Works on Paper at Slow Ready, The Gallery

I have a series of small garden collages in Slow Ready, The Gallery's holiday Works on Paper show. The show opens December 15th, and will be up through February.


Slow Ready, The Gallery is located at 21233 North Bayside Road, Cheriton, Virginia.


ThinkSmall 12 at Artspace

ThinkSmall 12 opens with a ticketed Preview event on Thursday, November 2nd, and then the show opens free to the public on Friday, November 3rd. 


My work "Daffodils at Dusk (Memphis)" will be one of hundreds of 4" or smaller artworks on view and available for purchase through December 16th.


More information, including Preview ticket purchasing, is on Artspace's website.


You can also shop the exhibition online.



Art Night 2023

I am pleased to have work included in this year’s Art Night, hosted by Hickok Cole and benefitting the Washington Project for the Arts.


Thank you to Amanda Jiron-Murphy and Blair Murphy for curating the work in this year’s event!



Environment at Risk at The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen

“Night Garden #9 (Crimson Sky, Pink Bloom)” is part of the Environment at Risk exhibition, hosted by Appalachian Voices and opening Thursday, September 14th in the Gumenick Family Gallery of The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen. It will be on view through November 5th.


From the curatorial statement, the show is meant to use “visual language to communicate the various environmental harms and the impacts to Virginia's people and ecosystems."



Teeny Tiny Trifecta 6 at Second Street Gallery

I have 3 works in Teeny Tiny Trifecta 6 at Second Street Gallery in Charlottesville, Virginia. The show opens to the public on September 1st, but the gallery will hold an in-person VIP preview event on August 31st. You can also preview (and eventually purchase) the work in the show online. 


With over 160 artists each showing 3 works, this show will be an event not to be missed by art lovers. It will be on view through September 29th.



"Color Speaks" at the Delaware Contemporary

Thank you to curators Joshua Hollingsworth and Cara Ober for including my work in "Color Speaks" at the Delaware Contemporary. From the curators' statement: 


In Color Speaks, an exhibition featuring art works by Khamari Smith, Nikki Painter, Jenee Mateer, Irwin Freeman, Farida Hughes, and Chris Combs, we present a selection of stunning and delectable objects which hum, buzz and glow with chroma that tickles our retinas.


The show will be on view through August 27th in the Delaware Contemporary's Beckler Gallery.



The Barlow Gilotty Collection

I will have a drawing included in "The Barlow Gilotty Collection," opening February 4th at the American University Museum.


Thank you to Philip Barlow and Lisa Gilotty for collecting my work, and to Vivienne Lassman for curating my work in this exhibition.


"The Barlow Gilotty Collection" will be on view through May 21st. 



2022-2023 Virginia Commission for the Arts Fellowship for Works on Paper

I am very pleased and grateful to be a 2022-2023 Virginia Commission for the Arts Fellowship recipient for Works on Paper.


Thank you to the Commission for continuing this important work of supporting Virginia artists, and congratulations to the other 2022-2023 Fellows!



FEAST at Shockoe Artspace

Shockoe Artspace is hosting their first ever benefit auction event, consisting of both silent and live auctions. Both auctions begin during the show's opening from 1-5 PM on Saturday, December 10th, with the live auction starting at 2:30. The silent auction/exhibition will continue through March. 


I am pleased to offer works in both the silent and live auctions. Live auction works' bidding prices start at $45. 


Check out this show and buy some art to support a vibrant part of Richmond's art community!



"Nocturne" at Artlink

A big thank you to artist and juror John Hrehov for selecting "Large Night Garden" for inclusion in the group exhibition "Nocturne" at Artlink in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Running concurrently with his solo exhibition "In a Midnight World" also at Artlink, the shows will be up October 27th through November 20th.


You can read John Hrehov's lovely statement about the works he chose for "Nocturne" here.