News/Exhibitions

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Acorn Contains the Tree

Solo Exhibition July 2-30, 2009 @ PNCA 214 Gallery

Broken in the Fall (2009)

76 1/2" x 49 1/2" @ Siren NAtions  Journey Show

 

Lung Ta  "One more than four" group show @ Anka Gallery, July 2-30, 2009

Book is Now Available on Amazon.com

 http://www.amazon.com/New-Lives-Nurses-Stories-Caring/dp/1427799652

 Resurrection Chair 2009  (side view) Antique child's chair & driftwood . Dimensions variable. J.Paradisi

 

  •  My painting, Love You to Death (2007) will be published on the October 2009 cover of the American Journal of Nursing. AJN accepts the work of just six artists annually, and has a worldwide circulation of 340,000.
  • My painting Broken in the Fall (2009) is juried into Siren Nation's The Journey show. http://www.sirennation.org/  October through November 2009 at the Olympic Mills Commerce Center, 107 SE Washington St. Portland,Or. The show is curated by Molly Jochem.
  • I interview Tamara English for the October edition of pdxArtscene. Read the interview:http://www.pdxartscene.com/
  • August 14-23The Manor of Art at Milepost 5,900 NE 81st Ave.Portland, Or 97213 I'm in room 360. http://portlandcityart.org/2009/06/26/the-manor-of-art/
  • Solo exhibition The Acorn Contains the Tree  July 2 - July 30, 2009 at Pacific Northwest College of Art 214 Gallery. Opening reception First Thursday July 2, 2009, 6-9 pm.
  • "One more than four", Group show at Anka Gallery, 325 NW 6th St. Portland, OR,   July 2-30, 2009. Opening reception First Thursday July 2nd, 6-9 pm.
  •  http://jparadisirn.com/ got a shout out from the American Journal of Nursing (AJN) blog, Off the Chart in a post by Sylvia Foley. The series Greetings from Slabtown was specifically noted. Go to this link, http://ajnoffthecharts.wordpress.com/2009/04/24/the-triple-talents-of-some-nurse-bloggers/ to read the post. 
  •  Kaplan Publishing includes my short stories, Icarus Again  and Voyagers in its anthology New Lives: Nurses' Stories about Babies. Edited by Kathleen Huggins,  the book is in stores now. It is available now on-line  at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and Target.
  • I interview artists Anna S. King and John Graeter for the August edition of http://www.pdxartscene.com/