Current Exhibitions

Co-Curator and exhibitor, with Laurie Bogdan, for 2021 Art Ramble: Something in the Air, The Umbrella Arts Center, Hapgood Wright
       Town Forest, Concord, MA, 
September 1 - November 14, 2021

Confluencecollaborative piece with Laurie Bogdan, is installed at Spy Pond Park, Arlington, MA, September 1 - October 31,
       2021. The artists will be providing an activity for children about waterway health at
Spy Pond Fun Day, September 25.
       This project was funded in part by a grant from the Grants Committee of the Arlington Commission for Arts and Culture,
       a local agency funded by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.

Past Exhibitions

2021

Wild Hideaways: Designed for Adventure, with Laurie Bogdan, Tower Hill Botanic Garden, Boylston, MA 

Confluencecollaborative piece with Laurie Bogdan, was installed on the Assabet River Bridge in Maynard, MA. This project was

       funded in part by a grant from the Maynard Cultural Council, a local agency funded by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency. 

2021 Emerging Artist Exhibition, Kathryn Schultz Gallery, Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA

The Equinox - When Light and Dark are Equal Worldwide, New England Sculptors Association, Boston, MA 

The Art of Possibilities, Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute, Minneapolis, MN 

By Hand: Illuminating the Bond Between Artist and Material, an invitational exhibition at the Attleboro Arts Museum Attleboro, MA

2020, Mary Cosgrove Dolphin Gallery at Worcester State University, Worcester, MA

Bodies, Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA

FACING YOU: A Portraits Show, Belmont Gallery of Art, Belmont, MA

Habitat, 6 Bridges Gallery, Maynard, MA. My piece "Sanctuary" was granted the 6 Bridges Gallery Award.

Valdosta National 2021, Dedo Maranville Fine Arts Gallery, Valdosta State University, Valdosta, GA

Winter 2021 Art Show, Cambridge Center for Adult Education, Cambridge, MA

2020

Artful Nature: Pattern, Color, Texture, Belmont Gallery of Art, Belmont, MA

Mary Schein Fall Salon, Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA

RED! Webster Arts, Webster Groves, MO

Members in Print 2, Basketry +, National Basketry Organization

Threaded: Contemporary Fiber in New England, Mosesian Center for the Arts, Watertown, MA

2020 Art Ramble, collaboration with Laurie Bodgdan, The Umbrella Arts Center Hapgood Wright Town Forest, Concord, MA.

2019

Through the Surface, 6 Bridges Gallery, Maynard, MA

Migration, The Umbrella Community Arts Center, Concord, MA

Spring Awakening, Belmont Gallery of Art, Belmont, MA

Arlington Open Studios, Arlington, MA

No Place Like Home, Mosesian Center for the Arts, Watertown, MA

2018

Small Works Show, Belmont Gallery of Art, Belmont, MA

Monster Misunderstood, Belmont Gallery of Art, Belmont, MA

Arlington Open Studios, Arlington, MA

2017

Illumination, Gallery Blink, Lexington, MA

Arlington Open Studios, Arlington, MA

The Fabrication of Imagination, Arts League of Lowell, Lowell, MA

Collaborative Work

2020

Mask Prayer Flags Project: public art installation conceived by Johnny Lapham and co-organized by me and Johnny.  This project includes a large mask-like banner with painted expressions of gratitude to essential workers, and a string of prayer-flag inspired mask -flags. The flags were made by community volunteers. The intention is to show thanks and to encourage mask wearing This work is installed at Arlington Global Service Station, Arlington, MA.

2019-2020

Persistence: A Community Response to Pervasive Plastic: public art installation (work in progress), conceived and overseen by Michelle Lougee in Arlington, MA. This work involves community members creating plarn and crocheting elements that will be combined by Michelle into several sculptures to be displayed on the Minuteman Bikeway, Arlington, MA. I am on the advisory committee as well as a contributor for this work.

2019   

Out for a Walk: a work by five members of the Surface Design Association of MA/RI for the exhibit “Please Touch the Art” at the Mosesian Center for the Arts. Each artist created their own pieces which were united in theme, color, and dimensions with the other works. This show was intended to accessible to the visually impaired.

2017   

RIPPLE: public art installation conceived and organized by Adria Arch. In this project 57 community members crocheted or knitted elements that were combined and installed on trees on Minuteman Bikeway, Arlington, MA.