My new sculpture “16:9 Purpleheart” is featured in the comprehensive group exhibition “The Fall of Civilization” at The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA) from August 6 – September 25, 2021. The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts is a visual and performing arts center located in the heart of the metropolitan Lubbock,...
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Now on view are two of my recent limited edition screenprints, Same Six (Higher Tolerance) and Surely, You Joust!, in the group exhibition Nerd-Alert at the Moses Lake Museum and Art Center from August 20 – September 23, 2021. The safe, in-person MLMAC exhibition opening reception will be held on August 27th from 5-8 p.m.Exhibition Title:...
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As the one-year group exhibition “L.A. Stories” comes to a close at the Leo Castelli Gallery on May 31, 2021, Brenau University acquired five of its works for the institution’s permanent collection, including Stephen Wozniak’s sculptural wall work, “Hear Me In.” Created in 2017, “Hear Me In” alludes to both aural perception and an inversion of...
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See the new Stephen Wozniak wall sculpture “Whiteout” in the comprehensive group exhibition “Insight” at the Cape Cod Museum of Art from March 18-June 20, 2021. Curated by Grace Hopkins, “Insight” features 60 new pieces from contemporary artists across the United States. This safe brick-and-mortar exhibition is available for in-person public viewing at the museum. Virtual...
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I had a fun little chat with John Wisniewski of AMFM Magazine about working on John Waters’ original comedy feature film Hairspray as a young dancer, playing a really bad guy on NCIS: Los Angeles, working with film director John Hillcoat on an epic Apple Music commercial, and some insight about my recent fine art output...
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