My drawing, "Surge" is part of WPA's "SELECT: 2015," opening Thursday, Jan. 29th at Artisphere. The exhibition will be on view until March 7th, when works will be auctioned off to benefit the Washington Project for the Arts.
"LineWorks: Drawing Redefined," the group show in which I have work at Greater Reston Arts Center, got a write-up in the Washington Post. The show will be up until January 3rd, and it also features the work of Lee Gainer, Sarah Irvin, Foon Sham, and Sarah Weinstock.
I will have work for sale in "Under $500" at Maryland Art Place, Friday Dec. 12th and Saturday, Dec. 13th.
I am pleased to have work in "LineWorks: Drawing Redefined" at Greater Reston Arts Center, opening November 15th. Other "LineWorks" artists are: Sarah Irvin, Lee Gainer, Foon Sham, and Sarah Weinstock. The show will run through January 3, 2015.
I collaborated with artists Jim Black, Sukenya Best, and Cave Metal to make four works for Artspace's Artroulette. An exhibition of the collaborative works of 25 artist teams will open this Friday and will be on view at Artspace through November 28th. Raffle tickets are available to win works and to benefit Artspace.
Ron Lambert, Derek Larson, and I are showing work in "Ecstatically Quiet" at Alfred University's Fosdick-Nelson Gallery. The show will open this Friday, September 5th, and it will run through October 11th.
I have a piece in "Rhythm," Fall Line Fest's juried art exhibition, opening at Gallery 5 Thursday, September 4th. This exhibition was juried by Lisa Freiman, director of VCU's Institute for Contemporary Art.
I have a new installation piece in this group show curated by Sara Barnes at E.M.P. Collective in Baltimore.
I am pleased to have been selected for a Jentel Summer Artist Residency in Wyoming. I will be using this time to work on new drawings and explore the western landscape.
I have a new installation piece in "Centerfold Artist," a group show up now through May 3 at Project 4 Gallery.
"CSA: Forty Years of Community-Souced Art" was recently featured on WETA's Around Town project.