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‘Variations’ Write up in the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel


My show at Omnia Gallery got a nice write up in the local paper. Here is the link:

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‘Variations’ at Omnia Gallery

Variations is a solo show I am having at Omnia Contemporary Gallery in Grand Junction, CO  for the month of February.

Opening February 2nd @ 7pm

639 Main St., Grand Junction



Phenomenal: The Northwest Five Painting Colloquium

I am in a group show called ‘Phenomenal’ that is up Oct. 2nd- Nov. 4th that is part of ‘The Northwest Five Painting Colloquium’ at the University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA.  The colloquium is November 3-4, 2017 and I will be taking part in a panel discussion on November 4th at 3:30pm.

This is all part of a two day conference that serves as a platform to discuss, connect and engage with painting from a fresh perspective. There will be exhibits, a keynote speaker, and panel discussions.  Here is a link with all the colloquium information:

The Northwest Five Painting Colloquium



CMU Art & Design Faculty Show

CMU Art & Design Faculty, That Would Be Chaos

October 3-November 10, 2016

Reception: Friday October 7th, 5-9PM

That Would Be Chaos features 2D and 3D work from CMU’s Art and Design faculty, both full-time and part-time.


Drawn at Manifest Gallery

I have two drawings in Manifest Galleries 3rd Annual Drawn Exhibition.
So, if you’re in Cincinnati, Ohio, go check it out!

Opening reception April 15th 6-9pm.

The show is up April 15th to May 13th, 2016

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Painting and Seeing

Check out this Group show that I am in at UNCW Art Gallery in Wilmington, NC

February 25-April 7th



Observing Observing

Check out, “Observing Observing” a show that I co-curated at
Prographica Gallery!

Opening Saturday September 12th, 2-4pm.
September 12th- October 31, 2015

It is about how different artists use/approach observation. Because the show is about “observation”, we have selected as a thematic constant, the “white cup.” Why a white cup? Because it is ubiquitous and carries no emotional baggage.  It is the “observation” that is paramount, not the cup.

Artists included in the exhibition are: Brian Blackham, Fred Birchman, Sarah Bixler, David Campbell, Kimberly Clark, Joe Crookes, Dean Fisher, Cable Griffith, Laura Hamje, Kenny Harris, Amy Huddleston, Carrie Kapp, Matt Klos, Kathy Liao, Judy Nimtz, Elizabeth Ockwell, Anne Petty, Bob Schlegel, Bill Sharp, Graham Shutt, Jordan Wolfson & Evelyn Woods.