top of page

Selected Group Exhibitions


Art Fair 14C, curated by Robinson Hollaway, Jersey City, NJ

Remains, Flatefile Gallery, an online show of drawing, New York, NY

Fragile Rainbow: Traversing Habitats, Curated by Sue Spaid, Williamsburg Art and Historical Society, Brooklyn, NY

Evolution/Revolution, curated by NY Society of Women Artists, New York, NY


Women On The Edge, online show, Taller Boricua, New York, NY

Causality, Curated by Kim Power, Atlantic Gallery, New York, NY

Save The Earth, Juried by Sherman, Art at First, Virtual Exhibition, NYC

Eco-Consciousness, Juried by Eleanor Heartney, Ecoartspace, Virtual Fall Exhibition

Il Paradiso: Imagining the Eternal, Curated by Peter Gynd, Margaret Krug, Peter Trippi, Jimmy Wright, Equity Gallery, NYC

Flatfile 8x8, Flatfile Gallery,  curated by Schweitzer Gallery, Virtual Exhibition, NYC

Female Gender Equality, curated by NYSWA, Iona College, New Rochelle, NY

Utopia, curated by Yiddish New York, Stanton Street Shul, LES, NY



Environ, curated by Kat Ryals, Paradice Palase, Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY

Between The Lines, curated by NY Society of Women Artists, Blue Mountain Gallery, NY, NY

Sense of Ice, curated by Priska Juschka and Robert Curcio, Lichtundfire, NYC



Sculpture Surround, curated by Tamara Saba, Cherry Branch Gallery, Cherry Valley NY

Drawn From Nature, curated by Cheryl Hochberg, John James Audubon Center, Audubon, PA


Garden of Earthly Delights, curated by Maddy Rosenberg, Central Booking, New York, NY

Truth, Curated by BRIC-Brooklyn Arts Media, Brooklyn, NY

Art As Sanctuary, Saint Peter’s Church, NY Society of Women Artists, New York, NY

Primacy of Color III, NY Society of Women Artists, Carriage Barn Gallery, New Canaan, CT



New Vistas –Landscape for the 21st Century, Bryan Gallery, Jeffersonville, VT

The Primacy of Color I, NY Society of Women Artists, George Billis Gallery, NYC


Speaking Volumes and Voids, Curated by Ann Stanner, The Sculptors Alliance, Governor’s Island, NYC.



Creative Climate Exhibition, Curated by Tara DePorte, The Human Impacts Association, Taipei Cultural Office, NYC



“Leerer” 3D Installation (‘Emptiness”) Curated by Marion Tutter, Mindener Museum, Minden Germany; Installation



“Joie de Vivre” Hullaballoo Collective Paul Selfert Project Space, NYC,

“It’s a Small, Small World",curated by Massimiliano Gionni

Family Business  Gallery, Chelsea NYC,



Art and Activism, Exit Art, New York


Tribeca Artists at Ptarmigan, Ptarmigan Arts, Homer Alaska


Rittenhouse Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA


American Watercolor Society, Salmagundi Club, NYC; Group Show


The List Gallery, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA


Woodstock Gallery of Art, Woodstock, VT; Group Show


The Pastel Society, Gramercy Arts Club, NYC: Group Show


“Les Americains Maintenant”, Francoise Carel Gallery, Paris, France

Solo Exhibitions


Earthscapes: Emerging to a Brighter World, Reeves-Reed Arboretum, Summit, NJ


“New England Landscapes” The Witt Gallery, Pawlett VT


“Break-dancers” Gallery Shirley, Geneva, Switzerland

Residencies/Awards and Honors


Finalist for the Basil Alkazzi Painting Grant

E-Merge Collaborative Residency at Earth Dance for Living, MA


Vermont Studio Center, studied painting with Neil Welliver Yvonne Jacquette and Nancy Mitchnick, Johnson, VT1989           

Pastel Society of America Award for Excellence, Gramercy Arts Club, NY

Education and Study


Mary White, studied Watercolor

Barbara Nechis, studied Watercolor


Studio School, drawing NYC


FIT Surface Design NYC


Swarthmore College, BA, Psychology and Painting, studied with Harriet Shorr


La Guardia High School for Music and Art, NYC

Affiliations and Registries

New York Artists Circle


New York Society of Women Artists

Brooklyn Arts Council Registry,

BRIC- Registry for Brooklyn Artists

Publications, Journals and Blogs

Vasari 21, 2019, 2020

Watch Me Paint Blog 2018

Alexandria Quarterly Fall 2015

Coastal Living, May 2015

Tagasblat, Germany, November 2013

Tribeca Trib April 2011

Vermont News, July 2001

Tribune de Geneve, March 1987 “ Elle Saisit au Vol les ‘Break Dancers’ New Yorkais.”

bottom of page