2nd Annual Juried Show: Printmakers, Bethelem House Contemporary Art Gallery
PressOn! invitational printmaking exhibition, New Hope Arts Center, New Hope, PA


Animation + Printmaking, Book Arts Center, NYC
“Sky” juried exhibit, Tioga Museum, NY


Printwork 2016, Artists Image Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
The Earth Speaks, Pocono Arts Council, Stroudsburg, PA
Animation + Printmaking Showcase: SGCI Conference, Portland, OR
“Water” juried exhibit, Tioga Museum, NY


UMKC Hand Print Press, National Juried Show, Kansas City, MO
The Crow Show, Studio Door, San Diego, CA
Photography Juried Exhibition, City of Gaithersburg, MD
Focus-Invitational Regional Exhibit, Butternut Gallery, Montrose, PA 2014
Roberson Museum Regional Juried Exhibit, Binghamton, NY
Northeastern Biennial 2015 Juried Exhibit, Scranton, PA (2nd place photography)
Faculty Biennial, Marywood University, Scranton, PA
Old Enough to Know Better, WCA, Crane Art Center, Philadelphia, PA


PhotoWork 2014 National Juried Exhibit, Barrett Art Gallery, Poughkeepsie, NY
Focus-Invitational Regional Exhibit, Butternut Gallery, Montrose, PA 2014
Member’s Exhibit, PAC Gallery, Stroudsburg, PA 2014
ArtSpace Exhibit, PAC Gallery, Stroudsburg, , PA 2014
Member’s Exhibit, AFA Gallery, Scranton, PA 2014


OH+5 Regional Juried Art Exhibit, OH
The American Landscape, MFA Gallery, Annapolis, MD
Altered State II, PAC Gallery, Stroudsburg, PA
Member’s Exhibit, AFA Gallery, Scranton, PA
Living With Our Peers Art, Suraci Gallery, Marywood
Faculty Biennial, Marywood University, PA


Passages, Portals, Pathways; juried group show; Flow Art Space, Minneapolis, MN
Toyota Pavilion Montage Mountain, Peach Music Festival Juried Sculpture Exhibition
Focus-Juried Regional Exhibit, Butternut Gallery, Montrose, PA
Member’s Exhibit; judge for awards, PAC Gallery, Stroudsburg, PA
Member’s Juried Exhibit,  AFA Gallery Scranton, PA
Peace in a Frame, Juried Photography Show, 1st place, Marywood University, Scranton, PA



Roberson Museum Regional Juried Exhibition 2011

Positive Negative National Juried Exhibit, Slocumb Galleries, East Tennessee University

Marywood University Faculty Biennial, September-October

AFA Gallery, Scranton, November Exhibit

Pocono Arts Council Member Show, Stroudsburg. Best of Show.


AFA Member’s show

NEPA Juried Regional, Keystone College

“focus” exploring our regional sense of place, Butternut Gallery, Montrose, PA. May 15-June 5. Awarded first place, photography.

Earth Day Revival Exhibit, ArtWorks Gallery, Scranton PA. Until the end of May.


Faculty Biennal, Mahady Gallery, Marywood University, Scranton, PA

20-year Retrospective Invitational, The Art at Harmony Hall, Maryland

Roberson  Regional Art Exhibition
Roberson Museum
Binghamton, NY

July 19 – September  27, 2009

C-daleArtists within a one hundred fifty mile radius of the Binghamton area submitted over 170 pieces ranging from paintings, drawings, prints, mixed media assemblage, photographs and sculpture. This year’s guest juror, Rob Evans, is an artist and independent curator whose work is in numerous museums including The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The National Gallery of Art. He also curated the successful exhibition Visions of the Susquehanna: 250 Years of Painting by American Masters that was on display in 2008 at Roberson. Mr. Evans has selected 78 pieces that will be exhibited through September.


AFA Gallery
Scranton, PA
Members exhibit
September 4-27, 2009


Exclusive to the Everhart Museum
February 1 – June 1, 2008

Birds take flight in the human imagination and play an important role in the global ecosystem. They travel millions of miles every year migrating around the world, and their life cycles, bird song and evolutionary characteristics have inspired scientists, cultures and artists for millennia. The Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art begins its 2008 centennial celebration with an interpretive exhibit based on the foundation of the Everhart Museum collection of birds; the Museum’s founder, Isaiah Fawkes Everhart, was a physician who expressed a lifelong interest in ornithology (the study of birds). In fact, when founding the Museum in 1908, Everhart donated over 2,000 bird specimens to begin the Museum’s collection, and ever since the Everhart Museum has continued to collect bird-oriented cultural and scientific materials. The exhibit Flocks & Feathers highlights the Museum’s collections of specimens from around the world, cultural objects that use feathers or depict birds, as well as contemporary art inspired by avian creatures. This exhibit is partially sponsored by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.


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