I’ve got five pieces in the show “Uncanny” at Walker Fine Art in Denver. Exhibit runs through March 10, 2018. Here is a nice review of the show.
The limited edition prints have all sold, but I’ve started a second open edition at a smaller size. These prints fit in a standard 20″ x 16″ frame. They are printed on acid-free cotton paper using archival inks. Each is hand-signed. Prints are available in the Store for the new lower price of $80.00
11/26/2016 Eight new paintings by Mark Penner-Howell are on exhibit at Walker Fine Art in Denver. Show runs through January 7, 2017.
07/13/2016 I’m happy to be included in this survey of contemporary artists of the Rocky Mountain west. It’s a strong and diverse collection of artists. A nice coffee-table gift idea too. Available various places, including Amazon.
01/14/2016 Happy to announce that my painting “Welcome, Valued Customer” has been included in this year’s Art of the State show at the Arvada Center. Jan 21 – March 27, 2016 Opening Reception Thursday January 21, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Also, my painting “One” will be on display as part of the invitational exhibit Opiates […]
09/08/2015 Combining imagery from the domains of mythology, antiquated science, and contemporary popular culture, this body of work intentionally conflates the personal with the cosmic, the past with the present, to suggest that our ideas about identity and our place in the cosmos are provisional at best. The children in these paintings are depicted in […]
2/9/15 I was recently invited to include several pieces in an exhibit called rePOPulated: contemporary perspectives on pop art at the Arvada Center. This show presents pioneering works of Pop Art from the C.U. museum’s collection, together with recent works by regional artists working in a post-Pop vein. The exhibit runs through March 29, 2015. […]
4/15/2014 One of the greatest ironies of our age is that we know so much more about the mechanics of the universe than we do about the inner workings of the human psyche. The vast sums of scientific inquiry directed at understanding the cosmos are testament to our need to project the human narrative into […]
3/27/14 I’m pleased to be jurying a show at Niza Knoll Gallery this summer called Holy Moly: Religious Commentary in Contemporary Art. Being a fan of content in art, I may well get more than I bargained for with this topic! I’m sure the entries will be all over the place – at least I […]
01/03/2014 I’m happy to have my painting, Too Big to Fail included at the Arvada Center during their upcoming winter exhibit, COLLECT: The Art of Colorado. This show will feature art from corporate, institutional and private art collections in Colorado. The painting is part of the Dana Cain collection, one of five private collections featured […]