To Make a Home solo exhibition

Join me on Friday, April 7th 6-9pm at The Creativity Caravan for my solo exhibition, To Make a Home. This show features all new drawings and one recent painting. Facebook event details here. 

My series of drawings and paintings utilize amateur home videos and photographs to abstract space and highlight the ongoing nature of renovation, and home making. For this solo exhibition, I focused on two key elements; the physical house and the family that lives within it, you need both to make a home.

360 Cambridge Drive: Mom in the Kitchen. Graphite, charcoal, and ink on paper. 2017.

360 Cambridge Drive: Mom in the Kitchen. Graphite, charcoal, and ink on paper. 2017.

Exhibition at Index Art Center Opening Saturday, January 14th

Join me for the opening of a group exhibition at Index Art Center in Newark, NJ featuring recent work by current Montclair State University MFA in Studio Art second year students and the recently graduated class of 2016.

I will have two photographic prints, a drawing, and a painting on display. Come see what I've been up to since graduation! 

Opening reception: Saturday, January 14th, 6-9pm. Index Art Center, 237 Washington St, Newark, NJ

Residency Unlimited in conjuction with New Rochelle BID Artist Residency

I'm pleased to announce that I will be an artist in residence for three months in the storefront of the 5 Anderson St. Apartments in New Rochelle. This residency is hosted by Residency Unlimited and the New Rochelle Business Improvement District (BID) and is curated and directed by Dr. Livia Alexander.  I will also be interning with Livia to assist in the management of logistics and support the artists in residents.  Stay tuned for updates and photos!

For more information visit: http://residencyunlimited.org/partnerships/new-rochelle-business-improvement-district-bid/

Facebook page coming soon!

Gathering Exhibition at Magnan Metz Gallery

The MFA in Studio Arts thesis exhibition, Gathering had a successful opening on Thursday, June 9th! Thank you to everyone who made it out to Magnan Metz to see the show. For those of you who were unable to attend, I've posted some photos of the event.

My work exhibited from top left to right:   4350 29th Avenue:Cooking Thanksgiving Dinner, 2016. House paint, wood glue, joint compound, stain, graphite, and cuts on drywall. 21.75"x30."  173 Parker Farms Road: In the Kitchen, 2016. House paint, wood glue, joint compound, graphite, charcoal, and cuts on drywall. 17.5"x24." Construction and Maintenance, 2016. Two channel video on CRT monitors and workshop stands. 58"x17.5"x18.5."

My work exhibited from top left to right:  

4350 29th Avenue:Cooking Thanksgiving Dinner, 2016. House paint, wood glue, joint compound, stain, graphite, and cuts on drywall. 21.75"x30." 

173 Parker Farms Road: In the Kitchen, 2016. House paint, wood glue, joint compound, graphite, charcoal, and cuts on drywall. 17.5"x24."

Construction and Maintenance, 2016. Two channel video on CRT monitors and workshop stands. 58"x17.5"x18.5."

Artist John Spano displayed his light piece, The Everglow 10/24/24, 2016. notthatjohnspano.com Artist Ruth Borgenicht's interactive floor piece, Eat Where You Walk/Walk Where You Eat, 2016. ruthborgenicht.com

Artist John Spano displayed his light piece, The Everglow 10/24/24, 2016. notthatjohnspano.com

Artist Ruth Borgenicht's interactive floor piece, Eat Where You Walk/Walk Where You Eat, 2016. ruthborgenicht.com

Gathering: 2016 MFA Studio Arts Exhibition, Montclair State University

Join me and my fellow classmates at the opening reception of our thesis exhibition at Magan Metz Gallery, 521 West 26th St, New York, New York on Thursday June 9th. Gathering will be on exhibit at Magnan Metz June 10th-17th.


The Exhibition is curated by Eleanor Heartney, the MFA program's 2015-2016 visiting critic. "The class of 2016 works with a wide range of media, themes and ideas. The eleven artists come from diverse backgrounds and delve into myriad aspects of contemporary life. I have no doubt that their explorations will continue to take them to surprising places as they move forward into the world beyond the academy," said Heartney of the graduating MFA Studio Art students.

The thesis show featurs the following artists: Ruth Borgenicht, Natalia Borisenko, Joseph Carvajal, Maryann Ficker, Meagan Green, Juana Rodriguez, Belmira Silva, Kasia Skorynkiewicz, John Spano, Stephanie Spitz, and Mina Zarfsaz.