I will be showing four paintings in an Art Fair-style group exhibit, called “Off the Wall” at the Plaxall Gallery in LIC. Opening reception Saturday, November 23rd, 7-10pm. This show features a plethora of great local artists in a lovely, large gallery space. For those who can’t make it to the opening, the exhibit will…Read more »
Dear friends: I’m honored to have my work included in this awesome annual group exhibit and auction benefit, Art for Tibet.
Thursday, August 15th will be a fun night in LIC, with lots of artful happenings all around. As an artist with work included in the *NOW is the Future* exhibit currently at Local Project, I’ll first point out that this will be the CLOSING NIGHT of the show. So if you haven’t had a chance…Read more »
Join us August 1, 2019 for the opening reception of our summer group show at Local Project, bringing an incredible group of local artist together. NOW is the Future, curated by Carolina Peñafiel and John Baber. A representation of our perceptions of the future in the past – visions of future cities, landscapes, personal hopes and…Read more »
One of my paintings, “Cowrie Shell,” is featured in the Paddle8 auction, in support of Openings Collective – bidding starts July 15th ending July 29th. LINK TO AUCTION 🎨 https://paddle8.com/auction/openings-ny/ 👩🏻🎨 @openingsny @paddle8 For over 12 years, Openings has consistently created opportunities to build community among artists and establish creative dialogue through our meet-up…Read more »
SEQAA’s (C)art Festival : Pop-up Art in the Park Saturday, September 1st, 2018 – Southeast Queens Artist Alliance presents the first annual SEQAA’s (C)art Festival : Pop-up Art in the Park, 11am-5pm. Located at the King Manor Museum within Rufus King Park in Jamaica, Queens, this event is free and open to the public. Featuring…Read more »
I am thrilled to say that my work has been chosen for inclusion in an upcoming group exhibition, Allow Me to Reintroduce Myself, at the Cigar Factory Gallery, curated by Krista Scenna and Carolina Peñafiel. The curators asked artists to create new pieces – works on paper – to interpret the theme, drawing connections between the…Read more »