Joshua Abram Howard

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My life runs on then as the gods have spun it, 2009 Tape, cardboard, paper, ink, acrylic 108 diameter x 7 inches deep
Super Duper Sound System, 2009. Acrylic 20 feet by 25 feet.
The Days upon us melt in the sun to aid our odyssey. 2008 Wood dowels, yarn, cardboard, ink, acrylic. 46 in x 45 in x 5 in
Paper chasing stimulus syndicate, 2009 Ink on illustration board. 40 x 30 in
Low Ride, 2009 Bamboo barbecue sticks, cardboard, wood, Acrylic, ink, gold paper, Jujubees, macaroni, foil tape. 65 x 28 x 30 in
Joshua Abram
Artist's Statement

I have always had an interest in Science particularly astronomy.
My artwork stems from the belief that one should never stop learning and progressing. All my artwork consists of experiments that lead to more experiments. This is how I create artwork. It’s within a consistent workflow that new ideas are born. The finished pieces are humble attempts to see how far and to what level I can further these art experiments.

If I could sing these works of art would be my songs.


Joshua Abram Howard was born in Seattle, Washington; in 2003 he received a BFA in drawing from the Pratt Institute. The same year he was accepted into the Skowhegan School of painting and sculpture residency. In the summer of 2009 he was awarded a grant from North Brooklyn Public Art Coalition to paint a mural on India St.Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Recently he has shown at The Open, Deitch projects 2009, Long Island City, and A.I.M 29 Bronx Museum 2009, Teapot gallery in Cologne Germany 2008. In 2005 he was awarded a Swing Space from the LMCC.