I'm thrilled to have my artworks, including a large scale wall piece, in the collection of Rochelle Gores Fredston and David Fredston. Their beautiful Beverly Hills home and art collection is nicely featured in Harper's Bazaar.
THE CENTER FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS
MetaMoi (P)ARTY 2
Curated by Eva Depoorter
October 22nd, 2016 - February 10th, 2017
Open to the public Monday - Friday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Artists included: Sonia Aniceto, Colleen Blackard, Miriam Carothers, Benjamin W. Coleman, Julia Dubovyk, Maho Kino Fei Li, L. Mylott Manning, Ellie Perendy, Erin Starr
Directions: Broadway & 116th, NYC - Take the Columbia University stop on the 1 train. There is a green astronomical dome on top of the building, once you enter you will see a bronze sculpture of Michael Idvorsky Pupin on your right. Walk straight ahead until you see the elevator, the Center for Theoretical Physics is on the 8th floor, take a left out of the elevator and another left at the hallway. For further details, please follow this link: http://outreach.astro.columbia.edu/directions
January – February 2016
I’ve been invited to be an Artist-in-Residence at the Arquetopia Foundation located in the Central Historic District of Puebla, Mexico. I will be collaborating with local printmakers from the Erasto Cortés Printmaking Museum for an exhibition and workshop.
My interest in learning more about the different aspects of Mexican culture was sparked when I created a collectable trading card project Dr D vs J Mama and happily discovered it's popular in Mexico. I will also be teaching an educational program around this project.
It's an honor to have my artwork contextualized in the Journal of the National Art Education Association with the work of Beverly Semmes. A very special thanks to the author Jane Graziano from Rowan University.