Darfur at Our Doorstep...Still

Rekindling my relationship with El Fadel Arbab, a genocide survivor now living in Maine, in order to work together on a new art project. See "Darfur at Our Doorstep" in my Archive 2017 - 2010. More details to be announced in 2019.

"Gallery Closed"

A curatorial project aligned with Waterfall Art's year long theme of "altered environments", featuring new work involving my pass through walls (see Indigestion). More details to be announced.

July 26 through September 20, 2019

Mr T

Solo show featuring a bunch of my Trump gouache drawings.
November 3-30, 2018

Zoot Coffee
31 Elm Street, Camden, Maine

Thu - Tu 7-4pm

Please note: this show was taken down due to the work's content, after hanging for about 24 hours, but please do not fault the honest and hardworking family that runs this cafe...their mission: “...above all, promoting friendship, community, and human connection.” makes their venue less than ideal for some things.


Solo show featuring a large interactive canvas, drawings and papier-mâché sculptures in a room-sized installation. Visitors can open a large canvas hinged to a wall that covers an opening big enough for them to pass through. The reverse side of the canvas reveals tubes and organic forms.

Artist's reception 6-late, October 19, 2018
2 Government Street
Kittery, Maine 03904
Tu-Sat 4 to 10pm
Or by appointment. Please call Al Mead:
207 450-2402
Through November
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