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Into the Blue at Blue Spiral 1

I am excited to announce my participation in Blue Spiral 1’s group show, INTO THE BLUE. This is the first major showing of my work in Asheville, NC and I’m excited to show in the community that has so readily welcomed me and my family. I will be showing a collection of seven watercolors, both recent and past works, including one, never before exhibited tondo.

If you are interested in receiving information about the show or any of my available works, please feel free to contact the gallery here: Contact Blue Spiral 1


The Color of Water at Robert Lange Studios

I am honored to announce that my work is included in Robert Lange Studios' current exhibition, The Color of Water, open now through February 23, 2018.

The Color of Water celebrates the growing field of contemporary watercolor with a group exhibition featuring 20 artists from around the globe. Each artist will showcase work that exemplifies their specific style, genre and subject matter. The exhibition will hang through the months of January and February. A reception, featuring music, wine, and hors d’oeuvres will take place on February 2 from 6-8PM and is open to the public.

Featured artists include: Laurin McCracken, Dylan Scott Pierce, Alexandra Becker-Black, Joshua Flint, Kerry Brooks, Mario Robinson, E. B. Lewis, Jason Drake, Nick Runge, Endre Penovac, Matthew Bird, Dean Mitchell, Laurin McCracken, Kevin Taylor, Oriol Angrill Jorda, Katie Green, Adam Lister, Ester Sarto, Michiyo Fukushima, Karl Mårtens, Denny Bond, Melanie Norris, and Reuben Negron.

Untitled (Catherine nº1), pictured below, will be on display for the duration of the show.


Summer 17 at Arch Enemy Arts

I'm happy to announce that my work will once again be hanging at Arch Enemy Arts in Philadelphia - this time as part of their Summer 17 group show opening Friday, July 7th, 2017. This year's show will feature works from Alexis Talia, Chad Pierce, Scott M. Fischer, Sergio Garcia, Jessica Hess, and Kit Mizeres, and small collections by Troy Coulterman, Wiley Wallace, Ruth Speer, Horatio Quiroz, Hari + Deepti, and yours truly. 

The show runs through Saturday, July 29th. A preview of the show can be seen HERE

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The Royals at Arch Enemy Arts

I'm excited to announce that I will be showing new work with Arch Enemy Arts in their upcoming exhibition, 'The Royals.' 'The Royals' features 18 local and international artists tasked with creating contemporary portraits of traditional occupations and positions from the Middle Ages. My contribution (below) is a nod to Leonardo DaVinci's "Lady with an Ermine" and features real-life farmer, butcher, and author Meredith Leigh. Entitled simply, 'The Butcher,' this watercolor measures 16 x 12 in. and is painted on paper mounted and sealed on wood panel.  

Artists participating in this show include:
Alex GarantCaitlin HackettCarly Janine MazurChris LeibChris SeamanCrawwDavid SeidmanFabio D'AromaGustavo RimadaHeather McLeanJared TuttleJason HernandezJulianna MennaRachael BridgeRodrigo BorgesTom Bagshaw, and Wendy Ortiz.

The exhibition opens Friday, December 11th, 2015, and runs through Saturday, January 16th, 2016. Please feel free to contact Lawren Alice or Patrick Shillenn at Arch Enemy Arts for more information or click the invitation below to be redirected to the gallery's website. A preview of the show can be seen HERE

Single Fare 3

Carroll Gardens

Carroll Gardens

This week, Single Fare 3 opens at RH Gallery in Tribeca and if you're in town it's an event not to be missed. The brain child of Michael Kagan and Jean-Pierre Roy, Single Fare 3 features works of art made with or on credit card-sized plastic Mew York City Metrocards. The show is an open call exhibition and draws the attention of all manner of visual creatives, from the novice to the established. Last year's exhibition attracted over 1000 artists working in everything from painting and drawing to sculpture and video. Each piece is sold for $100 ($200 for the first hour of the opening reception) regardless of the artists' stature. That means with a trained eye it can be a great way to collect work from some of the industry's top names!

