Member of the co-op gallery Ceres

 January 2023

Ceres Gallery is a feminist, not-for-profit, alternative gallery in New York City, dedicated to the promotion of contemporary women in the arts. 

Solo Exhibitions

#brokenwomenmendstronger, ARC Gallery, Chicago, IL – January 2019

Wake of the Dutchman, Alfred van Loen Gallery, Huntington, NY– February 2016
amulets spirits and everyday humans, National Association of Women Artists, NYC – Oct 2012

Life in Crab Meadow, Spoke, Huntington NY – November 2010
Crustaceans and Older Influences, HLW Gallery, NYC – June 1996

Select Juried and Pop-up Exhibitions

I am From, UpArts Incubator, Virtual Exhibit - August 2022

Welcome Back NY, Maggi Peyton Gallery -  October 2022

Anniversary Exhibit at Citti di Assisi with Arte Studio Ginestrelle – September 2021

Memorial. Monument. Movement. Exhibition, Artists Against Racism, New Jersey – March 2021

Up Arts Incubator, Alone/Together, Lansdale, PA – February 2021

2020 Political Discord, Las Laguna Gallery, Laguna, CA – October 2020

Hopkinton Center for the Arts, About What’s Going On, virtual exhibit, July 2020

Baruch College, CUNY, Small Work Exhibit, NY - February 2018
Huntington Arts Council, Huntington, NY - February 2018
ARTOUR-O IIMUST, Madeira, Portugal - November 2017
Wake of the Dutchman Solo, Northport Art Coalition, Northport, NY - October 2017
Wake of the Dutchman Pop Up Exhibit, Scherer & Sons, Crab Meadow, NY – August 2017
Providence Center for Photographic Arts, Juried Exhibit, Providence, RI – February 2017
Nave Gallery, Out of the Woods, Somerville, MA – November 2016
1st Worldwide Apartment and Studio Biennial, Eighty Miles a Day, Northport, NY – Oct.2016
International Contemporary Art Exhibit at Citta Di Assisi, Italy – November 2013 and 2015
Community of Artists, Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA – June 2014
Point Park University, Visions and Revelations, Pittsburgh, PA – March 2014
New England Biennial, Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA – September 2013
Long Island Museum; Let’s Go to the Beach – August 2013
National Association of Women Artists, Clothing Optional – July 2013
Spoke Gallery, Artists Choice, Huntington, NY – February 2013
Long Island Museum, Natural Wonder – June 2012
Las Femmes Artistes Vernissage at the Armory Center, FL – December 2011
Riverside Public Library, NAWA's Ev(e)olution, NYC – March 2011

Curated Exhibits

Our Inalienable Right, ARC Gallery, Chicago April 2023

Artists for Social Justice 2020, Kupferberg Gallery, Queens College CUNY, NYC – October 2020

Artists for Social Justice 2020, ARC Gallery, Chicago – October 2020
Social Distancing Festival, Toronto, Canada – March 2020

Select Group Exhibits

Black & White Thinking, Ceres Gallery - Jan 2023

Ancestral Intersections, New Hope Art Center, New Hope PA - Sept 2022

Something Left to Say, Wick Monet Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA-July 2022

National Association of Women Artists Annual Member Exhibits– 2010-2019

Landfill Art Project, Wilkes-Barre, PA – April 2013
Annual Member Exhibit, Mill Pond House, Smithtown, NY – December 2012
Familiar Weight of Water, a Mallon Family Exhibit, Spoke, Huntington NY – November 2011
Huntington/Oyster Bay Audubon Society/Cow Harbor Festival, Northport, NY – September 2010
Summer Festival, Vanderbilt Museum, Centerport, NY – July 2010


Calyx Journal, Cover Art, 2020, 2022

Fat Canary Journal July 2018
Mystic Blue Review January 2018

The Woven Tale Press, June 2017
The Island Review, 2017
Gambling the Aisle Literary Magazine, 2017
Temenos Journal, Central Michigan University, 2016 and 2017
Calyx Journal, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2020, 2021
The Tulane Review, Tulane University, 2015
The Journal, Ohio State University, 2015
Noctua Review Art and Literary Magazine, Southern CT State University, 2014-2017

Noctua Review Art and Literary Magazine - cover art 2015 and 2017

Glassworks Literary Magazine, Rowan University, Spring 2014
Tendril Literary Magazine, Winter 2013
The Colored Lens, Summer 2012

Art Advocacy Projects:

Fat Canary Journal - curator  of  fine art journal and virtual gallery, celebrating the work of contemporary and emerging artists on a monthly virtual platform and in an annual print publication. 2018-2022

Artists for Social Justice 2020 – curator of social justice collaborative for social justice themed project. Efforts includes online exhibits, website design, drafting promotional and managing all aspects for gallery exhibits across the United States. The traveling exhibit will journey virtually from New York to the heartland of America. It is featured virtually in the Social Distancing Festival and other venues throughout the year. 2018-2020

Gambling the Aisle - Art Editor for this bi-annual, Denver art and literary journal 2017

Open Road Creations - Pro bono design services for artists, art organizations and non-profit entities including web design, virtual exhibits, marketing material, promotional brochures, and advertising. 2010-2022


Forest Park School of Art, Woodhaven, NY – with Indian Space artist Robert Barrell 1975-1985
Queens College, City University of New York, Flushing New York BA - Fine Art, 1985


Art Residency at Arte Studio Ginestrelle, Assisi, Italy, 2013 and 2015

Instructor, Children’s Art Class, Forest Park School of Art, Woodhaven, NY from 1980 to 1985

Archeological Dig in Poitier, France 1983 and Archeological Dig in Forcalqueiret, France 1981