Color 2023 Exhibit
Two of my works, "Dream Catcher" (shown) and "Wings At My Window" were accepted in this gallery-juried event at the 3 Square Art Gallery in Fort Collins, Colorado.
The exhibit runs from June 9 to July 14. The reception is June 9, 6-8pm. The address is 2415 Donella Court, Fort Collins, CO.
100 Square Inches of Art
Two of my "Secret Passge" works were accepted in this gallery-juried event at 3 Square Art Gallery in Fort Collins, Colorado. There are 37 artists exhibiting.
The juror is Jane Edwards, Executive Director of the Jentel Foundation.
The exhibit runs from November 4 to December 9. The reception is November 4, 6-8pm. The address is 2415 Donella Court, Fort Collins, CO.
Non-Objective Abstract Art
Three works of mine were in the exhibit. "The Light Fantastic" (seen to the right) was given Honorable mention by Juror Lisa Hatchadorian.
Thirty seven artists. At 3 Square Art Gallery, Fort Collins.
Show ran from September 16 to October 23, 2022.
My work "Nova", a paper collage on canvas 40" x 40" was accepted in this gallery-juried event at 3S Square Art Gallery in Fort Collins, Colorado.
From the 250 submissions from 24 countries, 33 pieces were accepted
The exhibit ran from June 4 to July 16, 2021.
Spot On National Exhibit
Michael Paglia, juror. Accepted work was "World on Fire". There were 42 pieces from 40 artists accepted
D'Art Gallery, Denver. August 14-Sept 15, 2020.
Non-Objective Abstract Art
At 3 Square Art Gallery, Fort Collins. Eighteen artists. David Reif, juror, awarded my work "Polarity" an honorable mention (a detail of this work is seen to the right on the show invitation).
Show ran from September 16 to October 23, 2020.
National Collage Annual Juried Exhibit
"Pavo" was accepted into the 35th Annual Juried National Exhibit. Three jurors chose 54 pieces out of the 373 that were submitted.
The exhibit was at the Cummings Gallery at Mercyhurst University in Erie PA and ran from November 4 to December 7, 2019. The reception was held November 7.
An E-Catalog for this 2019 show is still available for viewing at www.NationalCollage.com
Was It Worth It?
My piece, "Life at the Speed of Light" was juried into the Redline "Was It Worth It?" show in Denver. There were 56 artists selected for this show, which ran from August 10th, through September 14th. the juror was Ivar Zeile.
The August 10th reception was held at Redline, 2350 Arapahoe Street, Denver, Colorado
Blue/Green: Art and Environment
My work appeared in this juried exhibit that ran frum June 14th to June 30th, 2019 at the Spark Gallery in Denver. Nearly 250 pieces were submitted with 32 accepted. The juror was Cecily Cullen.
Reality is Highly Overrated
My work was juried into the exhibit "Reality is Highly Overrated" at the Betsy Lueke Creative Art Center in Burbank, California. The juror was Peter Frank.
The dates of the show were May 3rd to May 23rd, 2019.
Annual Supporting Members Show. April 11-May 5, 2019. The opening reception was April 12, 6-9PM.
Click here to see a larger version of the poster you see on the right.
I teamed up with fellow collagist Janice McDonald for a 2-person show at ReCreative Denver from December 7th to December 28th, 2018
Collage: The Art
The 2-person exhibit included work of Lilianne Milgrom from Washington, D.C.
The show was held October 5 to November 16, 2018 at the Western Wyoming College Art Gallery in Rocksprings, Wyoming.
My paper on canvas work “Vortex” was accepted in The National Juried Open Show at Pirate Contemporary, Lakewood, Colorado.
From 200 submissions, juror Michael Paglia selected 30 pieces.
Exhibit dates were July 13-29, 2018.
Spark Gallery Supporting Members’ Exhibition - 2018
The Exhibition was held from May 31st to June 24th, 2018.
Urban Collage and the Collage City
Two works are accepted to the Feral Factory's "Urban Collage and the Collage City" exhibition.
The work "Le Bataclan-Paris" and "Urban Landscape" will be exhibited in the River North Arts District (RiNo) in Denver.
Jurors included Tracy Weil, Louis Mortarano, and Marta Weidmann.
Exhibit dates are April 1 to June 26, 2017.
My work is accepted in the Foundry Art Centre's Arbitrary Color Exhibition in St. Charles, Missouri.
Albert Youshien Kuo, the juror, selected from 288 works submitted. Fifty-one pieces, by 37 artists in 22 states and Washington DC were chosen.
The opening reception is January 19th, 2017. The show closes March 3rd.
My work was accepted into the Parallel Cultures Exhibition at the University of Texas at Tyler. The Juror is James R. Pace.
The exhibition will be from August 15th to October 6th, 2016. A reception will be held on September 8th.
I was awarded 3rd Place for my work “Trace” in the Rocky Mountain Collage Society Biennial Exhibit at the Western Colorado Center for the Arts.
Liz Ferrill, the Painting Director at Anderson Ranch Arts Center selected the award winners.
The exhibit runs from May 18th to June 25th.
Cut It Out
I was fortunate enough to be one of the 49 pieces out of 728 entries for the “Cut It Out” exhibition at the Gallery One Visual Arts Center in Ellensburg, Washington. My collage, “Pieces of Me” was accepted.
The show was juried by Deborah Faye Lawrence and ran from March 4-26, 2016.
View the online catalogue at http://www.gallery-one.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/cut-it-out-catalog.pdf. My work is on pp.32-33.
Art of the State
My collage, “Fractured” was accepted into the “Art of the State 2016” exhibit at the Arvada Art Center, Arvada, Colorado.
The jurors, Michael Chavez, Gwen Chanzit, and Collin Parson, reviewed 511 artist applications with 1,434 works submitted. They selected 148 artworks by 123 artists.
The exhibit runs from January 21st to March 27th, 2016. The opening reception is 6-9pm, January 21st.
There is a review of the exhibit in Westword.
In August, 2022, I was part of the Grants Review Panel for Colorado Creative Industries grants (held online).
In August, 2014, I was part of the Grants Review Panel for Colorado Creative Industries grants held in Loveland, Colorado.
I was part of the Jury Panel for the 2014 Colorado Governor's Art Exhibit and Sale, Loveland Museum, Loveland, Colorado.
In May I travelled to Lexington, Kentucky at the end of May to be a panelist for the “2014 Al Smith Fellowship in Visual Arts” for the Kentucky Arts Council.
In March, 2012 I was one of five panelists who reviewed applications for the Crested Butte Arts Festival, the Telluride Festival of the Arts, and the Vail Arts Festival. We met in Denver and took a day and a half to review all the applicants.
In June, 2012, the Cody Art League invited me to judge their annual art show in Cody, Wyoming. The show included all media and professional and amateur categories. The awards I selected were given at a reception where the youngest award winner was six years old and the oldest was ninety-four.
In January, 2012, the Art Center in Scottsbluff, Nebraska held its Annual Art Exhibit for which I was the juror. 39 pieces were selected from over 70 submissions. The exhibit showed a wide variety of mediums and interpretations by artists in the Scottsbluff area and beyond.