Saturday and Sunday, February 16 and 17, 2019

11am – 6pm

Pauwela Cannery

375 W. Kuiaha Rd. #41A

Haiku, Maui, Hawaii


How Deep Is The Ocean?

Modern Self-Discovery at Miami River Art Fair

Art Basel Miami Week

December 3-5, 2018 

Art Basel Miami Beach is one of the world’s most successful art events, which takes place at the same time as numerous satellite art fairs in the first week of December. In the heart of Miami Downtown, just a few Metromover stops away from the new Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), Miami River Art Fair reflects the urban landscape of Miami and responds to the city’s rapid growth as a cultural destination.

One of the exhibitors at Miami River Art Fair Dr. Barbara Aust-Wegemund, Director at Gallery AHC Projects (booth B1), is invited to curate the group show “How Deep is The Ocean?” Modern self-discovery in Philosophy and Arts. A curated group show with Pioneer Artists. About her concept and intention, the curator and art historian explains:

“The Romantic natural philosophers interpreted the sea as a source of life, continuing in the creation of modern criteria of ethical behavior, which culminates in a new bio-ethics and a new understanding of the sea. The curated exhibition is asking “How deep in the Ocean?” as a philosophical question. Ocean Philosophy delves into aesthetics – the sea as the symbol of the sublime – and modern self-discovery – the sea as a mirror of the soul. The exhibition invites to explore connections between Romantic and Modernity, real and (inner) journeys, identity, infinity and space.

Celebrating international emerging and established artists in Miami, the juried show presents original artworks by:

Louis Atelouis, Tracy L. Barwick, Khalilah Birdsong, Carole Kohler, Marianna Kupriyanova, KanKan Ramos-Lim, Claudia Mini and Sal Sidner.


Golden Hour
May 18-27, 2018
Historic Oakland Cemetery
Atlanta, GA

Featuring Plastic Aztecs, Khalilah Birdsong, In Kyoung Chun, Ben Coleman, Paula Cuevas, Henry Detweiler, Sarah Jimenez, Eto Otitgbe, Justin Rabideau, Ruth Stanford and Karen Tauches. Presented by Dashboard U.S. with guest curator Oshun Layne.

The human experience can be said to begin at sunrise and end at sunset — the “golden hours” of each day. Golden Hour, featuring large-scale installations set in the Historic Oakland Cemetery, explores the interconnectedness and mystery of life, transition and rebirth.

Dashboard, an experimental creative arts agency whose arts exhibitions accentuate the beautiful and jarring in everyday life, commissioned artists to create works that illustrate their understanding of life and death in its concrete and fluid forms.

This exhibition’s goal with each artists’ personal mythology and artistic creation is to construct for the viewer an alternate perception of what has been stereotypically associated with transition and loss.

Golden Hour, on view from May 18 to May 27, 2018, is about beauty and healing, despair and anxiety — there’s even a little humor. The installations play with nature’s great mystery — the sun always rises, the sun always sets, but light and shadow are birthed in between.


Tokyo International Art Fair
May 25-26, 2018

Bellesalle Roppongi
Tokyo, Japan

The city of Tokyo will be playing host to Khalilah Birdsong and  hundreds of talented artists from around the world when it stages the forth Tokyo International Art Fair by Global Art Agency (The GAA Ltd) on 25-26 May 2018 at BELLESALLE Roppongi. More than 150 exhibitors from over 40 countries will be filling the prime located venue with an incredible display of art, with more pieces than ever before gathered under one roof for visitors to admire and to buy in the city’s largest Artist showcase of modern and contemporary art.



Art Over Dinner at the Art Farm at Serenbe

Sunday, October 22, 2017 6:00pm

Chattahoochee Hills, GA

Art Over Dinner is a series of intimate gatherings with artists and the organizations that support their work.  Collaborating with chefs and farmers to bring a seasonal meal that showcases winemakers and brewers, they invite guest artists to spark the conversation at one long farm table on the outdoor deck of The Art Farm at Serenbe. www.artfarmatserenbe.com

Serenbe is a progressive community connected to nature on the edge of Atlanta. A neighborhood full of fresh food, fresh air and focused on wellbeing. This community is set among acres of preserved forests and meadows with miles of nature trails that connect homes and restaurants with arts and businesses. Serenbe’s architectural planning sets a new standard for community living. www.serenbe.com


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On View: November 18, 2016 – January 21, 2017

Cincinnati Art Underground

1415 Main St, Cincinnati, OH 45202





Community: A Group Exhibition in Memory of Ellen DeLoach

On View: August 20 – September 24, 2016

Hathaway Contemporary Gallery

887 Howell Mill Rd NW, Suite 4, Atlanta, GA 30318

Atlanta, Georgia​– HATHAWAY is proud to present ​Community: A Group Exhibition in Memory of Ellen Deloach​, featuring Kelly Breedlove, Barbara Brenner, Khalilah Birdsong, Ellen DeLoach, John Folsom, Maxine Hess, Deborah Llewellyn, Jared Martin, Jeffrey Paclipan, Kelin Perry, Richard Powell, Brenda Rehrig, Karen Schwartz, and Carrie Schweers.

Community​ was conceived of and will be shown in celebration of Ellen’s life and her beloved community of artists. This tightly-knit group represents a variety of artistic practices, including painting, encaustic, photography, sculpture, collage, and fiber arts. Their work, wide ranging in physical form, exudes a commonality born from their reliance on one another for friendship, collaboration, and inspiration. The included artists have been featured in numerous group and solo exhibitions, both regionally and nationally.



From the Earth to the Sky

On View: July 27 – August 27, 2016

Cincinnati Art Underground

1415 Main St, Cincinnati, OH 45202



Charity Golf Classic

July 24, 2016

Las Vegas, Nevada






“Closest to the Pin” prize winner of an original painting

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Featured Artist

Saturday, April 16, 2016 at 6:30pm

Freedom Center, Cincinnati, OH

50 E. Freedom Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202



Have you ever wanted to see what’s behind all of those studio doors at The Goat Farm? Are you searching for unique, locally made gifts? Well here’s your chance.

Join Goat Farm resident makers, artists, crafts and trades people, engineers, etc. for two days when they open their offices, studios, workshops, and secret laboratories to the public.

Friday March 11 from 4:00-8:00pm
Saturday March 12 from 12:00-6:00pm





On the heels of their spectacular Ancestors: Origin & Return show, Bill Lowe Gallery kicks off a magnificent new year of exhibitions with CARNAVAL! THE NEW EXUBERANCE, opening Thursday night, January 21st, 2016 from 6 until 9 PM.

The show features Khalilah Birdsong, Flavio Galvan, Raul Magaldi, Thrush Holmes, Jimmy O’Neal, Richard Heinsohn and Frank Schroeder.

This kaleidoscopic configuration of works presents the vigor, vitality and unrestrained exuberance of a group of brilliant artists from Atlanta, Argentina, Florida, Canada, Italy and Spain.

CARNAVAL is “a state of mind” celebrated across the globe!  The evening will be filled with festivity and energy – an uninhibited celebration of life, love, art, food, drink and passion.

Join us on Thursday, the 21st of January, from 6 2016 until 9 PM. Catering by Legendary Events.