Two Person Exhibit at Harmon Gallery, July 14-31, 2017
"BLUE" exhibit at Naugatuck Valley Community College
Exhibit Dates: January 28 through March 7, 2017
Location: Naugatuck Valley Community College, 750 Chase Pkwy., Waterbury, CT 06708
Atrium Gallery outside of the College Theatre, Bldg. A. (Park near the Library entrance in parking garage.)
Artists Talk: Wednesday February 22nd, 1:00 pm at the gallery
2nd Annual Open Studio - Sat. Dec. 3rd
OPEN STUDIO at 3 Hyde Street - Rear, Stonington Borough, CT 06378
Saturday , December 3rd from 11 am - 3 pm.
Please stop by and see some new work. Large and small oils, local watercolors, small works in watercolor and oil pastel from our trip to the Bahamas, etchings and drawings.
I welcome you to come and visit my newly renovated studio!
Directions: Follow directions to Stonington Borough ( off of route 1A between Mystic, CT and Westerly , RI.) After entering the Borough over the R.R. overpass, curve to the left and come to 1st stop sign at High St. Take a left here, follow down small hill, take a left on Elm. Follow to end of street, turn right on Hyde Street - my house is 2nd house on left. Studio door in lower level rear.
Two Person Exhibit at Harmon Gallery, Wellfleet , MA opens July 4th- July17th.
Opening Reception July 4th - 5-7:00 pm. I will be exhibiting new ship paintings as well as new traffic work alongside Traci Harmon Hay, gallery founder for this show.
"Four by 3" Exhibit at Jesse Edwards Gallery, Block Island, RI
Exhibit opens June 25th and runs through July 7th - I will be at the Opening Reception Saturday, June 27th 5-7pm.
Take a sail on over to wonderful Block Island and check out my first exhibit at The Jesse Edwards Gallery, 30 Water Street, Block Island (downtown, above the post office). Stop in at the Spring House for a drink - the view is divine.
Kerri Gallery, Willimantic CT
Three large Traffic paintings have been selected for inclusion in the My Windham Project - organized by Gail Gelburd. Paintings will be on display in the Kerri Gallery, 861 Main St, Willimantic, CT 06226. Call 860 456 8615 for hours.
Faculty Exhibition at Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, CT
"Far Away - Landscapes from the Virtual World" at Colo Colo Gallery Feb.20 - March 6
Second solo exhibition at Colo Colo features exclusively landscape paintings derived from surveillance cameras on the worldwide web.
"Harmon Gallery Feature Exhibition" July 6, 2013.
New Bedford Art Museum:%"New Bedford Harbor in a New Light"%
Exciting exhibition with 40 artists opens at two locations: New Bedford Art Museum on Saturday May 11th, and June 13 at UMass Dartmouth Gallery where three paintings made for this exhibition will be displayed. My painting "Out To Sea" was also chosen for the invitation and exhibition poster.
"Arrival" Solo Exhibition
COLO COLO GALLERY, 29 Centre Street, New Bedford, MA.
February 20 - March 3, 2013. Gallery Hours: Thurs. - Sat: 2-7,
Tues. 12-3, Sun. 1-5. Closed: Mon. and Wed.
OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, Feb. 23: 5-8 PM.
Artist's Book Exhibit, New London, CT, Bridgeport, CT, Havana Cuba
"The Eleggua": My work included in artist’s book featuring twelve linoleum cut prints printed at El Taller Experimental de la Habana, Cuba in 2012. The artwork was created by twelve artists which include nine Cuban artists, and 3 American artists. The book is based on African Myths of the Cuban Diaspora.
"The Eleggua" has been placed in the following collections:
*El Taller Experimenta de la Grafica de la Habana, Cuba
*El Museo Casa Africa de la offician del Historiador de la Habana, Cuba
"A Novel Idea" - Exhibition at UMass, Amherst
Northampton artist Sally Curcio invited me to participate in an Artist's Book show, "A Novel Idea", at Hampden Galleries at the University of Massachusetts, in Amherst. The show opens December 11 and is located in the Southwest residential area. I was asked to create an "altered book" for the exhibit - I chose "The 20th century Artbook" by Phaidon Press.
Residency in Havana, Cuba
I have been invited to a bookmaking symposium at Graphicos Creativos in Havana, Cuba this January. Three artists: myself, Imna Arroyo and Amanda Lebel, along with Raouf Mama, a stoyteller and scholar from Eastern Connecticutt State University will work with artists in Cuba to produce a suite of prints based on African and Cuban Myths. Should be very exciting.