On Sunday June 13, 2021 from 11 am to 4 pm, I’m participating in a community-wide art show called Artmageddon. It is being coordinated with Robert Elstein who is running for City Council, and features artists displaying and selling their artwork outdoors, on front porches as well as musicians performing and other special events. I’ll be showing a collection of relief paintings on recycled cast paper which explore the human connection to the natural world. On display I’ll also have handmade flags for BLM and the pandemic as well as jewelry made from recycled materials. My address is 1408 Ditmas Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11226. To see and download a map showing my location which is #28 and that of all the participating artists, click here. You can also go to the Beautify Brooklyn site to RSVP and get free tickets to special events.
The Sculptors Alliance is 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 clicking here until July 15, 2021.
“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. To view the exhibit on Artsy, click here. 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
“Prospect Park Red Oak – After Sandy” was selected for the United Nations UN75 virtual exhibition titled ‘Global Conversation’ a global humanity-focused art exhibit raising global awareness of the most pressing issues confronting humanity. The virtual exhibit was online from September 21-28, 2020.
El Barrio’s Artspace and Yvonne Lamar-Rogers presented a large multimedia exhibit titled “Women Celebrate Women” showcasing 36 artists. My work titled “Urban Roots” was on display in this exhibition from August 15 until October, 3, 2020 at El Barrio Artspace in Manhattan. Visit my News page to see photos and a video of this exhibit which includes a short interview of me as well as other artists in the show.
Art at Minka’s inaugural exhibit ‘How We Evolve’ was on view from September 10 to October 1, 2020 in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn. The fourteen artists in this show, which included my work ‘Volador’ and ‘Mount Baldy Blowout’, were selected back in February 2020 before Covid-19 by curator Taylor Kuhn. Reflection on how we cope and transform in response to our experiences is pertinent to any time in our lives including during a global pandemic.
I was awarded an Artist Residency by the Arts Center of Yates County in the summer of 2019.
“Flight” was purchased by Memorial Sloan Kettering for their new hospital in Montvale, NJ. The piece was made while I was an artist in residence at Indiana Dunes National Park.
Honoree of a 2018 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award from Marquis Who’s Who.
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Prayers for the Pandemic and Black Lives Matter flags on the Photographic Works page are on sale now for only $59 for a limited time. Go to the Contact and Sales page or click here to to place an order using PayPal.