HERE'S A QUICK LOOK AT EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS that are happening now or are in the offing. I show around the country, so sooner or later I'll get to meet you at one of them.
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  Digital: AAA Prints, 2012-2019

This traveling exhibition of digital prints by members of American Abstract Artists is at Transmitter Gallery in Bushwick, Brooklyn, through February 9. Later this year it will travel to the Visual and Performing Arts Center of Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, and in 2020 to the Herron School of Art and Design at Purdue University, Indianapolis. 
My Weave is shown above, 2019, image field 8 x 8 inches on 13 x 11 paper


  Writers Read at the Calandra Institute, February 20

I'll be reading from my memoir, Vita: Growing Up Italian, Coming Out, and Making a Life in Art, at the John D. Calandra Italian American Institute in New York City. Artist Karen Schifano will lead a discussion after the reading. Entry is free and open to the public, but reservations are necessary as seating is limited. Call 212-642-2094 to reserve.

Since entry is after business hours, bring a photo ID to show at the front desk.
Address: 25 West 43rd Street (between Fifth and Sixth Avenues), 17th floor
Time: 6:00 pm sharp


  Through February 29: Terra Chroma 

This ongoing exhibition of gallery and invited artists at Addington Gallery in Chicago explores the connections between landscape and abstraction. 


 Opening May 1 at Addington Gallery

Hue & Me, my first solo with Addington Gallery, will open on May 1 and run through the month. A catalog will be available. I'll be at the opening. More information closer to the date. 


  Ongoing: The Boston Drawing Project

The Boston Drawing Project,  a flatfile project under the auspices of Carroll and Sons Gallery in the city's South End gallery district, features works on paper--drawings, prints, photographs, collages--by some 50 artists. The flatfile is available for viewing when the gallery is open. For artists and new (or perhaps hesitant) collectors, this is an affordable and exciting way to begin a collection. 


   Always on view

You can see my work in Atlanta at the Marcia Wood Gallery; in Boston at Arden Gallery; in Larchmont, New York and Kent, Connecticut at Kenise Barnes Fine Art; in New York City via ODETTA, either online or by appointment. 
Here, installation view from the recent Polychrome at Kenise Barnes Fine Art .

My online resume has a full listing of echibitions and gallery links.