Bascom Lodge project, Austin Thomas’s Pocket Utopia, Helen Chellin’s Red Cinder Creativity Center, and Simon Draper’s Habitat for Artists. During each residency, my work moved forward in unexpected ways. With these experiences in mind, in 2015 I introduced an artist residency at Two Coats of Paints’ HQ at 55 Washington Street in Brooklyn. The residency program’s goal is simply to provide a short-term space (up to one week) where artists based outside the NYC area can hang work and have studio visits with curators, other artists, and gallerists. For the time being, because space is extremely limited, the residency is by nomination and invitation only.
Nancy Evans, Los Angeles, CA, October 2018
Craig Stockwell, Keene, NH, May 2018
Julie Wolfe, Washington, DC, April 2017
Jim Shrosbree, Fairfield, Iowa, March, 2017.
Marie Thibeault, Los Angeles, California, September 2016.
Danielle Mysliwiec, Washington, D.C., April 2016
Peter Scherrer, Bellingham, Washington, March 2016
Gyan Shrosbree, Fairfield, Iowa, February 2016, October 2017
Sue McNally, Rhode Island, October 2015
Nancy Morrow, Kansas, September 2015
Erin Wiersma, Kansas, June 2015, December 2017
Danielle Fallon, “Two Coats of Paint Resident: Nancy Morrow,” On-Verge Alternative Art Criticism, CUE, November, 5, 2015.
“This Week’s Must See Art Events: Sue McNally at Two Coats of Paint Residency Open Studio,” Art F City, October 21, 2015.
Jacquelyn Gleisner, “Still Points in Erin Wiersma’s Drawing,” Art21 Magazine, August 17, 2015.