Exhibitions



Say Their Names: Black Lives Matter

The Pool Art Center Gallery

February 5 - 26, 2021

Drury University Springfield, Missouri 

The show highlights peaceful BLM protests documented by photography, and includes works created in honor of specific individuals brutalized or killed because of racism throughout history. 

Selected artwork: Cadavers who were still alive: In honor of the male Negro in Macon County Alabama (1932-1972) who participated in the Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis


2021 International Juried Exhibition: The Center for Contemporary Art

January 15, 2021 - February 27, 2021

Selected artwork: JOSEPH (upper right hand corner)


Race in America

The Pool Art Center Gallery

November 6 - 25, 2020

Drury University Springfield, Missouri 

This national juried exhibition asks artists to explore the idea of what it is like to live as a person of color, whether personally or systematically, and how all Americans can work together to improve racial equality. 

Selected artwork: Road to Equality


The Delaplaine National Juried Exhibition 2020

May/June 2020

Frederick, Maryland

An annual show featuring works in a variety of media by artists from around the nation. 

Selected artwork: JOSEPH 


Breathing While Black

Augusta Savage Gallery

September 1 - November 20, 2020

University of Massachusetts Amherst

A juried digital visual art exhibition, inviting  international response to the recent and ongoing slaughter of Black  Americans.

Selected artworks: ENOUGH 

COVID-19: AFTER OR BEFORE?

BLACK TEARS 


Real People 2020  

Old Courthouse Arts Center

September 3 – October 31, 2020

Woodstock, Illinois

Real People, an international juried fine art exhibition celebrating the arts through faces and figures, features more than 70 works from across the media spectrum.  Real People is observing its 20th year at the Old Courthouse Arts Center.

Selected artwork: BARRY


We Protest! 

Mosely Gallery

September 28 – November 2, 2020

University of Maryland, Eastern Shore

 Princess Anne, Maryland

The Mosely Gallery at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore invited artists to submit works in response to the recent national and international wave of protests around Black Lives Matter.  

Selected artwork: ENOUGH.


Black Lives Matter: Silence Equals Violence

Pablo Center at the Confluence

December 18, 2020 - June 20, 2021

Eau Clair, Wisconsin

Black Lives Matter: Silence equals violence is an exhibit that will feature all mediums of art delving into issues of racism and intolerance with a focus on the black experience in America. 

Selected artwork: ENOUGH.


Shelter: A Reflection of Covid-19's Impact

Pablo Center at the Confluence

February 5 - March 14, 2021

Eau Clair, Wisconsin

What has been the impact of Covid-19 on our society, ourhomes, ourselves?  What is the new normal? 

Selected artworks: 

COVID-19: AFTER OR BEFORE?

COVID-19: LOSS


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