SigNature --Statement:
Our signatures are self portraits.  Grafitti and tags are stylized signatures.  This personal calligraphy is to me a sign of consciousness.  It’s the ego fit to the limit of the body–the character of our handwriting.  I say “Sig-Nature”, because in this body of work, I’ve put a human “touch” to the landscape–nature transformation that I’ve been involved with for more than 10 years–”nature” to “human nature”.  I’ve taken from people’s signatures, the first and last initials.  These have been my “apples” and “Mont san Victoire”–motifs to work from.

Solo Exhibitions – Selected
2014 Brian Morris Gallery, New York City
2013 Tregoning & Company, Cleveland, Ohio
2012 SideShow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2011 Conde Nast Building lobby, New York City
2010 Andre Zarre Gallery, New York City
2009 Rupert Ravens Contemporary, Newark, NJ
2008 Pocket Utopia relational exhibition, salon, and social space, Brooklyn, NY
2007 Mansfield Art Center/Ohio State University, Mansfield, OH
2002 Adirondack lakes Center for the Arts, Blue Mountain Lake, NY
1997 Philadelphia University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
1993 Andre Zarre Gallery, New York City
1983 Brooklyn Museum Art School, Brooklyn, NY
1982 P.S. 1 (MOMA), Queens, NY
1978 Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Paintings, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
1977 Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, OH
1971 Paley and Lowe Inc, New York City

Group Exhibitions – Selected
2008 Abrons Art Center, Henry Street Settlement, In Context: ...Abstraction Continues: Curated by Kathleen Spicer, New York City
2007 Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Snap to Grid, Los Angeles, CA
2001 Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Tools as Art, Virginia Beach, VA
1995 The Alternative Museum, Made to Order: America’s Most Wanted Painting, New York City
1990 Nation Building Museum, “Tools as Art”: Selections from the Hechinger Art Collection, Washington, D.C.
1988 Cleveland Institute of Art, “Geometric Abstraction: Cleveland Tradition”, Cleveland, OH
1982 Aldrich Museum, “A Look Back, A Look Forward”, Ridgefield, CT
1978 Bronx Museum of the Arts, Personal Visions, Places/Spaces, Bronx, NY
1976 Akron Art Institute, “Contemporary Images in Watercolor,” Akron, OH
1975 Aldrich Museum, “Contemporary Reflections”, Ridgefield, CT, show travels to: Indianapolis, IN and Rochester, NY
1971 Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo, NY

Visiting Artist and Lecturer – Selected
2012 Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT. Slide lecture of own work and critique with design and printmaking students.
2008 Philadelphia University of the Arts. Slide lecture of own work and individual critiques with MFA painting students.
2003 Cleveland Institute of Art. Three day visit with drawing students, slide lecture of own work and MFA study in NYC region
1987 Brooklyn Botanic Gardens. “Green”, Color theory and the history of green in paintings.
1986 Brooklyn Museum: Day-long workshop in conjunction with Exhibition: “Contemplating the American Watercolor”.
1984 Maryland Art Institute. Slide lecture and individual critiques with undergraduate painting students.
1980 Philadelphia College of Art. Delivered slide talk, as participant in Visiting Lecturer Series, on current art trends in commercial galleries and “alternative spaces”– also delivered at: Montclair State College, NJ, Ohio Arts Council, Columbus, Ohio, Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland State University, Cuyahoga Community College, Parma, Ohio.

Collections – Selected
Museum of Modern Art (Gift of Babe Paley), New York City
United States Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
United States Department of State, Washington, D.C.
National Building Museum, Washington, D.C.
Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT
Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH

Awards, and Residencies – Selected
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grants, 1999–2000, 2006–2007, 2013–2014
Vermont Studio Center, Residency in Painting, January, 2003
Residency at Catskill Center’s Platte Clove House to paint the area landscape, Summer, 1998