wow, has it really been since April?

For those of you who follow my Facebook page Joshua Chambers : Art, or my Instagram (@jchambers), or on Twitter (chambers_artist), you know I have been super busy in the studio. For those of you who don’t, this is what I’ve been up to:

Number of art pieces completed: 60

The funny thing was . . . : on view May 11 thru June 24, 2013 at the Leslie Powell Gallery, Lawton, OK. To see the images in this exhibition click here.

Computer Aided: on view from June 26 thru October 5, 2013 Reception: 6-9pm, August 22 at the Masur Museum of Art, Monroe, LA. Exhibiting artists: Keliy Anderson-Staley (AR), Joshua Chambers (LA), Harold Cohen (CA), Mat Collishaw (UK), Craig Damrauer (LA), Hasan Elahi (MD), Shepard Fairey (CA), Damien Hirst (UK), Jenny Holzer (NY), John Rodriguez (LA), Marni Shindelman & Nate Larson (GA & MD), Jes Schrom & Graham Simpson (IL), Kate Shannon (OH), and Bill Viola (CA)

You, me, and everything in-between: on view July 25 thru August 24, 2013 at Coolspace, Shreveport, LA.

New American Paintings #106: featured artists: Anita Arliss, Luis Cruz Azaceta, Amy Boone-Mcreesh, Ryan Browning, Jason R. Butcher, Carolyn Case, Joshua Chambers, Nicole Charbonnet, Paul Collins, Henry Detweiler, Joelle Dietrick, Troy Dugas, Gonzalo Fuenmayor, Jason Galbut, Christine Gray, Brian Guidry, Jay Hendrick, Kelley Johnson, Jordan Kasey, J.T. Kirkland, Ryan Lauterio, Erin McIntosh, Alex McKenzie, Marilyn Murphy, Chris Musina, Adam Mysock, Erika Osborne, Stephanie Patton, Anthony Record, D’Metrius John Rice, Jim Richard, Paul Rodecker, Ben Seamons, Tracy Stuckey, Zack Underwood, Ally White, Blade Wynne, Paul Yanko, Trevor Young, Monica Zeringue

If you have the opportunity, please check out any one of these exhibitions. New American Paintings #106 should hit the stands in the next few weeks, so keep your eyes peeled. I plan to add images of the new work as each exhibition opens, so please stay tuned. If you enjoy photos of studio process, I encourage you to like my facebook page, or follow me on twitter or instagram. You don’t have to follow each one. That might be a little redundant. Not that I would think less of you if you did. I would probably be flattered.