Exhibitions & News
Thanks to everyone who came to visit my studio during POST, the Philadelphia Open Studio Tours! You can see more of my work in A City of Artists, Celebrating the Philadelphia Open Studio Tours in the Philadelphia Art in City Hall gallery in room 116 on the first floor of City Hall. The exhibition was organized by the wonderful people at CFEVA and runs through December 2, 2016.
My work will also be on view in another Philadelphia civic building in November: I've got a book in the Philadelphia Center for the Book's Little Lexicons exhibition at the Philadelphia Free Library which will be up from November 4th to January 13, 2017.
My latest frog painting, What We Must Do, is in a show curated by the brilliant Susan Coote in Episcopal Academy's Crawford Gallery called Messages and American Dreams, which is up until November 16th, 2016.
You can check out several of my pieces in the flat files at Pierogi Gallery in Brooklyn, and you can see a few pieces online at Pierogi as well.
Some of my work is currently on view on the third floor of Gallery Joe's new space at #2 St. James Court in Philadelphia.
You can see more work and occasional posts about other people's art on my blog, and I post images of work in progress and art I like as the_drawist on instagram.
I'm currently working on a new series of work on paper and finishing up a book based on my swan series.
Disreputable Miracles,Ink on paper, 2010
Past Exhibition News and Press
Two of my drawings were included in Gallery Joe's show Joy, a lovely exhibition that also includes work by Mia Rosenthal, Alex Paik, Astrid Koppe, Sharka Hyland and Marilyn Holsing. My work was also on exhibit in Gallery Joe's Bye Bye Old City show in Philadelphia.
Episode, right was included in Drawing Now at Artspace Liberti. The show was curated by Sabina Tichindeleanu with Emilie Keim Viss, and included lots of great work, some of which you can see on Sabina's blog here. There were some nice reviews of the show: one of them is here.
An exhibition of my new work, More Than I Had To Say, was at Firecat Projects in Chicago. The show included many of the newer pieces that are on the artwork page of the website. The piece below is Episode, and it's one of a series of four pieces that anchored the show.
I made a new etching, Doubt, with Slugfest Printmaking Workshop that can be purchased there or through Galley Joe in Philadelphia.
How and How Not to Draw A Morning Glory was included in Narcissus in the Studio: Artist Portraits and Self Portraits at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art.
There is an interview with me by Jennifer Zarro in Art Matters magazine.My show at Gallery Joe with Rachel Perry Welty was reviewed in the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia Weekly and on artblog. (Click the links to read the reviews.) Spring (right) and Posessions were included in Ink! the summer group show at Gallery Joe in Philadelphia. You can read reviews of the show written by Edith Newhall at the Philadelphia Inquirer, Lori Hill of the Philadelphia City Paper , and Roberta Fallon in the Philadelphia Weekly and on artblog.
Exotic Narrative, a 48' long piece on paper, was on exhibit through the Philadelphia Airport's Exhibition Initiative.Drawings on paper were included in "I Woke Up in a Strange Place" at Moti Hasson Gallery in NYC. My drawings were mentioned in a short exhibition review in the New York Times.
The Problem of Prevost's Squirrel, a show of my large work on paper, was up at Vox Populi Gallery in Philadelphia. Roberta Fallon wrote about the show in the Editor's Picks section of a recent Philadelphia Weekly, and Edith Newhall wrote an article about the show for the Philadelphia Inquirer. See my exhibition history for more complete information.Click any images on this page for details. Click the menu at the top of the page for more information.