Whatever Is Is I have Looked For, Group Exhibition at Marquee Projects, Bellport NY, through June 24.Read More
Excited to have had the opportunity to create an ephemeral work to brighten up a street on South Providence. This was part of an initiative to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety with curb extension and bike path proposals! Thank you to Cristina DiChiera for selecting myself and 2 other artists to create artwork and to Kelly Riley of High Proof Films for a sweet lil' intro video...
Be of Love and Other Stories
Contemporary Highlights from the Permanent Collection
September 9, 2017 – January 7, 2018
As the first large-scale exhibition of contemporary art from the Museum’s permanent collection, “Be of Love” showcases a range of works by international, national, and regional artists, some of which have never been exhibited before at the Museum. Featured artists include: Roy Lichtenstein, Corita Kent, Sol LeWitt, Dale Chihuly, Bob Dilworth, Jesse Burke, and many others. Taking its title from both a print by Corita Kent in the Museum’s collection, and the famous e.e. cummings’ poem, “Be of Love” illustrates the integrated nature of the visual arts and takes an interdisciplinary approach to the collection.
6 works are on view in this group exhibition from August 25 – October 15, 2017
Bristol Art Museum, Main Building and Galleries, 10 Wardwell Street, Bristol RI
"Lighter than Theory," 2017 (installation : paint, canvas, graphite; 46 x 90")
So pleased with the curatorial strategy of Dominic Molon for the positioning of my work, "What Gives" alongside such amazing work like that of Nick Cave. Yay RISD Museum! Check it out if you are in Providence....
November 1, 2015, 1:30 – 3 pm
NetWorks Rhode Island, a project devoted to showcasing work of select contemporary Rhode Island visual artists, presents its 2015 Providence premiere season of documentary video portraits.
Featured artists for 2015 include: David Allyn, Jillian Barber, Deborah Baronas, Peter Diepenbrock, Gretchen Dow Simpson, Jerold Ehrlich, Ana Flores, David Frazer, Paul Housberg, Barbara Owen, Lisa Perez, and Richard Whitten.
So thankful to Zach Keeting and Lauren Britton for the invitation to participate and co-curate Improvised Showboat #6!
If you don't already know of Zach's other project Gorky's Granddaughter, check it out. He is a great community builder. :)
And also so happy that my new shared studio mate Max Van Pelt was interested in co-curating and participating as well, especially since we JUST moved in and haven't even fully unpacked!
Pleased to be showing at Scope Miami Beach....