“Footprint,” art/science collaboration with the Institute of Evolutionary Biology Zürich, Visitor Center, Swiss National Park, Zernez, Switzerland.
“Footprint,” art/science collaboration with the Institute of Evolutionary Biology Zürich, Museum of Zoology of the University of Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland.
“Cautionary Tales: Old Visions Through New Eyes,” group exhibition, President’s Gallery in Haaren Hall, John Jay College, New York, NY.
“Society in Upheaval,” three person exhibition, Bernstein Gallery, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.
“Footprint: Building A Dialogue,” collaboration event and presentation with Dr. Lukas Keller of the University of Zürich, Swissnex Boston, Cambridge, MA.
“Directions,” group exhibition, Brant Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA.
“(con)TEXT,” group exhibition, Sharon Art Center, Peterborough, NH.
“78th Regional Exhibition of Arts and Crafts,” group exhibition, Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA.
“The Art Show Episode 3: An Exploration of Branding, Mass-Media Culture and Global Implications,” a documentary film featuring the Art of Edward Monovich, by Erin McNeill, Belmont Media Center, Belmont, MA.
“The Influential Female,” group exhibition, Kentler International Drawing Center, Brooklyn, NY.
“New Prints 2011/Winter,” group exhibition, International Print Center New York.
“Williamsburg 2000,” group exhibition, Art 101, Brooklyn, NY.
“Parallel Play: A Kinship,” group exhibition, Fort Point Art Center, Boston, MA.
“LOL: The Humorous Impulse in Narrative Art.” group exhibition, City Without Walls, Newark, NJ.
“Brooklyn Paper.” Mount Airy Contemporary Artists Space, Philadelphia, PA.
Aqua Art Fair. Miami, FL.
“Get Your Freak On!” group exhibition, Space 242, Boston, MA.
“Suburban Entanglements.” Solo Exhibition. Space 242, Boston, MA.
“Love You: New Etchings.” Solo Exhibition. Ningyo Editions, Watertown, MA.
“Boston Drawing Project 10th Anniversary.” Group exhibition, Carroll and Sons, Boston, MA.
“Eco-Expression: Art for Sustainability.” Group exhibition, Curry Student Center, Northeastern University, Boston, MA.
“Sguardi Sonori: Six Seconds Around Me,” Festival of Media and Time Based Art, Italy. La Otra Feria, Bogota, Colombia.
“Wishing Well.” Solo Exhibition. eyewash @ Figureworks Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
“American Story Art.” Croxhapox Gallery, Ghent, Belgium.
Red Dot Art Fair. New York, NY. Bridge Art Fair. Chicago, IL.
Aqua Art Fair. Miami, FL. “Please Touch.” curated by Edward Monovich, Gallery Artist Studio Projects, Brookline, MA.
“Its All Relative.” Manistee Art Institute, Manistee, MI.
Boston Drawing Project. Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston, MA. 2004 “Playpen.” The Drawing Center, New York, NY.
“Tits and Art IV.” GV/AS Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Contemporary Figure Painting Exhibition. Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI. Two Person Exhibition. D. Berman Gallery. Austin, TX.
“Beyond The Academy.” Arthouse at The Jones Center For Contemporary Art, Austin, TX.
“Characterism.” Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, Brooklyn, NY.
“Homeland.” Solo Exhibition. Mixed-Media Works with Viewer Participation Elements, Monk Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
“World Peace.” Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, Brooklyn, NY. 2001 Installation of Interactive Drawings. PS122, New York, NY.
“Access Zone: Collaborative/MODE.” A collaborative project with 16 Beaver Group. The Bronx Museum of Art, Bronx, NY.
“Artist of the Week.” Pierogi 2000, Brooklyn, NY.
“Summer Reading.” Eyewash, Brooklyn, NY.
“Slippery Scenes.” Solo Exhibition. Mixed-Media Works. Monk Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
“On The Brink of The Millennium.” Monk Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. 1998
“Proper Burial.” Solo Exhibition. Paintings, Drawings and Monotypes. Pirate Gallery, Denver, CO.
