Curatorial Projects

The Information Age has rendered boundaries that were once solid, porous; such shifting awarenesses open great territories of potential for an instigator of multiples like myself. In the spirit of porousness, I work across disciplinary boundaries in a variety of media—often in combination with one another.

I’m one part artist, one part educator, one part curator, and one part poetic activist. My creative research focuses on printmedia as the graphic science of democracy—a tool that fosters community building and information sharing to create new socio-political ecologies. I investigate ways that feasibility, sustainability, and venture creation are the natural outgrowths of an ethical printmaking, grassroots-run, people-powered society.

By keeping a rigorous curatorial research practice, I have developed numerous opportunities to invite nationally and internationally acclaimed artists to exhibit and participate in numerous community events in person and online. Such projects allow me to craft thought-provoking exhibitions while generating multiple community outreach opportunities, visibility, and artistic collaborations.



Print +, Hunterdon Art Museum, Clinton, NJ

Multiple Ones: Contemporary Perspectives in Printmedia, MOCA and UNF Gallery, Jacksonville, FL


Multiple Ones: Contemporary Perspectives in Printmedia, MOCA, Jacksonville, FL


Multiple Ones: Contemporary Perspectives in Printmedia, William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art and Kwan Fong Gallery of Art and Culture, California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, CA


Multiple Ones: Contemporary Perspectives in Printmedia, Justin Barfield, Shawn Bitters, Florence Gidez, Rebecca Gilbert, Ruthann Godollei, Brandie Grogan, John Hitchcock, Andrew Kozlowski, Lauren Kussro, Nathan Meltz, Guen     Montgomery, Jill Parisi, Andrew Raftery, Samantha Parker Salazar, Marilee Salvator, Mizin Shin, Swoon, Eszter            Sziksz, Hunterdon Art Museum, Clinton, NJ

Lysis, Andrea Frank photographs, UNF Gallery of Art, Jacksonville, FL


Arts + Politics, UNF Lufrano Gallery, Jacksonville, F


Iteration, MOCA, Jacksonville, FL


Essence of Mine, Ricder Ricardo, UNF LGBT Center, Jacksonville, FL


The Other: Nurturing a New Ecology in Printmaking, MOCA, Jacksonville, FL


Structure of Light, Works by 2014 Konrad Artist in Residence Devin Kovach, PCNJ Main Gallery, NJ

Influencers, Jen Blazina, Richard Hricko, Hilary Lorenz, Elizabeth Mackie, Jill Parisi, and Hester Stinnett, PCNJ Main                  Gallery, NJ

Configuration, Transformation and Assembly, prints by Donna Moran, PCNJ Main Gallery, NJ

The Realm of All Possibilities, PCNJ Annual Membership Exhibition, PCNJ Main Gallery, NJ

Mad Men, prints by Bob Craig and Dylan McManus, PCNJ Library Gallery, NJ

Some Strange Truth, works on paper by Anne McKeown, PCNJ Main Gallery, NJ

Metamorphic Landscape, Robin Koss, 2013 Konrad Artist in Residence, PCNJ Library Gallery, NJ


Roots and Rites: Works by Judith Brodsky and Peter Chapin, PCNJ Main Gallery, NJ

Fresh, Fierce… 40! PCNJ Annual Membership Exhibition, PCNJ Main Gallery, NJ

Jase Clark: Seeing It Circle, PCNJ Main Gallery, NJ

Paper Trail, Works by Eric Avery, PCNJ Main Gallery, NJ


Elke Clause, 2012 Konrad Artist-in-Residence, PCNJ Library Gallery, NJ

Four by Four, Prints by Ibrahim Ahmed, Joe Ciardiello, Diana Gonzalez Gandolfi and Joe Waks Master                                             Printers: Jase Clark, Sheila Goloborotko, Eileen Foti and Randy Hemminghaus, PCNJ Library Gallery, NJ