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FSU Art Faculty Carrie Ann Baade’s Summer Update

Published August 1, 2016


This summer Yum Yum and I are in

the studio painting away for upcoming

exhibits nationally and internationally.

It will be exciting to see where this

experimentation and exploration will

lead in the coming year! While the

ones you see are 30 x 40 inch works in

palette knife, I will also be returning to

a series inspired by angels which will

be painted in egg tempera. For more

on upcoming and past shows, please

scroll down:

Blasphemor, cut paper collage, 18 x 12 inches, 2008, on exhibit at Averitt Center
for the Arts.

 SOLO EXHIBITION: Piece and Peices

I am very excited to announce my solo exhibition, “Piece and Pieces,” at Averitt
Center for Art in  Statesboro, GA. July 15th – Sept 2nd: This exhibit features 
paintings completed in 2015 and 13 of my original framed collages from 2004
to 2011. Meet the Artist Reception: August 18, 2016 | 6:00 p.m. 
Price list is available on request.
Pam Grossman as Mente, oil on panel, 20 x 16 inches. 2016
Available through Modern Eden Gallery, San Francisco through 2017.

What just happened? 

Portraits of Friends, Modern Eden,
San Francisco, CA
April: Art of Peace, Atelier Gustav, Paris, France
March: Inaugural Exhibit, Beinart Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
February: 5th Annual Beinart, Copro Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
December: Solo “Burza w Szklance Wody,”  WystawArtystycznych, Lublin, Poland
November: Inaugural Exhibit, Mary Martin Fine Art, Naples, FL 
October: Cute and Creepy, Longview Museum of Art, Texas
September: Back and Forth: A Dialog in Paint, Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL

What’s Coming Up?
October and September 2016
Group Show Art of Peace,Flox Gallery, Dresden, Germany
On the Spring Equinox, AOI in collaboration with Dreams & Divinities launched
a traveling show of 56 International artists in Paris France. The show was curated
by artist Liba WS and included artists: Alex Grey, Martina Hoffmann,
Robert Venosa, Carrie Ann Baade, Amanda Sage and many more.

February and March 2017
Three person show: “Angels, Totems and Revelations,” Krab Jab Studios,

Seattle, WA. This exhibit features Liba Waring Stambollion,
Patrick McGrath Muniz, and myself.

There are several shows in the works that are still being worked out, I look

forward to announcing more news of upcoming events on my website.

Thank you for following my journey and All the very best to you!

-Oh! But wait! One more message below!
David Jones aka Lordscience, An Eon In The Neon Room, 
Acrylic, Aerosol, & Pencil, 74 x 96,” 2015.

This May, my brother graduated from my own alma mater, the University of
Delaware, with his MFA. To my knowledge, I am unaware of any brother/sister
painters in one family and please let me know as I am curious to find more.  Of
course, I am very proud of his achievement and progress with his work. View
more of his work here: David Jones is Lordscience