NJArts.net: Artists do more with less at ‘The Maximum Minimum’ show at Gallery Space in Rahway

Online article by art critic Tris McCall where he talks about the exhibition and also talks about some of the artist’s work including my own. This is an exhibition of representational painters that reflects the painting scene in NJ.

Link to article here.

Pro Arts “Black & White to Magnificent Color at the Watchung Arts Center

At the opening of Pro Arts “Magnificent Color” at Watchung Arts Center.

When: March 13 – April 9, 2022
Where: Watchung Arts Center, 18 Stirling Rd, Watchung, NJ 

Two years of the Covid pandemic has left us feeling like we are living through an endless winter where our eyes are tired of the long nights and empty trees. Cut off from each other and fearful, it is as if we have lost the colors of life. The intention of this exhibition is to bring back the hope and excitement, that this dark period is almost over, and soon we’ll be surrounded by the magnificent colors of art and life again.  

My painting wins second place at the 2021 ViewPoints exhibit at Studio Montclair

When: April 23 – May 28, 2021
Where: Studio Montclair, Montclair, NJ

My painting “The Benefits of Bias 2” won second place at the Studio Montclair’s “ViewPoints 2021” exhibition. I was lucky enough to have two paintings selected: “The Benefits of Bias 1” and “The Benefits of Bias 2“. Studio Montclair director Susana Baker begins by talking about the philosophy behind this yearly show and the juror, Eleanna Anagnos, discusses her approach to selecting all the works. This video walks through the entire exhibition highlighting some works and ends with the juror giving the awards. The Benefits of Bias 1” was sold at this exhibition.