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Exhibitions

Currently In Transit

As I’ve shut down my studio and am on the road until I find a place to land, any events will most likely be impromptu / unscheduled shows for the forseeable future.

      2019
  • April · “Spiral Fracture” at Zap Gallery
  • April · asterisk (performance) at Zap Gallery
  • ‡ January-April · First Friday at The Warehouse
  • ‡ January · “Two Year Anniversary” at The Side Door
    1. 2018
  • ‡ Monthly · First Friday at The Warehouse
  • October · “You Against You Again” at The Side Door
  • April · “Part Two: Sketchbooks” at the Staircase Gallery
  • ‡ February · asterisk (performance) at The Warehouse
  • February · “Time Is A Maze” at iDoc Gallery
    1. 2017
  • ‡ Monthly · First Friday at The Warehouse
  • August · “Valence I-IV” at The Side Door
  • July-September · “Mass Static” at The Eisenhower Bagelhouse
  • June-July · “Echoes” at Gallery 642
  • ‡ February · asterisk (performance) at The Side Door
    1. 2016
  • ‡ December · “Showcase” at The Warehouse
  • November · “Standing Still In A Storm” at iDoc Gallery
  • August · “Knives In The Gun Fight” at The Side Door
  • ‡ August · “Art At The Circus” at AFRU
  • July · “Learning How To Lie” at Tiny’s SE
  • ‡ February · “Flesh” at Verum Ultimum
    1. 2015
  • October · “Nothing Here Can Kill You” at Tiny’s SE
    1. 2014
  • ‡ December · “Inside Out” at Verum Ultimum
  • June · “Loss Prevention” at Tiny’s SE
    1. 2013
  • September · “Love Songs for the Tone Deaf” at Academy Theater
  • ‡ May · “Looking Forward, Giving Back” at SF Camerawork
    1. 2012
  • ‡ October · “Encountering” at 31 Rausch
  • ‡ July · “Occupy: Bay Area” at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
  • ‡ May · “Looking Forward, Giving Back” at SF Camerawork

‡ – Denotes group show
January 2012 – September 2013 events in San Francisco
October 2013 – April 2019 events in Portland

Live! Tonight!

I’ve never much believed in the traditions of the Art World and High Society Galleries; instead my focus has been to find places already established within a community where art could somehow improve things or be showcased in one form or another.

Additionally my contributions to The Sketchbook Project are on view in the Brooklyn Art Library.