Valyntina Grenier

In Our Now a collaboration with Joseph Mark Hanson will be on view!

1100 N Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85003. The exhibition opens to the public on December 3 and runs through March 26, 2022 with the opening reception on December 3, 6-10pm.

"FOUND:RE Contemporary and FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel are excited to announce the opening of their new exhibition, “FOCAL POINTS: Minimal VS Maximal,” with support provided by Artlink Inc. This exhibition cycle will present the work of 79 Arizona artists who are exploring a variety of imagery embodying the art movements of Minimalism or Maximalism.
The presented works range from the serene to the visually intense, and they are on view throughout the entire ground floor of the FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel. The exhibition will be presented as part of FOUND:RE Contemporary’s regular schedule of rotating exhibitions organized by curator Audrey Galat. The majority of works will be for sale and patrons can preview the prices online at |https://foundrecontemporary.com|foundrecontemporary.com."

The work is for sale and will appear as cover art for my poetry chapbook In Our Now Finishing Line Press, 2022.


Pelagic Plastic a painting from my eco series Radio Ocean is on view and available for sale at Happenstance at Marin MOCA, November 13 - December 23rd 2021. Patrons can preview the prices online|https://marinmoca.org/exhibitions/event/143/|RSVP for the reception Nov. 13th 2-4pm|. The majority of works will be for sale and patrons can preview the prices online. "Read more about the series in an interview by Morgan Fox at The Journal OSU.


My book Fever Dream / Take Heart Cathexis North West Press, 2020, was reviewed by Laurie Saurborn at The Night Heron Barks. Here's what editor Rogan Kelly had to say:

I am struck by the kind of conversation that takes flight in Laurie Saurborn’s review of Valyntina Grenier’s FEVER DREAM / TAKE HEART. The grounding Saurborn accounts for in Grenier’s image-building. Grenier, also a visual artist, knows how to engage the mind’s eye of the reader–or pull back the curtain and reveal her own. There is such movement in these poems as in Saurborn’s prose and we are witness to the music between them. Caught up in it.