Vermont Studio Center, Johnson VT
Awarded one month studio residency 2014
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Swing Space 2013
Awarded a five month residency to create a body of work on Governors Island 2013.
Reinterpreting the Decorative Arts
Reinterpreting the Decorative Arts is an exhibition focusing on contemporary artists inspired by decorative arts forms. Catalogue available.
Ridderhof Martin Gallery
University Mary Washington Galleries
1301 College Avenue
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Figment 2012 Season-Long Sculpture Garden
I am creating my second interactive sculpture this summer on Governor's Island for Figment 2012 Sculpture Garden. I am currently accepting donated chairs for the project.
More on Figment:
June 9- Sept 1 Installation dates
The free ferry from Brooklyn leaves from Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park, located at the foot of Atlantic Avenue (corner of Columbia Street).
Public Art Commission
Ten artist were commissioned to create new sculptures for the Randall's Island Sports Foundation. On June 26th I will install Point of View, 2011 a series of three sculptures.
AIM, Bronx Museum Sp2011
Featured Artist-Summer Member's Exhibition
Don Haynes, Jonathan Taylor, Romy Scheroder, Joseph Rizzi
June 11- July 10
Wednesday through Saturday 10 AM- 5 PM
Sunday 12 noon – 4 PM
AoNE 61st Annual Juried Exhibition
"Art of the Northeast" - the 61st Regional Exhibition/Competition
April 30 through June 11
One of the most anticipated regional juried shows of the year at the Silvermine Guild Arts Center. Open to all media and artists throughout New England, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Throughout its history, AoNE has been a showcase for many emerging artists who have gone on to receive national acclaim. This year's juror is Katie Rashid, Director of the Jack Shainman Gallery, New York City (www.jackshainman.com/home.html)
Opening Reception and Awards Presentation, Friday, April 30 from 6pm to 8pm
This exhibit juried by Michelle Barfoot for Gallery 125, Trenton, N.J. features artists who utilize found objects, recycled and non-traditional materials in artworks that raises awareness about environmental issues.
This past summer I was inspired to do a small series working with vintage foot stools and industrial textiles to create a series of small sculptures that honor the essential element of nature, whose intention is not decorative but functional. Long after humans have come and gone from the New England countryside, nature will endure, growing up and over our works.
Arts D' Eco will be on view Feb. 12-April 3 2010.
Gallery 125, Trenton, N.J.