I would like to give special thanks to writer,Jackie Demaline and The River City News for taking notice of my exhibition at NKU. It’s an honor to be in your publication. To see the interview follow this link
Join me Saturday January 18th from 6 – 8 pm, for the opening reception of Inspiration at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center. This exhibition will feature artist who created works of art inspired by the people and places that inspire them. The work that I submitted for the show was inspired by two paintings by German Swiss painter, Paul Klee and a painting by Cincinnati based painter Brain Joiner. Gallery talk for this show will be on Saturday February 5th, from 1 – 3 and the exhibition will continue through March 1st.
I would like to give special thanks to writer Karen Chambers, and The Cincinnati Enquirer for including me in their “10 who are Advancing in the Arts” article. It’s an honor to make the cut. To read the article and check out other well deserving indivdiuals who are sure to make some waves in the new year follow this link .
December 4th of 2010, I was apart of the Holiday Extravaganza event at the Cincinnati Art Museum called Magical Music. I engaged Museumgoers about my work and its relation to music. For one day I can say that I was in the Cincinnati Wing of the Cincinnati Art Museum.
I am very proud to announce my new exhibition “Ascending Horizons” at the Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery. The paintings and drawings in the exhibition will represent a vivid visual testimony to my experience living in Over-the-Rhine, with images that depict patterns of its unique urban cityscape. Opening Reception will be on Friday September 17th from 6 – 9pm. The exhibition will run through December 5th, 2010 and the artist talk at the Weston Art Gallery will be on Thursday October 21st 2010 at 7pm. You can RSVP to the reception on Facebook. I hope to see all of you at the show!