FULL LISTINGS
 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

“New Paintings,” AMAG Gallery, College of St Thomas Aquinas, New York (2013)
“New York Realism,” West Park Art Gallery, 165 W 86th Street, New York (2013)
“Headscapes”, Fieldston School Commons, New York (2012)
"State of Shock," ArtsBuilding, 548 W 28th Street, New York, NY (2010)
"S.O.S.", Eye Level Art, Charleston SC (2010)
"So Much To Say," Lake Eustis Museum of Art, Florida (2010)
"The Age of Endarkenment," McMaster University Gallery, USC Columbia (2009)
"Great Big Paintings," Gaillard Auditorium, Charleston (2009)
"Regeneration: Holocaust Paintings," Breman Museum, Atlanta, GA (2008)
“Muscular Diplomacy,” Art Miami, Florida (2008)
"Fables," Chastain Art Center, Atlanta, GA. (2008)
"Yom HaShoah Invitational", BSBI Synagogue, Carleston SC (2007) 
“Illuminations In The Shadows,” University of South Carolina, Sumter SC, (2007)
Invitational Exhibition, Piccolo Spoleto International Arts Festival, City Gallery SC (2007)
"Regeneration", Yom HaShoah, BSBI Synagogue, Charleston SC (2007)
New York ArtExpo, British Council Exhibit, New York (2003)
“A New Machine,” City Gallery, Charleston, SC (2003)
British Council sponsored exhibit, NY Art Expo, New York (2001) 
“Underground,” Millennium Commission, University of Exeter, UK (1989)
"Baby, I'm Gonna Save You," Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Devon, UK (1998)
“Renewal,” Phoenix Art Center, Exeter, UK (1997) 
“Power and Superpower,” Young London Exhibition, UK (1986)

 

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

“Seven Sins of Reason”, No!r, 623 Broadway, New York (2012)
"Anatomically Incorrect," Alternative Arts, Brooklyn New York (July 2012)
Lower East Side Arts Festival, Theater for the New City, New York (2012)
"Four Elements," Paul Seftel Project Space, New York (March 2012)
Katzen Museum of Art, American University, Washington DC (May 2010)
Tallahassee International, Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts (August 2009)
“Retrospectives,” Mary Martin Gallery, Charleston SC (2009)
“She Shall Be Called Woman”, Circular Church, Charleston SC. (September 2009)
Kulture Klash, Navy Base, Noisette Navy Base (2008, 2009)
“New Paintings”, Alexander & Victor Fine Art, 312 Royal Street, New Orleans (2003) 
Rosenthal International, University of North Carolina (2003)
Artist’s Guild of San Fransisco, Open Show, California (2002)
“New Work,”Hudson Galleries, 707 Canyon Road, Santa Fe (2002).
“Collections,”Ann Jacob Gallery, 3261 Roswell Road, Atlanta (2002).
“Forgotten Corners,” Charles II Gallery, Queen Street, Charleston (2002).
“Three Artists,” Maniscalco Gallery, 17728 Mack Avenue, Grosse Point, MI. (2001).
“Paint and Print,” Alexander & Victor Fine Art, 312 Royal Street, New Orleans (2001).
“Another Kind of Now,” 302 Gallery, Peterborough, UK (1996).
“Tomorrow’s Nation,” Serpent and Hare Fine Art, Windsor, UK (1992)
Camden Art Fair, London, UK (1989)
East London Contemporary Art Center (1984) 
London Now! East River Art Center, London UK (1999)
Young London Contemporary, Earl’s Court, UK (1984)

 

 

GRANTS AND AWARDS

 

Best Picture Nomination, Winter Film Awards 2017

NYFA Fiscal Sponsorship Program, 2016

Selected Film, New Filmmakers New York, 2016

Heavy Objects, Selected Film, Garden State Film Festival, 2016

New York Foundation for the Arts, Grant 2014
Grant, Puffin Foundation, 2010
Grant, Coastal Community Foundation, 2009
“Best Visual Artist", Charleston City Paper, 2009
Juror, School of the Arts senior scholarship, 2009
Finalist, 22nd Annual Artist's Magazine Competition, 2009
Juror, Extraordinary Art Show, Charleston County School District, 2009
Grant, Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation, 2008
Approved Artist, South Carolina Arts Commission, 2008
Residency, Academic Magnet High School, 2008
Featured Artist, Reading Art Project, 2007
Grant, The Puffin Foundation, March 2006
Grant, The George Sugarman Foundation, 2005
Grant, Lowcountry Office of Cultural Affairs, Sept. 2005
Winner, Redux Contemporary Painting Competition, SC, Sept. 2003
British Council Exhibition Sponsorship, 2000 and 2002
Fellow of Fulbright Cultural Exchange Program, Washington DC, 1999
West of England Painting Award, 1996
Grant, Arts Council of Great Britain, 1994
Grolsch UK Young Artists Award, London, 1986

 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY


ArteFuse New York, "Menage A Quad" (March 2012)
Revolution Art Magazine, "The Art of Politics" (September 2010)
Daily Kos, "State of Shock" (May 2010)
Featured in Art 202 (Cable TV), DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (2010)
The Age of Endarkenment, book by Nick Smith (Aug. 2009)
Tallahassee Democrat, Tallahassee International review (Sept. 2009)
Charleston City Paper, "Best of Charleston" profile (March 2009)
“Taking Down the Icons,” review, Atlanta Arts (Feb 2009)
Columbia City Paper, exhibition preview (Jan 2009)
The Charleston Review, artist profile (Jan. 2009)
The State Newspaper, exhibition preview (Jan. 2009)
Post and Courier, exhibition review (Nov. 2008)
The Easel, artist profile (June 2007)
South Carolina Magazine, interview (June 2007)
Jewish Voice, interview (May 2007)
Carolina Arts, exhibition review (May 2007)
Moultrie News, exhibition preview (April, 2007)
The Item Newspaper, USC exhibition review (Sept. 2007)
Charleston City Paper, “Cave Dwellings”, review (May 2007)
Post and Courier, “Illuminations In The Shadows”, review (May, 2007)
Charleston City Paper, “RDS Goes Upscale”, review. (March 2006)
International Herald Tribune, column (March, 2005)
100 Ways To Paint People, feature in book. (IA Publications, 2005)
New York Times, column (Feb 2004)
The State Newspaper, columns. (October and Nov. 2004)
New Humanist Magazine, article. (November 2004)
InformArt Magazine, article. (Feb 2004)
Artist and Designers Market, article. (Writers Digest Books, 2001