come out to southampton for a long weekend and while you are there, go to ArtSouthampton and check out peter marcelle project's booth (AS3). i will have work on view and i hope to see you there.
my work will be featured in peter marcelle project's booth at this year's palm springs fine art fair. if you are in palm springs this week and weekend, please stop by booth #308. thank you!
a selection of my works on paper have been included in this group show at covington arts, curated by saad ghosn. i am thrilled to be working with cate becker (director of covington arts and formerly of phyllis weston gallery) again and i hope that you can check-out the show.
paul weiner at syracuse university has put together an exhibition celebrating alumni of the painting program there and i am flattered to be included. the exhibition opens tonight at 914works gallery - if you are in syracuse, please go check it out!
i joined instagram - look me up and stay current on what is happening inside and outside the studio. search for "edward.holland" and you will see me soon!
headed to art southampton this weekend? stop by Peter Marcelle Project's booth to see some recent work of mine. i will be around on sunday, in the booth and in town, if you want to say "hi". cheers!
my next solo show with peter marcelle opens on thursday, may 15. there will not be an opening but on sunday, may 18th, i will be in the gallery all day - so please drop-in and say hello if you are free! here is the press release for the show (and thank you for the support of me and my work) -

Peter Marcelle Project is pleased to present Artificer, the recent work of Edward Holland, in its new space in Southampton, NY. With this latest body of work, Holland has focused on his own language as a painter and exploited it. Loosely based on the narrative structure of James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, the series touches on his history as a painter through the collection and application of gestures, ephemera, color, texture and, in each piece, the recreation of a childhood drawing. Not beholden to the book, beyond a titular reference for each work, these paintings and works on paper are not illustrative. Rather they serve as individual forays through an artist's highly developed history.

Says Holland, "I feel that there is no escape, truly, from who you are as an artist: many of one's questions remain the same. What changes is the sophistication of the questions and, hopefully, their answers." His constants of atmospheric abstraction, collage and slight geometries are present, however the rigid practice of this series sets these works apart. The end result is an exhibition of paintings and works on paper that celebrates painting and the notion of painting within one's self.

Edward Holland was born in Philadelphia in 1980. He received a BFA in Painting from Syracuse University and his MA in Studio Art from New York University. His work has been shown at Peter Marcelle Project, Gerald Peters Gallery in New York and Santa Fe, NM: and Phyllis Weston Gallery in Cincinnati, OH. This is Edward Holland's fourth solo exhibition with Peter Marcelle. He lives and works in New York City.

headed to the palm springs art fair this weekend? i am will not be there, but my work will be! stop by Peter Marcelle Project's booth, #112, and you can see work from my current series artificer.
my friends at anyway mgmt are holding their second annual silent auction on thursday night. the event is to honor their close friend kira gedal and all proceeds this year go to the lustgarten foundation for pancreatic cancer research. the event is from 7 - 10 pm at anyway's gallery space, 172 north 1st street in brooklyn. i have donated a piece to the auction and i am honored to be included. head out that way on thursday night and support a worthy cause!
i just wanted to pass along some brief news, and that is - if you are headed to miami for the art fairs, please stop by art-miami and visit the peter marcelle gallery booth, (booth A #31). i will have some work on view and i am very happy about that. cheers!