Rudolph Blume Fine Art / ArtScan Gallery, Houston, Texas

September 16 - October 20, 2018
Artist Talk - Saturday, September 29, 2018, 12-2pm
Closing Reception, Saturday, October 20, 2018, 3-5pm
At the Rudolph Blume Fine Art / ArtScan Gallery

This solo exhibition of Exurban is sponsored by Sculpture Month Houston.

In sculptural series such as Turf Rolls, Pre-Fab(ulous), and The Not So Little Engine within this ongoing, multi-year project of Exurban, I consider the intangibility and responsibility of hyperobjects as I explore the tension between nature and societal innovation. Inspired by mise en abyme, I combine sizes and proportions to physically invoke a meta-narrative where one is both inside and outside, both subject and object, and both in control and being controlled.   These comparisons of perception address a drive to create a version of nature and of society with which we are comfortable — one that is contained and controlled. 


Rudolph Blume Fine Art / ArtScan Gallery

1836 Richmond Ave.

Houston, TX 77098

LAND AND SEA Stove Works, Chattanooga, Tennessee

I wish I could have seen this exhibition in person earlier this month, but am thankful that my sculpture Turf Roll, 2017 was included in LAND AND SEA in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  I am honored to have been included in this inaugural exhibition of at Stove Works in Chattanooga, Tennessee and that my sculpture Turf Roll gets to join artworks by Mara Adamitz ScrupeTrevor ReeseMatthew JensenEmily Marie CharlesLand Report CollectiveErica ScogginsDavid Onri AndersonChristopher MahonskiCory ConstantineAlicia EggertJeff WhetstoneKatie HargraveJiha MoonJanaye Brown, John Russell.  

Stove Works, Chattanooga, Tennessee
Curated by Mike Calway-Fagen, Stove Works, + Daniel Fuller, Atlanta Contemporary
August 10 - September 9, 2018

Over time answers to the mysteries of the world, the ones hidden in the depths of the oceans, atop mountains, and embedded in the soil beneath our feet, have gradually revealed themselves. Similarly, there are mysteries of our own making, systematic forces of industry that see towns and cities, neighborhoods, rise up around us affecting how humans interact with one another, as well as their built and natural environments. But there is still more, so much more, maybe even too much. Stove Works in collaboration with Daniel Fuller, Curator of the Atlanta Contemporary, introduces the exhibition, LAND AND SEA. Through sculpture, video, painting, and sound, LAND AND SEA explores how water, air, and soil, those specifically of Chattanooga and East Tennessee, are altered, inhabited, mythologized, reduced, abused, explored, and celebrated.

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Crosstown Arts in Memphis, Tennessee

July 27, 2018 – September 2, 2018

For this juried exhibition, my disc fragment collage  The Extreme America was selected by juror Brian Jobe to be part of the fifth annual Art of the South exhibition, presented by Number Inc.

The exhibition was be juried by Brian Jobe, artist, educator, independent curator, and non-profit co-director of Locate Arts based in Nashville, TN.

This exhibition which Includes 50+ artists from TN, KY, VA, NC, SC, FL, GA, AL, MS, AR, LA & TX. Sponsored by Number Magazine.…/number-presents-art-of-the-sout…/

Crosstown Arts Galleries
1350 Concourse Ave., Suite 280
Memphis, TN 38104 United States


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Glasstire - K Space Contemporary at La Palmera, Corpus Christi, Texas

“...sprawling malls, like any other profit-driven commercial space, are hyper-political spaces. And of course the indoor malls are becoming the ruins left behind by a growing online-economy.“

By Hannah Dean

July 7, 2018

“The most visually compelling of the works, Leticia R. Bajuyo’s Shiny Entropy, which is a vortex of CDs, reads like a black hole of outdated personal information, from computer backups to wedding videos to mix tapes. If you read the recent articles about Facebook and Google’s data on you, and how it never really goes away, Bajuyo’s archaic tide of technology could be the kind of physical manifestation of this notion that makes you shit your britches.”

What is Glasstire?
Glasstire is the oldest online-only art magazine in the country. We are proud to have promoted the visual arts in Texas to a local, regional and national audience since 2001. Glasstire is the only publication in Texas that is producing serious art criticism on a daily basis. We are the journal of record for the Texas visual art community.

Another version of this article appeared on July 4, 2018 in The Bowerbird, an art blog in Lubbock, TX.


Thank you Krinklglas for including Gaze-bo(ught) on your website gallery. This sculpture features a roof made with Krinklglas pink resin panels that become a rose colored lens.  When underneath, one is then bathed in pink light thanks to Krinklglas.

Decorative Architectural Panels

Krinklgslas is the premier manufacturer of translucent fiberglass reinforced panels, a versatile product that can be used for decorative and structural use, for both interior and exterior applications.