Limited Edition Screen Print

For the first time, I am releasing a limited edition print based on my Pop: Artist series!

Snow Cone (after Lichtenstein) is an edition of 30 signed and numbered screen prints produced with R & D Editions.
Each print is 21"x14", image size 18.5"x11.5", on quality archival paper. Priced at $350 and now available.

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Pop: Recall

In Pop: Recall, Cory Oberndorfer returns to what inspires him most: color. Inspired by the principles of the color field and minimalist artists like Ellsworth Kelly, Anne Truitt, and Josef Albers, Oberndorfer reduces his work to basic shape, form and color. He believes that color alone can trigger a memory, feeling or thought; it is this theory that has been the guide to his work for the past four years. In Pop: Recall he brings you back to a time that is almost too distant to remember - when your day revolved around the ice cream truck - but it can easily pop back into view with a simple shape or color. The paintings and sculpture in this exhibition are the abstraction of our childhood favorites, reminiscent of popsicles and ice creams whose shapes and characters are forever imprinted in your mind, such as Tweety, Bomb Pops, Choco Taco and the Creamsicle. With his new work, Oberndorfer hopes to "get to the right place with color that you can almost taste the ice cream," or at the very least, hear the familiar chimes of the ice cream trick that seemed to play for hours after the truck had long gone.

Metro Micro Gallery
3409 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22201 (entrance on Kansas St)
Exhibition: July 12 - August 24
Opening Reception, July 12, 6:30-8:30pm
Artist Talk and Ice Cream Party: July 21, 11:00am-12:00pm
*work is viewable 24/7

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I've got a few new works on display at Arlington Arts Center as part of their PLAY: Tinker, Tech, & Toy exhibition, curated by Karyn Miller. This is definitely the most fun group show I have ever seen!

My three new large sculptures were built for the site-specific installation and will remain until October 11, 2015. These works were developed with and supported by Arlington Public Art.

UPDATE: A review of the show has been posted at Bmore Art. More kind words from Michael Dax Iacovone.


Bitter/Sweet is a series of murals on display at Katzen Arts Center as part of their alumni series. The murals were sponsored in part by DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. They will be on display through the spring. There will be a Valentine's Day reception for all the lovers and haters out there.