I am interested in the multivalent ambiguities of abstraction.
My abstractions are not mathematical but more from nature.
Drawing fosters a direct approach. Charcoal is equally malleable and stubborn, delicate and inelegant, definite and imprecise. Marks and smudges are asked to give integrity to the observation of small things.
MFA Massachusetts College of Art, Painting, 2000
BFA University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Painting, 1996
Assistant Professor of Art, Emmanuel College, 2012 - present
Special Instructor of Art, Emmanuel College, 2003 - 2012
Adjunct Faculty, Emmanuel College, 2000 - 2003
Adjunct Faculty, Massachusetts College of Art, 2000 - 2002
Instructor, Massachusetts College of Art, Spring 2000
2018 Entangle, Kingston Gallery, Boston MA (upcoming)
2018 HallSpace, Boston, MA (upcoming, one-person exhibition)
2017 Drawings, Kingston Gallery, Boston MA
2016 Drawing Project, Hallspace, Boston MA
2014 Drawing Project, HallSpace, Boston MA
2011 Works on Paper, Abercrombie Gallery, McNeese University, LA, Juror: Dan Cameron
2011 Annual Exhibition, Masur Museum, Monroe LA, Juror: Alison de Lima Greene
2008 Faculty Exhibition, Lillian Immig Gallery, Boston MA
2004 New Paintings, Lillian Immig Gallery, Boston MA (one-person exhibition)
2003 Faculty Exhibition, Lillian Immig Gallery, Boston MA
2002 Editions Project, Brooklyn Front, New York NY
Kingston Gallery, Associate Member
2017 Brother Thomas Fellowship nomination
2000 Joan Mitchell MFA Grant nomination