News

– 2017 –

Two Person Exhibition: Trajectories at Artists Circle Fine Art (Jun 4 – Jul 8)

Emulsion 2017 at PEPCO Edison Place Gallery (Mar 3 – 16)

La Vie en Bleu at The Mansion at Strathmore (Jan 7 – Feb 19)

– 2016 –

Solo Exhibition: Lines/Edges at The Blackrock Center for the Arts (Jul 21 –  Aug 27) 

Making Sense: See, Smell, Hear,Taste,Touch at The McLean Project for the Arts (Jun 16 –  Jul 30) 

“This exhibition brings together Mid-Atlantic artists whose work explores the senses or the experience of sensory perception.”  Juror: Nora Atkinson, the Lloyd Herman Curator of Craft at the Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Two Person Exhibition: Structured Environments at The Gray Gallery (May 6 –  28)

“Structured Environments is an exhibition featuring two artists brought together to create a dialogue about the formal elements in art.” — Curatorial Director Jaimianne Amicucci

East City Art’s Emulsion 2016 at Gallery O on H (Apr 9 – 16)

“My hope with this show is for the viewer to have a varied experience, to open up dialogue about content and to exemplify all that is relevant regarding artistic process today.” — Juror Amy Cavanaugh Royce, Maryland Art Place Executive Director.

Mid-Atlantic New Painting Biennial Exhibition at The UMW GAlleries (Jan 15 – Feb 26)

Juror Lauren Ross, curator of the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University, selected works by artists living in the Mid-Atlantic region.

– 2015 –

Solo Exhibition: Adjacent Amplitudes at Hillyer Art Space (Dec 4 – 23)

Hillyer Solo Show Invitation (Dec 4)

Public Art: The Billboard Creative Q4 Show (Dec 7- Jan 3)

“I Want To Stop Traffic With Art” says Curator Mona Kuhn.  The Billboard Creative (TBC), based in Los Angeles, transforms billboards into public art.  The Q4 show features established and emerging artists’ works on 33 billboards throughout the streets of Los Angeles.

Material/Method: Contemporary Practices in Painting at The Gallery at NOVA Woodbridge (Aug 24- Sep 25)

“Material/Method gives attention to the responses of painters who invest in the formal capabilities of the materials they use and the singularity of their own inventive methods.” — Curator Erin Devine