• Mend: New Drawings Planthouse Sept. 9-Oct.14, 2023
    2023

    Untitled 57, 2023 44″ W x 60 “H, ink and collage on paper, Photo by Etienne Frossard Mend-to make (something broken, worn, torn, or otherwise damaged) whole or sound by repairing, to set right, make better, to progress toward recovery. The drawings in …

  • Art That Matters to the Planet: Interconnectivity, Roger Tory Peterson Institute-closing Oct. 8
    2023

    untitled 5 + 62015 59″ W x 89″H Curated by Maria Ferguson Inspired by the emerging science and insights of Suzanne Simard (Finding the Mother Tree) and Peter Wohlleben (The Hidden Life of Trees), Art that Matters to the Planet 2023: Interconnectivity, …

  • The 36th Parallel, Track 16 Gallery, LA Aug. 12-Sept. 9, 2023
    2023

    Self Portrait 21, 2023 16″ W x 12″H digital print, ink on paper Curatorial Statement “The 36th Parallel” explores the cross sections of conscious and unconscious landscapes informed by visual navigations guided by historic, domestic and economic compas …

  • Murmuration, Ruffin Gallery, University of Virginia, August 25-Oct 6, 2023
    2023

    Spirit familiar, 2023 15″ x 15″ ink on paper Curated by Elizabeth Schoyer Artists: Golnar Adili, Michael Bogin, Erin Crowe, Ellen Driscoll, Ellen Gallup, Rachel Lane, Kera McKenzie,Andrew Mausert-Mooney, Sarah Morrison, Kristen Nyce, Danielle Riede, Ma …

  • VIVA launch: Virtual Visiting Artists
    2021

    This is an exciting new initiative that I am part of, with a dynamic group of artists. https://www.vivavirtualartists.org/

  • Outstanding Educator Award, International Sculpture Center
    2018
  • Wake
    2018

    Wake examines the power of water to sustain life and to destroy it and also looks at what is left in its wake. The paintings, drawings, sculptures, and installations in this exhibition explore the sheer force of water in the form of waves, storms, and energy, as well as the aftermath of water once it retreats: parched earth, invasive plants, dwindling animal populations, human illness. The visual dialogue between these six artists invites reflection and discussion on the impact of global climate change