so honored to be a part of this important effort of environmental artivism with this amazing crew.
learn more about it here
April 24–May 18
2108 R St. NW, Washington, DC 20008 
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday- 1pm-6pm
Saturday-  11am-6pm
Opening Reception: Saturday April 27, 4–6 pm
First Fridays: Friday May 3,  5-8 pm
Third Thursdays: Thursday May 16, 5-8 pm
Closing Reception: Saturday May 18, 4–6 pm
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801 22nd Street NW, Washington DC 20052  
March 21–May 16
Wed-Saturday 1– 5 pm
Rejecting the academic traditions set by the Beaux Art system of the nineteenth-century, Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) turned away from what he derided as “retinal art,” art pleasing to the eye. He strove to engage the intellect, prompting the invention of the readymade and works that prefigured conceptual art.  Art after Duchamp features contemporary art inspired by specific works in Duchamp’s oeuvre, from the Bicycle Wheel to the Nude Descending a Staircase. Each work in the exhibition reflects the insight of the readymade: anything can be art. Viewers will find a variety of sculptural works mostly based on found objects that engage the mind. Bring a friend and stay for a game of chess. Presented by Washington Sculptors Group and the Corcoran School of the Arts & Design.

Petrichor is my first solo show at Studio Gallery happening

March 29-April 22, 2023

Preview In the Gallery: Friday March 31, 1–5 pm
Opening Reception: Saturday April 1, 4–6 pm
First Fridays: Friday April 7, 5-8 pm
Third Thursdays: Thursday April 20, 5-8 pm
Closing Reception: Saturday April 22, 4–6 pm

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You can see more of my work at The Anthenaeum in Alexandria.
In and Between is 
Curated by Steve Wanna
January 12 — February 5, 2023
Reception: January 15, 4 — 6
Artist Talk: February 5
Read the Washington Post Review here

Some of my photographs were included in the Themes & Variations group show at Studio Gallery in Washington DC. You can see the entire show catalog here.

You can read the City Paper review of the show here.

The Aviary was installed at Sandy Spring Museum for Artina 2022.
Read more information about the installation here.
2108 R Street, NW
Washington DC

Here is a glimpse of Landscapes a new hardcover book of some of my mezzotint photographs.

What: Pearl Dream in Sculpture Now 2022
Where: Harmony Hall Art Center
When: April 22 • June 3•2022
What: Butter & Salmon in Studio Gallery's All Member Show
Where: Washington•DC 
When: March 2 • March 26•2022
What: Quiet Code
Where: Frederick•Maryland 
When: June 30 thru February•2022
Learn more about the Frederick Barns Project here.
What: Pearl Dream
Where: Foggy Bottom Biennial
When: June 5 thru September 26•2021
Learn more about the Foggy Bottom Biennial  here.
What: Passage
Where: Arlington Arts Center
When: August 22•2020 thru February 28•2021
Learn more about the Passage project here.

My mezzotint photographs were part of the American Lines exhibition that ran from January 14-February 12 2021 and benefitted Anacostia Arts Center.
view it here.
Some of my photographs where featured in the online exhibition

FishLite/NiteFish rotoscoped video animation was in a group exhibition -SCULPTURE NOW 2020 at McLean Project for the Arts with other Washington Sculpture Group members.
The show ended November 17th 2020 but is  still viewable online.
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