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Mark your calendars for “Mayday! EAARTH” a compelling climate exhibit that alerts the world to our impending destruction! The show takes place at Ceres Gallery in NYC from December 12-17, 2022 with an opening reception on Thursday, December 15th from 6-8 pm. I’ll be showing a new series entitled “Endangered Frogs” in the exhibit. Special guests Bill McKibben and Dr. James Hansen are speaking on Saturday, December 17th at 2 pm! Ceres Gallery is located at  547 West 27th St., #201, New York, NY 10001, (212) 947-6100.

On Sunday, June 26, 2022, I showed my new environmentally inspired work in Artmageddon III, NYC’s largest, most vibrant, community-run outdoor art gallery and performance event! More than 150 artists and bands exhibited and performed on porches, stoops, and gardens in Ditmas Park, Prospect Park South, Kensington, and Prospect-Lefferts Gardens in Flatbush, Brooklyn. 

“Earth on the Edge” was a remarkable and timely exhibit at Ceres Gallery in NYC in December of 2021 in which I was honored to be included. The show explored the tipping points of unstoppable climate change; melting polar ice caps, an acidifying, deoxygenated ocean, rain bombs and extensive drought and fire seasons.  To see the ATOA (Artist Talk on Art) zoom discussion featuring ten of the artists in this exhibit, including myself, which took place on November 29, 2021, go to this link. NY1 reviewed the exhibit and the video can be viewed here. There was also an in-depth article written by Jim McDermott in Earthbeat.

This was a one of a kind, large scale exhibition at the Mills Pond Gallery featured my work and Pam Brown’s. Our work stands at the intersection of art and the environment exploring new ways to engender feelings of hope, accountability and care for our planet. The exhibit ran from November 6 to December 19, 2021. The Mills Pond Gallery is located in St. James, NY. To read the article reviewing this exhibit in the Times Beacon Record by Melissa Arnold, click here

I was selected to be an artist in residence at Soaring Gardens, Laceyville, PA in September 2021.

The Sculptors Alliance presented an online exhibit “Up-Cycling Detritus” curated by Vernita Nemec. Three pieces of my work were selected to be in this online exhibit in which 44 artists “…bridge the boundaries of sculpture in an effort to conceive their works using valuable materials that otherwise would have been discarded.” The online exhibition and press release can be viewed by  here

“Madre Tierra”, which is Spanish for Mother Earth, was selected to be in the “Our Connection with Nature – Earth Day 2021” exhibit which is online and was in person at Gallery Sitka, 2 Shaker Rd., D101, Shirley, MA 01464 until June 1st, 2021. The show is also on Artsy until the end of the year. The curator for the exhibit is the artist Beth Barry and the Gallery Director is Tamar Russell Brown.

“Finf Yor” Five Years of Art at Yiddish New York is currently online  One of the exhibits in “Finf Yor” is “…With the Kisses of their Mouth”: Eros and Spirituality in which you can see my piece “Tsistsistas”. The young people from the Yiddish New York Family Band created a video with music they composed inspired by art in the “Finf Yor” online exhibition and “Tsistsistas” was included. To view the video, visit my News page  

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