I am very honored to show my work alongside the work of my favorite artist and friend, Janice Lowry, and the work of David Gilday. The show is titled "Existence" and curated by Kim Garrison and Steve Radosevich. I would love to see you at the opening on Wednesday evening from 5 pm to 7.30 pm, or at a more convenient date for you. The show will be up until Thursday April 16th.
Greg S. Gilday, Janice Lowry, J.F. Podevin
curated by United Catalysts
Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion Main Gallery, Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, CA
Opening Reception, Wednesday, March 18, 5 to 7:30pm
Show runs from Monday, March 16 to Thursday, April 16, Gallery hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs: 12-6pm Wed, 12-8pm
Open one Saturday, April 11, from 12-4pm (campus closed week of 3/30 to 4/2 for Spring Holiday)
Existence showcases the worlds of three artists who document their personal existence through their art practice. All three artists are prolific, processing their lives through their sketchbooks and journals, drawings, paintings, collage and sculpture, but each expresses their experience in their own way. JF Podevin creates interactive machines, maps and serial recordings of the world around him. Greg S. Gilday depicts vehicles that act out personal relationships, stories and dreams. The late Janice Lowry used found and invented imagery and objects to tell her life’s story, documenting everything from motherhood and medical concerns to her emotions and personal philosophy. As they have lived their life’s journeys, each of these artists has left us a recording of their physical world, and shared the inner worlds of their hearts and minds.