More Updates on "Home"...

Isn't it pretty? I made up a new promo for the "Home" exhibition yesterday for my Instagram feed featuring the three pieces of mine in the show, and I've also got some more information regarding the opening tonight as well!

For anyone in the area, parking off South Warren Street (which is usually reserved for Berkeley College students) will be open to anyone coming to the opening, so be sure to park there instead of trying for on street parking. There's over twenty artists also featured tonight, with a diverse range of work, so please try and stop by if you can!!!


Updates on the "Home" Exhibition at Zufall Health

Looking forward to the next couple of weekends :)

Opening for "Home" at Zufall Health is on February 6, 2015 from 5:30-8pm. Check out the marketing artwork for the show, as shared by Morris Arts!

Bring on the snow - I've got good work on my side haha


"Home" Exhibition at Zufall Health

Great way to start off my 26th year on the planet.

Home is more than just a place; it is an idea that lives in the heart. Some discover home over and over again. Some never leave the one home they have always known. In this exhibit, we invite artists to explore the concept of home in all of its complexities through representative, abstract, and conceptual works of art, ranging from drawings, paintings, collage, and photographic and digital art.

 I'm so excited to announce that I will be having three prints exhibited at Zufall Health in Dover, NJ in the next upcoming months. The show, entitled "Home", is curated by Nicole Okumu of The Rare Bird, and will be up from December 15th to March 31st 2015 - with an opening sometime in January.

I'll have more information regarding the opening soon, but in the meantime, yay!!!



Twenty Six.

I've been walking around the last couple of days with Yellowcard's "Twenty-Three" rolling around in my brain, and I can't help but feel that everytime my birthday has come around in the last few years I've pulled Ocean Avenue down from my shelf and given it a listen.

This last year has been an interesting one. A lot has changed for me, relationship wise, family wise, and even work-related, and yet I couldn't help but feel like I've been a little bit stagnant. It's only been in the last month or so that I've really been getting back into my own thing again, and I'm glad to say I've missed it.

Which you know, is very cliche of me to say, but apparently I'm getting sappier in my old age.

So here's to the first year of the next quarter-century of my life starting. Let's see what it brings, eh?


Justin Pietropaolo presents "Thom Pain (based on nothing) by Will Eno

I'm so very proud of my dear friend Justin Pietropaolo, who on behalf of Cornerstone Theatre Arts will be presenting Thom Pain (based on nothing) by Will Eno.

I've known Justin for years, and I'm so excited to see what he's come up with! Performances will run on November 22nd and 29th at 7pm, and November 23rd and 30th at 2pm, with tickets $10 at the door. If you're in the area of Goshen, definitely take a look!!!