Opening on September 8 at Leslie Lohman Project Space

  Michael Walden’s work explores the journey of emancipation from the constraints of societal conformity, a paragon presented to the world only to be overshadowed by the gaze of disillusionment and feelings of estrangement. Realizing that desire in all its forms is about the pursuit of happiness, and understanding that it is attained just before it is lost. Facebook Event

Print Studio @ Fine Arts Work Center: Returning Artist Residency 2017

Last week, I spent time at the Fine Arts Work Center as part of the Returning Artist Residency program.  I have often thought of printmaking as a great way to explore new ideas for painting because the investment of time and materials seemed so different.  My ideas about that are shifting.  As much as I enjoy the freedom to explore, I can’t hep but think that all the work I am doing is part of the process.  The printmaking supports the painting, and vice versa.  I think I have Master Printmaker Vicky Tomayko to thank for that.  Truly an inspirational  artist on …


Artist Michael Walden presents a collection of paintings exploring the traditional subject of bathing.  It is astudy of the human form in the most intimate of expressions.  Voyeuristic in nature, these paintings move beyond the basic tendency to shy away from the male form and are replaced with feelings of familiarity and comfort. At Bakker Gallery, 359 Commercial Street, Provincetown MA August 28 to September 10, 2015 Visit for more info.

Origin : Provincetown

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ORIGINS: PROVINCETOWN March 22 – April 5, 2013 Nine artists from the Massachusetts College of Art of Design (MassArt) Low Residency MFA Program at the Fine Arts Work Center (FAWC) in Provincetown, Massachusetts, exhibit recent work at the OGO Gallery in Jamaica Plain March 22-April 5, 3013. The artists’ paths converged while sharing a pivotal experience in the “Low Res” program. Unlike more traditional graduate programs, candidates in the MassArt Low Res program only interact with each other and their instructors through their online courses by internet, with the exception of two 3½-week sessions per year in …