Solo and Group Exhibitions
NJ ARTS ANNUAL 2023:
MOTHER NATURE VS HUMAN NATURE
February 1, 2023 - June 24, 2023
The Arts Annual series is sponsored by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a partner agency of the National Endowment of the Arts.
The 2023 Arts Annual is open to New Jersey Artists working in any medium (visual, audio, video) who wish to explore the crises climate change and the inequality of climate resilience. Artists will be encouraged to offer local to global perspectives. Two galleries will be dedicated at each location, Arts Garage in Atlantic City and Kramer Hall, Hammonton.
Noyes Museum of Art, Stockton University
Jurors: Robert Roesch and Suzanne Horvitz
January 18, 2022 - March 30, 2022
An exhibition of handmade books by the members of The Book Arts Roundtable
The Museum of Early Trades and Crafts
9 Main Street, Madison, NJ 07940
"AND WE'RE OFF" BY PRO ARTS JEREY CITY
Wed, January 18th to Sat, February 25th
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 21st from 1pm-4pm
And We’re Off! is the first exhibition of 2023. For this exhibition, co-presidents, Dorie Dahlberg and Bryant Small, felt Pro Arts should reward those who have renewed their SHIM membership throughout the pandemic with a gallery exhibition. Pro Arts is grateful to the City of Clifton Arts Center’s gallery space and for the opportunity to present and introduce members’ artwork to a new audience! https://cliftonartscenter.org/gallery-exhibits
I have four portraits in this group show at The New Providence Memorial Library, 377 Elkwood Avenue, New Providence, NJ 07974
ART FAIR 14C SHOWCASE:
JERSEY CITY ARMORY
Nov. 11 – 13, 2022
I was honored to be juried into the 2022 Showcase, a unique element of Art Fair 14C. The Showcase, provides an exhibition space at the fair for individual artists, giving them greater exposure to collectors, galleries and museums.
2022 NEW JERSEY ARTS ANNUAL: REEMERGENCE,
NEW JERSEY STATE MUSEUM
June 18, 2022 – April 30, 2023
At the start of 2022, the world remains devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic, political and ideological polarization continues to divide Americans, and our collective reckoning with systemic racism remains critical to achieving the country’s promise. Artists, like most New Jerseyans, are taking steps to reemerge into an altered landscape. How has this change landscape manifested itself in artists’ practice? Do the works reflect hope, despair, resignation, something else? Have artists altered their style, worked with new materials, embraced technology? How has isolation and tentative reemergence been reflected in the works created during this period? Four hundred artists submitted 2,021 works for juror review. The jurors had a difficult task as there was such extraordinary work from which to choose, coupled with the normal limitations of the exhibition space.