|Rhode Island School Of Design, BFA|
|University of New Hampshire, MAT|
|2012||Exeter Fine Arts, "Artist of the Month Solo Show", Exeter, NH|
|2013||Banks Gallery, New London, NH|
|2015||New Hampshire Insitute of Art, "Practice What you Teach",|
|New London Inn, "Artists of the Banks Gallery", New London, NH|
|2014||Banks Gallery, New London, NH|
|2013||Greenhouse Gallery, "Salon International 2013", San Antonio, TX|
|Lancaster County Art Association, Strasburg, PA|
|Banks Gallery, New London, NH|
|2012||Wynne Fine Art, Chatham, MA|
|2010 - 2011||Wynne Fine Art, Chatham, MA|
|P. Colantuono & Co. Fine Art & Jewelry Gallery, Portsmouth, NH|
|Greenhouse Gallery, "Salon International 2011", San Antonio, TX|
|Cambridge Art Association, "Northease Prize Show", Cambridge, MA|
|"Newport Arts Festival", Newport, RI|
|"Windham Fine Arts and Holiday Festival", Windham, NH|
|New Hampshire Institute of Art, "New England Biennial", Manchester, NH|
|2012||2nd Prize, "Lancaster County Art Association", Strasburg, PA|
|2011||Best in Show, "Bar Harbor Arts Festival", Windham, NH|
|2010||Summer Edition, Front Cover, New Hampshire Bar Association|
“The Balancing Act” series is the story of how a child changes everything. Life becomes chaotic, surreal, frustrating and at the same time beautiful and magical and hysterically funny.
With great negotiation, bribery and other assorted tactics I “borrow” my son’s toys and combine them with objects around the house. Negotiations break down and progress halts as the toy in the painting becomes the most desirable in the house.
Still life reconstruction is needed. Perspective is thrown off. More bribery and negotiation is needed.
The story of each painting unfold with the day to day must do’s and want to do’s.
Each piece tells it’s own little tale with highly symbolic juxtapositions of objects and scale. They are all 12”X12” oil on panel representative of the limited and therefore preciousness of space and time and energy in a typical/atypical day.