The opening reception is this Wednesday, February 13th, from 6-9pm, at RH Gallery. It's open to the public but considering the appeal of the show it's advisable to arrive early. If you miss the opening the show will be on view through February 22nd.

I've contributed two pieces to the show this year, both seen here. Both are watercolor on paper mounted on Metrocard and represent two distinct personal memories tied to two distinct Brooklyn neighborhoods - Carroll Gardens (above) and Fort Greene (below). Each measure 3 3/8" x 2 1/8".

Fort Greene

Fort Greene

One Hundred Dollars

Faded_One Dollar Bill

This coming weekend, I'll be part of an exciting (and some would say provocative) show called One Hundred Dollars. The brain child of Andrew Smenos and Sergio Barrale, One Hundred Dollars challenges 100 artists to create a single work of art utilizing a one dollar bill as its canvas. The show will open at LittleField this Saturday, July 14th at 6pm. Each unique piece will sell for $100. 

Check out the press release below:

The title of the exhibition is "One Hundred Dollars". All the artwork for this show utilizes the U.S. ONE DOLLAR BILL as a canvas. There will be one hundred artists in the show. All the artwork is available for one hundred dollars each.

Money is simply a piece of paper, Art is simply a form of communication, yet both carry incredible power. Concepts permeate art and money. The perception of value or authority. The ancient codes used and doctrines communicated. Layered and surreal images that appear with beautifully crafted portraits, scenes, symbols, forms and typography from generations past. Precious objects we exchange and collect. One Hundred Artists, One Hundred Dollar Bills, every dollar bill Art Piece is for sale for One Hundred Dollars.

Opens: July 14th 6-9pm  Closes: August 9thLittleField 622 Degraw Street New York, NY 11217

Artists Included: Reuben Negron, Kristen Schiele, Paul Gagner, Taylor McKimens, Joel Dugan, Tricia Keightley, Jordin Isip, Julie E. Brady, Daniel Maidman, Jason Gandy, Michael Kagan, Eric White, Joe Heaps Nelson, Maria Kozak, Rachel Schmidhofer, Kyle McCoy, Joe Sorren, Mauricio Salmon, Lola Serrano, Ian Brauner, Hazel Lee Santino, Rob Leecock, Felicia Forte, Aliene De Souza Howell, Matt Morris, Hyunjin Alex Park, Benjamin Martins, Sarah Stenseng, Jean Pierre Roy, Rachel Pontious, Matt Leines, Richard Saja, Thomas Martin, Carmen Von K, Chris Leib, Stefi Sakata, Reiner Hansen, Brian Novatny, Jonny Ruzzo, Victor Kerlow, Steve Ellis, Jsun Laliberte, Jennifer Grimyser, Cheryl Arent, Shirley Cruz, Nelson Loskamp, Vic Selbach, Christian Johnson, Nghia Nguyen, Marcia Shapiro, Don D'Aries, Sahar Ghaheri, Gabe Albin, Brian Rattiner, Rawan Rihani, Nathan Stapley, Jeff Faerber, Natalia Zubko, Matt Rota, Maureen Drennan, Emily Noelle Lambert, Rebecca Litt, Ryan Scully, Lauren Hickman, Justin Baldwin, Brandon Sines, Eric Trosko, Paul D'Agostino, Mark Sengbusch, Paul Brainard, Alexandra Evans, Daniel Davidson, Lee Misenheimer, Casey Farnum, Nina Ljeti, Ms. Dingo, Taylor Bowen, Fedele Spadafora, Hannah Lee, Rachel Levit, Eric Pearson, Eric Araujo, Jeff Sims, Christopher Casamassima, Billy Norrby, Ariana Barat, Megan Berk, Patrick Meehan, Reid Bingham, Maya Brym, Paul Del Bosque, Jess Rees, Sergio Verdeza, Kenneth Pietrobono, John Felix Arnold III, Patrick Shoemaker, Josh Steinbauer, Jessica Lynn, Chaz Faxton, Tina Marie Alleva, Alessandro Echevarria, Kiki Valdes, Sara Mcbeen, Tim Jaeger, Andrew Smenos, Sergio Barrale.