Summer 2023
Rusticating on Mount Desert Island, Maine

Thank you to the Gail and Howard Schaevitz Foundation for a generous grant that allowed me six delicious weeks overlooking the ocean and a fishing harbor from the covered porch of Harbor Point in Bernard, Maine.

Subtones In Springtime opens May 3, 2023

Solo Exhibition
Gross McCleaf Gallery in Philadelphia

January 2023

Painting at the extraordinary historic Fortuna Mill in St. Thomas USVI! And had the pleasure of teaching a 2 day painting workshop in collaboration with Cindy Berg and our new Tortuga Studios!

December 2022

Howard A. and Gail F. Schaevitz Foundation Grant
I am honored to be selected as a recipient for my current project entitled Atmospheric Color in and inspired by Acadia. I look forward to exhibiting new paintings at Gross McCleaf Gallery in Philadelphia this May and in Maine this summer!

October-November 2022

International Artist article by Alyssa Tidwell about composing and painting Still Life:
Setting the Stage- enjoy!

April 8, 2022
Solo Exhibition at Somerville Manning Gallery

Summer 2021
I made it back to Maine!

April 2021

American Art Collector article by Rochelle Belsito features my exhibition
The View From Here at Gross McCleaf Gallery. Enjoy!

November 2020
Shoreline Rocks and Hedge       |      14 x 14 inches

Acadian Seas, Acadian Seeing: an exploration of how a decade of painting seascapes on Mount Desert Island has inspired an evolution in my still life compositions.

Link to Recording of Artist Talk in Conversation with Carl Little
November 5, 2020
Courtesy of Cynthia Winings Gallery in Blue Hill, Maine

Digital Catalog Available here!

May 2020
Sheltering-in-place in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico!
I came here in early March to begin a painting project called Inside/Outsideand to experience the dislocated part of myself that is my Cuban fatherPer doctor’s orders, I am unable to fly home to New York City, so I continue to paint, up on a terrace, in quarantine with roof cats, geckos, and the ancient city around me.

December 2019

December 7th 6-8pm: solo exhibition Looking Into Water opens at Morpeth Contemporary  in Hopewell, NJ.
December 10th, 7pm: The Sea Becomes the Seeing, Artist Talk at the Arts Council of Princeton

April 2019
My solo exhibition Colors of A Day is featured in American Art Collector article by John O'Hern.


SAVE THE DATE: April 12, 2019!
I will be opening an exhibition entitled Colors of A Day at Somerville Manning Gallery in Greenville, Delaware. Please send me a message here with your USPS snail mail address if you would like a catalog!

February 2019
STUDIO CLASSES have been fantastic! We have had a full group each month, enjoying the north light of my studio in the Gowanus/Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn. So far we have covered the topics of TONE and Ground, and COMPOSITION and Proportion. Upcoming we we cover the topics of
GESTURE and Open Form, and ATMOSPHERE and Key. I always encourage experimentation, and teaching in the studio has allowed me to experiment with teaching formats and expand on concepts that deserve deep delving.

December 2018
Still Happenings, a contemporary still life exhibition curated by Marie Riccio, opened at the VisArts Center in Rockville, Maryland on December 7th. I am honored to be included amongst such a fine group of painters. Please go to VisArts for more information or to purchase a catalogue. The exhibition runs through January 13th.

October 2018
At the 158th Gala of the Philadelphia Sketch Club, the oldest Artist Club in the Country, I was awarded a Medal of Achievement in Visual Art alongside my colleagues Patrick Connors and Paul DuSold. The evening was great fun and a huge success. Please support this fantastic institution that has been serving artists for nearly two centuries! And if you would like to get a taste of the fun, please enjoy painter John Thornton's hilarious documentary.