Monday, March 3, 2014


The only silver lining to the winter and all the snow we've been getting is the salt and slush residue that gets left behind.  The textures and patterns that the salt creates on the pavement totally captures my imagination.  But really though I'm ready for spring.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014


 I have been selected as one of four artists whose work will be shown in an exhibition entitled "Spirit of Community: Women and their Art" from February 27 - March 28 at the Interchurch Center Galleries in Harlem.  

I'm very excited about the show which is shaping up beautifully, 

opening reception on March 13th, 5:00-7:30pm.  

Come check it!

Monday, February 24, 2014

Case Of The Mondays

Lately I've been hearing mutterings about a neighborhood menace whose been terrorizing my local food spot by barging in and "messing" up the bathroom.  I encountered him today,  it was very strange indeed especially when I saw him scurrying away down the street with a literal sh** eating grin on his face.  I've had Marcel Duchamp's Fountain on my mind ever since.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Inspiration | Carrie Mae Weems

See Carrie Mae Weems' retrospective at the Guggenheim ASAP.  I cannot recommend this exhibit enough.  Her work is beautiful, moving and cheeky at times.  For those not familiar with her work check out this review in The New Yorker 

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Sunday Song | Sharon Jones

I've ben blasting Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings all day,  it's the perfect music to rock out to on this dreary Sunday afternoon.  Also an inspiring NY mag article on Sharon Jone's here

Sunday, January 5, 2014

Opening Reception | OH SNAP

Photos by Courtney Moy

Photos from the opening of Oh Snap, a group show I participated in up in Boston.  Unfortunately, I wasn't able to make up for the opening with the holidays but the show looks great!  Expertly curated by Courtney Moy, very happy to have been a part of it.  More photos here

Friday, December 13, 2013

I Who Have Arrived In Heaven

I braved the first snow fall to venture out to David Zwirner to see the Yayoi Kusama installation.  Even with the blizzard swirling outside there was a huge crowd,  but I must say the snow and the wait were well worth it.  The infinity rooms are beautiful and other worldly it's the kind of work that stays with you and I've been dreaming about it ever since.