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.
When: March 20-April 15 Where: The Gallery Space, 1670 Irving St, Rahway, NJ
THE MAXIMUM MINIMUM, an art exhibit featuring representational artworks that have been reduced to the simplest elements fromMarch 20-April 15, 2022. There will be an Opening Reception on Sunday March 20 from from 1-4PM. Admission is Free and open to the public. The Exhibit will be held at THE GALLERY SPACE, 1670 Irving St, Rahway, NJ. For further information call: 732 827-2210 or Email curator, Lawrence Cappiello at: email@example.com.
Online article by Tris McCall talking about the Pro Arts exhibition “Black & White to Magnificent Color”. Tris talks about my painting “Too Much Energy on an Oppressively Hot Day” which is in this diverse show.
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.
I’m a new member of New Hope Arts and I have a painting in this upcoming exhibition. This is a yearly exhibition and all members are encouraged to participate. This exhibition will have over 130 artists’ works represented. Additionally, I was lucky enough to have my painting “Arctic Winter” on the exhibition poster (see above).
Art reviewer Tris McCall wrote an article for the online newspaper, Jersey City Times. He listed his top pics of the 11 best Jersey City art exhibitions of 2021. It’s an informative, and interesting read, but more importantly, an exhibition I was part of was ranked as number 6: “The Empowering: A Social Justice Exhibition” . I was even happier to find out that my name was mentioned in this article. You can find the article here.
When: December 3-January 29 Where: 181 East Court Street, Doylestown, PA
SMALL WORKS AT FREEMAN HALL features over 60 A&C member artists showing small works in a variety of mediums ready for purchase for holiday gift giving and collecting. Works will be on display at our new home at the beautiful Freeman Hall in Doylestown and in our online gallery.
Browse our online exhibition and sale and visit Freeman Hall in Doylestown to see the works in person. Return to the online to the gallery frequently as new artwork is added every time an artist makes a sale.
NOTE: Purchases for the online show will be made through the artist contact information in the online gallery.
I have two, 8″ x 10″ plein air paintings in this exhibition. Freeman Hall is a beautiful, old mansion that’s worth a visit in itself. Please check it out if you’re in the area. If not, you can always visit the online show.
Update 2/15/22: I cannot stress how helpful and friendly this organization is. They are consistently advertising their exhibitions on social media. As a matter of fact, I sold one of my plein air paintings titled “Autumn Windmill” when a collector saw it in an ad on Facebook! Kudos to this group!
When: November 6- December 1 Opening Reception: Saturday November 6, 1-4pm Where: ART150 Gallery, 150 Bay Street Suite 265, Jersey City, NJ
Curated by PE Pinkman
In 1863 the first Salon des Refusés (Exhibition of the Rejects) was held in Paris to show work that had been refused by the selection committee of the official Salon… major artists represented included Manet, Cézanne, Camille Pissarro, and Whistler. No one can argue that in the end those artists did okay, art historically speaking!
Every working artist knows the pain of being rejected from exhibitions, especially from well-respected venues. Although it is difficult to not take rejection personally, inclusion is not the only metric of merit!
This year, Art Fair 14C drew an outstanding number of applicants, forcing the fair to reject many strong submissions. In celebration of these artists, Pro Arts is pleased to present “Salon Des Refuses.”
I’m exhibiting four paintings in this exhibition. Three of which are part of my “Racial Profiling” series that I’m continuing to work on. All four are pictured above.