One Person Exhibitions

2017   "Sunstalks and Barnacles", June Kelly Gallery, NYC

2014   "Smoke Trees and Jellyfish", June Kelly Gallery, NYC

2011   "Steel Nets", June Kelly Gallery, 166 Mercer Street, NYC

2010   "Sculpture" Humanities Gallery, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY

2008   "Inner and Outer Spaces", June Kelly Gallery, NYC

2005   "Steel Kites", June Kelly Gallery, 591 Broadway, NYC

2004   "Wishing Poles & Other Incarnations", Gallery 555 City Center, Oakland Museum, CA

2003   "Shingle Pieces, Wishing Poles and Hanging Arcs", Butters Gallery, Portland, Oregon

2002   "Arcs, Orbs and Other Flying Objects", June Kelly Gallery, NYC

2001   "Constructions", Butters Gallery, Portland, Oregon

2000   "Constructions", June Kelly Gallery, 591 Broadway, New York Catalog

1997   "Constructions", June Kelly Gallery, 591 Broadway, NYC

1994   "New Work", Grace Borgenicht Gallery, 724 Fifth Avenue, NYC

1991   "Constructions", Grace Borgenicht Gallery, NYC

1989   "Constructions", Grace Borgenicht Gallery, NYC

1985   "Constructions", Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, 132 Greene Street, NYC

Selected Group Exhibitions 

2018   "Celebrating 30 Years", Group Show of Gallery Artists, June Kelly Gallery, NYC

2016   "The New Memesis", SciArt Center, Easton, PA

2016   "Sally’s Party" , Cherrystone Gallery, Wellfleet, MA

2015   "Design is Everything", Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

2014   "Line", Butters Gallery, Portland, OR

2013   "Unsteady Ground", City Without Walls, Newark, NJ

2013   "Sculpture Garden", Butters Gallery, Portland, OR

2008   "To Infinity and Beyond, Mathematics in Contemporary Art", Heckscher Museum, Huntington, NY

2006   "The Shape of Things", Butters Gallery, Portland, OR

2005   "Vernissage", Sculpturesite Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2003   "Uncommon Threads", Delaware Valley Arts Center, Narrowsburg, NY

2001   "Collections Installed", Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey

2001   Collage, Butters Gallery, Portland, Oregon

1998   Small Works, PSD-X Gallery, 2 W. 13th Street, New York

1998   Faculty Group Show, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

1996   Akim Masks, Invitational, Sotheby's, 1334 York Ave, New York Catalog

1995   "Selections", Group Show, Adam Baumgold Gallery, 128 E. 72 St. New York
           Faculty Group Show, Pratt Institute, Manhattan Gallery & The Schafler Gallery, Collaborative Work
           for Grace Borgenicht, Borgenicht Gallery, New York Group Show at Office Environments,
           Organized by Joyce Creiger Gallery, Boston, MA Catalog

1993   Hand Workshop, Virginia Center for the Craft Arts, Richmond, Virginia1993
           Rockville Arts Place, Rockville, Maryland

1992   Benefit for the Organization of Independent Artists, Rosa Esman Gallery, New York, New York

1992   "Process as Issue", College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, N.Y.

1989   "Climate '89", Grace Borgenicht Gallery, 724 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York Catalog

1989   "Plane Into Form", World Trade Center, New York, New York

1987   "Invitational", Grace Borgenicht Gallery,
           724 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York Catalog

1983   "Put Together Again", 4 Sculptors, 22 Wooster Gallery, 22 Wooster Street, New York

1982   "Polychrome Sculpture Views by Women Artists
           Lever House, 390 Park Avenue, New York, New York Catalog

Selected Biography

Stephanie Strasnick, Review, Art News, June 2014
Benjamin Genocchio, Review Artnet News, March 2014
Doug McClemont, Review, Art News, 2011
Who's Who in America, 2007
Carl Little, Review, Art in America, January 2006
Jonathan Goodman, Review, Sculpture Magazine, March 2004
Robert Morgan, Review In Art News, 12/02
Karen Ellertson, Article, The Oregonian, Arts Section 6/21/2001
Gerrit Henry, Essay in Catalog, 3/2000
J. Bowyer Bell, Review, 9/15/97, page 38
Rachel Youens, Profile of Artist, Cover, 9/97, page12
Emily Nunn, Review of Exhibition, The New Yorker. 7/11/94, page 18
Jeff Wright, Review of Exhibition, Cover. 9/91, page 15
Theodore F. Wolff, Essay in Catalog for Exhibition at Grace Borgenicht Gallery, 1991
Jeff Wright, Review of Exhibition, Cover. 5/89, page 17
Jacqueline Moss, Article, Arts Magazine. 9/85 page 3
Theodore F. Wolff, The Many Masks of Modern Art Series
The Christian Science Monitor. 10/27/83 page 30
Diana Morris, Review of Exhibition, Women Artists News, Summer 1983 pages 8 and 9
Theodore F. Wolff, Series on Art, The Christian Science Monitor. 2/10/82 page 18

Selected Public Collections

Goldman Sachs, New York Merck, New Jersey
Prudential Life Insurance Corporation, New  York
Cortec Corporation, New York
Sidney Lewis, Richmond, Virginia
William Kaufman Organization, New York
Credit Lyonnais, New York
Warburg Pincus, New York
Mound, Cotton, Wollan, New  York Windmueller Fine Arts, Scarsdale, New York Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, New York AXA Corporation, New York
Pfizer, New York
Sabre Corporation, Dallas/Fort  Worth,  Texas

Special Projects

Antigua Project 2015, 2016, 2017
A group of  designers traveled to Antigua, Guatemala to collaborate with weavers, woodcarvers, carpenters, a shoemaker, a ceramicist, a leatherworker and a silversmith to create a collection of products. The collection is representative of the indigenous ancient traditions and the contemporary sensibilities of the New York designers in combination. As designers in a highly mechanized world, it is of great value to connect with artisans who have hand skills that are full of meaning and history.

The Malinalco Project 2013
Twelve designers from the graduate program at Pratt Institute  traveled to Malinalco, a town nestled in the mountains in Central Mexico, southwest of Mexico City. Malinalco has a rich Aztec history as well as a tradition of woodcarving. We stayed in a hotel near the offices of a not for profit organization called the Corner Project of Malinalco (Projecto El Rincón de Malinalco) which is our host organization. We worked with local woodcarvers, carpenters, and weavers to make a product line that represents both the local traditions and skills and combines the design expertise of the designers from New York. The project, organized by Pratt professor Rebecca Welz and Ellen Calmus of The Corner Project,  aims to contribute to the vitality of the area by creating revenue
through our products.

The Guyana Project 2010
The Guyana Project is an initiative combining cultural, material and process research with design competencies and onsite manufacturing in a factory focused on sustainable and ecological manufacture in Guyana, South America. Eleven designers from the graduate program at Pratt Institute worked in close collaboration with artisans at the Liana Cane Factory and with the indigenous Wai Wai community to produce a new collection of products and furniture made from renewable and local non timber forest products. The project, organized by Pratt professor Rebecca Welz and Patty Johnson of North South Project is aimed at developing a partnership with the artisan workers, creating an exchange rather than a traditional model of manufacturing used by industrialized nations.