The University of Texas at Austin, M.F.A., 1996, painting and drawing, Austin, TX
Kalamazoo College, B.A., 1992, studio art, Kalamazoo, MI
Kalamazoo College, B.A., 1992, biology, Kalamazoo, MI
The University of Colorado, 1998, monotype printmaking, Boulder, CO
Santa Chiara Research Center, 1995, art history, Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy
Western Michigan University, 1993, lithography, painting, Kalamazoo, MI
The University of Notre Dame, 1992, medical entomology, South Bend, IN
Fourah Bay College, 1991, ethnography, West African history and literature, Freetown, Sierra Leone
Teaching and Curatorial:
2010-present Adjunct Professor: Studio for Drawing I, Studio for Drawing II: “Space and Artistic Vision,” Studio for Drawing II: “Artistic Vision and Possibility,” Studio Foundations Department, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA
2015 Professor: Pre-semester Intensive Drawing Class, Studio Foundations Department, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA
2012-2014 Co-Director, Brant Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, MA
2010-2012 Co-Director, Ningyo Editions Gallery, Watertown, MA
2006 Guest Curator, “Please Touch,” Gallery Artist Studio Project, Brookline, MA
2001 Instructor, Interior and Perspectival Painting Workshop, Newark Museum
Instructor, Landscape Painting, Newark Museum
1997 Adjunct Professor, Intermediate Drawing, The Metropolitan State College, Denver, CO
1996 Adjunct Professor, Beginning Drawing, The Metropolitan State College, Denver, CO
Instructor, Two-Dimensional Design, The University of Texas at Austin
1995 Teachers Assistant, Drawing: study in Italy program, The University of Texas at Austin
Teachers Assistant, Beginning Painting, The University of Texas at Austin
1994 Teachers Assistant, Figure Painting, The University of Texas at Austin
Instructor, Interior Design Lab, The University of Texas at Austin
1993 Instructor, Interior Design Lab, The University of Texas at Austin
Instructor, Acrylic and Oil Painting, Kalamazoo Institute of the Arts, Kalamazoo, MI
1992-93 Art Teacher, Kalamazoo Montessori School, Kalamazoo, MI
2015 U.S.1, Ilene Dube,“In Aftermath, Artists As Society’s Barometer,” 3/11
New York Times ,“Princeton- Society in Upheaval: Three Artists Respond,” 2/15
2013 Belmont Media Center, documentary film by Erin McNeill “The Art Show Episode 3: An Exploration of Branding, Mass-Media Culture and Global Implications,” 1/11
2010 Weekly Dig, cover art, 8/18
Wicked Local Watertown, Laura Paine, “New Artist Space on Spring Street Brings Unique Work to Watertown,” 12/11
2009 Weekly Dig, cover art, 1/28
South End News, Bessie King, “Space 242 Kicks Off 2009 with Suburban Entanglements,” 2/26
2006 Boston Globe, Cate McQuaid, review of “Please Touch,” 6/22
The Phoenix, Randi Hopkins, “See Me, Feel Me,” 5/12
2004 Flash Art, Tim and Frantiska Gilman-Sevcik, “Playpen,” Oct
Voices of Art, David McCall Freeman, review of exhibition at D. Berman, Summer
Austin American Statesman, Jeanne Claire Van Ryzin, “Three From UT Provoke and Impress,” 3/21
The Austin Chronicle, Jaqueline May, 3/5
Kalamazoo Gazette, Roger Green, “Three’s The Charm: Figurative Works Make for Satisfying Show,” 2/22
Kalamazoo Gazette, Linda S. Mah, “Artist’s Paintings Employ Image Manipulation,” 2/29
2003 Glass Tire: Texas Visual Arts Online, Amy Dove, “Beyond The Academy,” 2/2
2000 Kalamazoo Gazette, Linda S. Mah, “Art Grows in Brooklyn,” 6/25
Summit Observer, Joe Lugara, “Local Artist to Debut in Brooklyn,” 5/11
1998 Rocky Mountain News, Mary Voelz Chandler, “At the Alternatives,” 4/3
1996 Boulder Weekly, Joe Miller, “Day Without Denial,” 12/5
Rocky Mountain News, Mary Voelz Chandler, “At the Alternatives,” 12/6