Upcoming (Marquette, MI) 6/23 - 7/28/23
My painting "Winter Reign" was selected as part of the "North of the 45th Exhibition" at the Devos Art Museum in Marquette, MI. The show will run from June 23rd through July 28th, 2023 with a closing reception on Friday, July 28th from 6-8pm.
DeVos Art Museum
1401 Presque Isle Ave, Marquette, MI 49855
Free and Open to the Public
The Museum is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 12 pm - 5 pm and Thursday 12 - 8 pm.
Ongoing - Tamarack Gallery (Omena, MI)
My artwork is represented by the Tamarack Gallery in Omena, MI. Visit there year around to see a selection of my work hung amongst other artists such as Jesse Hickman, Stephen Duren, Jean Larson, Dewey Blocksma, Marianne Vick, and more.
5039 N. West Bay Shore Dr, Omena, Michigan 49674
For hours and inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (231) 386-5529.
Image: My painting (top) "Like Honey in the Dark" installed with landscape painting by Jean Larson (bottom).
Recent (Chicago, IL) 2/14 - 3/9/23
My drawing "At Present (Temma Lowly)" was part of a group exhibition titled "Deposition: Drawn" with 20+ artists at North Park University that opened on February 14, Valentine's Day 4:30 - 6:30 and ran through March 9.
This exhibition was curated by Tim Lowly (professor and director at NPU) and related to his daughter Temma, who has significant physical disabilities. Tim sent each of the participating artists a unique prompt (somehow related to Temma) and asked us to make a drawing and accompanying text related to our prompt. More info about Tim's work relating to Temma at www.timlowly.com and via Instagram.
Recent (Frankfort, MI) 2/24 - 3/31/23
"Nik Burkhart & Marti Liddle-Lameti: Reverberations"
Two person exhibition at the Elizabeth Lane Oliver Center for the Arts (Frankfort, MI) ran from February 24th through March 31st.
This exhibition by myself and Marti Liddle-Lameti contained a broad spectrum of textiles, paintings, drawings, sculpture and fiber art completed over the course of the last five years. The combined artworks explored the relationship between humans and the natural world and examine how each shapes the other over the course of time. The title "Reverberations" asks the viewer to consider the similarities and differences of the two artists' artistic practices and material choices. Echoes of trees, sky, water and other natural forms emerge as common threads, creating an awareness of the deep impact that the environment has on the lives of both artists.
Image: Installation View from "Reverberations"