
THANK YOU AGAIN!

Kickstarter Project Link:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/darinwhite/overflow-a-debut-new-york-solo-exhibition-of-conce

Sincerely and humbly,
Darin
http://darinwhite.com

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20
Mar
12

34 899 18 The update

Numbers, it seems like everything is numbers right now. I am an artist, not a mathematician, but
I am thankful for all of the numbers coming in…(read more here.)

34 Backers, $899 Pledged, 18 days to go!
Click here to see the project!
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/darinwhite/overflow-a-debut-new-york-solo-exhibition-of-conce

We are doing great, plugging along at a decent rate. Our first major goal is $1,000… (read more here.)

Darin M. White, View of Corn Field in Kansas, 2012

(See larger image here)

 

15
Feb
12

Brooklyn Solo Exhibition April 13-26th, 2012

I have a solo exhibition April 13-26th, 2012 at the Soapbox Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. I am very excited about this project.

As an artist and arts advocate my wife and I help produce and curate art exhibitions, provide opportunities and encourage artists through b.a.l.m. | beauty, art and life movement. I was offered a personal solo art show at an alternative gallery space in Brooklyn, NY from April 13-26, 2012. The space is all that is provided, and the artist acts as the janitor, gallerist, host and receptionist. To be able to produce the large conceptual based installation and object artwork that I make, as well as be in New York for 2-3 weeks during the exhibition, I am looking to raise funds to help make this project a reality. If more funds are raised than required for the project, any extra will go to producing and printing catalogs of the exhibit. I am hoping to pre-sell work for the exhibition. Below are some conceptual images and renderings that show what I am producing. If you are interested, or know of someone who would be interested in this work, please contact me to discuss. Please help me get out the word about this project! Thank you!

Darin M. White, Bear Heart, Taxidermy Bear, 2012

Bear Heart

A naturally peaceful bear protrudes from the wall with arms extended in a kind gesture, paws touching.
The negative shape of the arms creates a simple but powerful message, and encourages the viewer to wrestle with larger issues of life.

Darin M. White, Overflow, Reclaimed wood, seeds, 2012

Overflow conjures thoughts of farmland, barns and brimming silos. Seeds are important and are traded as a
commodity. Cycles of life happen whether we understand the process or choose to bury our head. Our land,
resources and life are laid out in front of us, one moment at a time. What will we do with what we are given?

Darin M. White, Appropriate Attire: Burlap and Earth (left) and Appropriate Attire: Burlap and Ashes (right), Transfer print on copper, 2012

Darin M. White, Appropriate Attire: Burlap and Earth, Transfer print on copper, 2012

A men’s suit made from the same material to hold potatoes or coffee is buried to its knees in soil. Out of the
earth emerges a single seedling. Appropriate Attire: Burlap and Earth wrestles with issues of power and
humility, struggle, toil, life cycle, memento mori, forward movement and growth.

Darin M. White, Appropriate Attire: Ashes and Burlap, Transfer print on copper, 2012

Appropriate Attire:Burlap and Ashes

A burlap sack becomes a women’s dress that either is rising out of or sinking into ashes which create the
outline. From the ashes, new growth begins to form. In nature when fire burns the forest decimating it,
eventually out of this process emerges life and the chance to begin again.

©2012 Darin M. White

Once the Kickstarter project is launched I will post a link so you can check it out!

Darin M. White
http://darinwhite.com

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08
Mar
11

Invitation | The Beautiful Life: Looking at Life and Perspectives on Creativity, Sideways

The Beautiful Life: Looking at Life and Perspectives on Creativity, Sideways.

Dates:
Tuesday, Mar 22, 2011 – Saturday, Apr 9, 2011
Receptions:
Tuesday, Mar 22, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Images:
The Beautiful Life: Looking at Life and Perspectives on Creativity, Sideways.
“Research Drawing”, 2009 on Mylar by Linnea Gabriella Spransy
“Purity” (from the Foundation Series), 1996 – Cast Bronze, Fabricated Steel – 95.5″H Darin M. White – Photo by Aaron Paden

“She Traces Rainbows”, C-Print on Aluminum ©2011 Shannon White

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“The Right Hat for Any Ocastion” ©2011 Rex Hausmann

The Beautiful Life: Looking at Life and Perspectives on Creativity, Sideways.

