• "True Vision" Virtual Gallery Exhibition - September-October 2020

    "True Vision" Virtual Gallery Exhibition - September-October 2020

    The “True Vision” exhibit celebrates new works of Gallery One artists, along with guest artist, Kathleen DeMeo. Works in the exhibit reflect wide-ranging inspiration from connections to nature’s beauty and the poetic word and familiar relationships, as well as socially provocative themes. The exhibit includes many artistic styles including representational and abstract works.

    The show is now open for viewing on the gallery’s virtual exhibit platform and runs through October 31. Find the link to enter at galleryonect.com

    Join us for a gallery tour and meet the artists reception on Zoom on Saturday, September 26 from 7 – 8 pm EST. The zoom link will be posted at galleryonect.com as the event draws near.

  • Gallery view of "Pressing Matters" solo exhibition

    Gallery view of "Pressing Matters" solo exhibition
  • Solo Exhibition October/November 2019

    Solo Exhibition October/November 2019
  • "Anticipation" summer exhibition in Essex, CT

    "Anticipation" summer exhibition in Essex, CT

    My work, "Chelsea" (see Street Cred series) used on announcement card

  • Creative Matters Exhibition

    Creative Matters Exhibition

    One of my monotypes serves as the background image for this announcement.

  • Participation in FOOTPRINT International Exhibition

    Participation in FOOTPRINT International Exhibition

    My monotype, "Electric Avenue" (see "Street Cred" series) was selected for the 2018 FOOTPRINT International Exhibition at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk, CT. The show runs June 3 - August 26.

    FOOTPRINT 2018 reflects current trends and innovations in contemporary printmaking within the boundaries of the one square foot (12” x 12”) configuration. This year’s juror, Susan Tallman, Editor-in-Chief at Art in Print and Adjunct Associate Professor Art History, Theory and Criticism at School of the Art Institute of Chicago, reviewed 319 prints from 166 artists representing 18 countries. Tallman selected 83 works from 83 artists representing 23 states and 13 countries.