Hill_Stead Museum

Hill-Stead Museum
Modern Day Monet

Location: Hill-Stead Museum. 35 Mountain Road, Farmington, CT 06032.
Dates: April 27, 2024 – May 26, 2024
FARMINGTON, Conn. - Hill-Stead Museum is proud to announce the opening of its first
Annual Juried Members Exhibition, Modern Day Monet, an exciting opportunity for
contemporary artists to engage with the natural splendor and artistic heritage of the
museum. Set against the backdrop of Hill-Stead's 152 acres of picturesque landscapes
and gardens, this juried show invited artists from all backgrounds to submit their work
inspired by nature and light.



Three Drawings in 

THE BIG SMALL SHOW 2023
AT DRAWING ROOMS

12/07/23 - 01/20/24 (Holiday break 12/18/2023-1/04/24)

OPENING RECEPTION WEEKEND,

FRIDAY 12/8/23, 6-9P

SATURDAY 12/9/23, AND SUNDAY 12/10/23, 2-6P

Gallery Hours begin Thursday, Dec. 7:

Thurs/Fri, 4-7p; Sat/Sun, 2-6p

​Drawing Rooms

926 Newark Ave. #T101

Jersey City, NJ, 07306

Free Parking Lot. Entrance to DR is on Newark Ave.

For more info: https://www.drawingrooms.org/events.html

Object Matter at Caldwell Gallery in Hudson has been held over until December 17.

Continue to enjoy this exhibition of works by James Walsh, Ann Walsh, Francine Tint, Kate Stewart, Elizabeth Snelling, Sandi Slone, Sarah Sands, Susan Roth, Mark Raush, Rebecca Purdum, Laurel Olitski, Mark Milroy,
Jodie Manasevit, Joel Longenecker, Ronnie Landfield, Noah Landfield,
Jeffrey Kurland, Barry Katz, Darryl Hughto, Martin Hoogasian,
Camilla Fallon, Paula De Luccia, Mary Breneman, Berrisford Boothe, Scott Bennett, Len Bellinger, Charity Baker, Bob Alexander, and Stephen Achimore. Curated by Scott Bennett to benefit the Sam and Adele Golden
Residency for Artists

355 Warren Street | Hudson, NY 12534 US

Solo Show at La Guardia Community College

Winter Landscapes Show at Miss Porters in Farmington Ct, call 860 418 -9557 for appt,
open Sat and Sun

I began painting landscapes last year after moving to Sharon Ct,. from New York City.I’ve a lways been a studio painter and have rarely worked with landscape except for

occasional trips to the ocean or mountains. What struck me most last year was the exceptionally strong shadows on the snow, the graphic quality seemed related in part to paintings I did in 2015 of construction sites and scaffold which had a strong geometric component.

All of my paintings deal with light. I might call that my primary subject, but I think painters have many subjects, I do love the landscape outside of the window here. That alone was a powerful motivation to paint it. 

Group Show at the Coral Door
15 Eighth Avenue, West Village

curated by Jessica Nissen and Lowell Boyers

My piece in the September Issue of Passengers Journal 



https://www.passengersjournal.com/volume-3-issue-3-visual-art


Read my piece on p77 in the July Issue of New Observations magazine. guest edited by Brenda Zlamany.