Happy New Year! I’m thrilled to bring in 2020 with Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra at LIC Factory in NYC Jan 9 – Feb 7. I’m honored to collaborate with New York composer Alex Ring Gray for the opening reception [...]
I'm happy to announce the January 2020 solo exhibition of Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra at the LIC Factory in NYC. The 5000 sq ft gallery will feature the exhibition in its entirety--paintings, video and orchestra-size sculptural installation of altered [...]
Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra opens at the Rice Gallery at McDaniel College, Westminster, MD, with artist talk, violin performance and reception today at 5:30. This venue keeps it real with a beautiful, historic, sky-lighted second floor gallery featuring an [...]
Announcing Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra at the Doris Ulmann Galleries at Berea College in Berea, KY. I've long known about Berea College as the small liberal arts college with the progressive and inclusive model that no student pays for [...]
Commencing the traveling exhibition of Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra at Artspace Gallery in Richmond, VA. Opening reception and violin performance Friday, June 28, 6-9 pm. Artist talk and violin performance Sunday, July 21, 2 pm. Artspace is a former [...]
I’m happy to announce that Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra has been selected for four solo exhibitions on the East Coast in 2019/20. As artists know all too well, exhibitions at non-profit galleries and museums seldom compensate the artist for [...]
Honored to receive the Flagstaff Arts Council's 2019 Viola Award for Excellence in the Visual Arts. It feels good to be supported in the Arts by the local community, especially among such a talented cohort of finalists.
Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra making its Bay Area debut at Diablo Valley College through February 2019, with closing reception and performance on February 28th. Diablo Valley College, Pleasant Hill, CA Feb 4-28, M-Th 11-4 & F 11-3 Closing Reception [...]
Excited for Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra to travel to the Bay Area for exhibition at Diablo Valley College in February 2019.