Darin & Shannon White, Linnea Gabriella Spransy, Rex Hausmann

@ Hausmann Millworks as part of Contemporary Art Month 2011

Tuesday, March 22, 2011 6pm – 8.30pm

925 W Russell Place, San Antonio TX 78212

210.884.6390 | www.hausmannmillworks.com

A panel discussion format & art exhibition will be held at Hausmann Millworks regarding the subject of artistic involvement and integration into society as a whole. Four artists are speaking on their work, ideas on contemporary art making and marketing and their curatorial work both nationally and internationally. Their work will also be available for view at the exhibition coming from San Antonio TX, Lawrence, Kansas & Kansas City, Missouri.

The Artists/ Directors

Linnea Gabriella Spransy (Kansas City, MO)

Linnea is a painter and installation artist based out of Kansas City. Ms. Spransy helps run the contemporary art community Monarch Studios in Kansas City and holds an MFA from Yale University. She has exhibited work at Art Basel Miami as well as the SCOPE Art Fair and is part the The Drawing Center registry in New York City. She is represented by Byron Cohen in Kansas City.

http://www.linneagabriella.com

Darin & Shannon White (Lawrence, KS)

Darin and Shannon White are a husband and wife duo residing in Lawrence, Kansas.  Shannon is a painter and Darin is a sculptor. Both show nationally and internationally and have spoken around the country. Together they co founded and are directors of Beauty Art and Life Movement or b.a.l.m., a movement for encouraging, educating, providing opportunities, and supporting artists. In addition their interest is helping artists become sustainable, helping educate the public about the value of the arts, and creating a more beautiful life and culture.

www.beautyartandlifemovement.org/
http://www.shannonwhite.com
http://www.cargocollective.com/darinwhite

Rex Hausmann (San Antonio, TX)

Rex is a painter. He and his family run Hausmann Millworks: A Creative Community located in San Antonio, Texas. He graduated from The Savannah College of Art and Design in 2007 with a degree in painting. Rex has shown nationally and internationally and is in the collections of The Smithsonian, The University of Texas at San Antonio as well as public and private collections throughout Europe and the US. He also took part in the 2009 Venice Biennale.

2005-2007 – www.rexhausmann.com

2008-2009 – www.texascannonsofproportion.com

2009- current – www.hausmannmillworks.com

26
Nov
10

balm Dry Bones Exhibition, curating, sculpture and press

As I mentioned previously, I have been curating a “Flash Space” at 739 Mass Street in Lawrence, KS.  This current show called b.a.l.m. Dry Bones which opened on Friday October, 29th and was going to run until around December, 23rd 2010, however we helped lease the space by coming in and setting up this temporary gallery and bringing in traffic and awareness, so the show ended early.  I haven’t included my work in any of these shows, but I had a piece I really wanted to produce for this show and thankfully was able to accomplish.  We had a very good turn out with around 750-1000 attendees estimated.  We sold a painting of one of the artists as well which was encouraging.


“Dry Bones|Bone Boat” ©2010 Darin M. White

The rathaus, a local art blog has been doing a great job of keeping up on local art news. Click on the logo to see the post for the b.a.l.m. Dry Bones show.  The Rathaus

Rex Hausmann who is an artist and director of the Hausmann Millworks came up to Lawrence with painter Duane Hilburn and they both had work in the balm Dry Bones show.  Rex Hausmann shown below with Ryan LaFerney in front of Hausman’s work and installation.

Here are some other shows that I curated for the 739 Mass St. Flash Space.  b.a.l.m. anthopoi exhibition which had a good news article written up.Below is an image from the show opening with my wife’s beautiful painting called “Transition”.


“Transition” ©2010 Shannon White

The first show curated was the b.a.l.m. TRANS•parent TRANS•lucent exhibition that had fabulous review called Seeing Through by Ryan LaFerney in Review Magazine.  The image below is from the opening with Shannon’s painting in the background and our friend Emily and her daughter at the right.


b.a.l.m. TRANS•parent TRANS•lucent Art Exhibit Shannon’s “Pregnant Promise” shown ©2010 Shannon White

During the hubbub of getting ready for the balm Dry Bones show we were asked along with some other local art collectives to produce a piece for Lawrence Magazine called Collective Creations.  There was a quick little video piece done as well about the theme Love in the Time of Beer Bellies … a Mass. St. Romance.  I have gotten to do a little radio lately for the promotion of the Downtown Lawrence Art Districts Final Friday’s on 1320 AM which has been a fun experience.  If you have a moment take some time to check out some other reviews and press on the balm site.

Keep a look out for my next post about wearable sculptures.

If you are interested in having me curate or jury an art exhibit, please contact me at
785.764.2216 or email here.

With thankfulness… Happy Thanksgiving to you all!




Darin White

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