• Opening Reception for Art in the Open at the Independence Seaport Museum- June 14th 6:00-8:00

    June 15 - September 9, 2012

    Art in the Open: the Exhibition, is a collaboration between Art in the Open and the Seaport Museum to present works from artists who participated in the 2012 Art in the Open event.


  • Interview on WRTI with Creatively Speaking's Susan Lewis

    Listen for my comments as WRTI's Susan Lewis considers how public art-making events, such as Art in the Open, can change our sense of place.


  • Interview with Peter Crimmins of WHYY's NewsWorks about Art in the Open 2012

    Read about Art in the Open Philadelphia and see what I have to say about the amazing event!


  • Art in the Open Philadelphia 2012, May 18-20

    Art in the Open (AiO) brings the action and intrigue of artists making their art directly to Philadelphia's Schuylkill riverbanks for three days in May. Here, free to all audiences, selected artists work with brushes, cameras, sewing machines, pens, and hammers, to respond to this historic and environmentally unique local setting. The public is invited to walk among the artists and observe their process of creation and craft up close.


  • Painting the Periphery, March 2-16 2012

    Artists and Alumni from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts’ MFA program working from observation through the distorting lenses of memory, sensation, and perception.

    MARCH 2-16 2012
    Friday, March 2, 6-8pm
    Pierre S. du Pont Arts Center Gallery
    2813 West 17th Street
    Wilmington, DE 19806

  • Short Days, January 5-28, 2012

    Artists from Seattle, New York City, Portland, Philadelphia, and Baltimore.

    Artists include, Zachary Martin, Holly McVeigh, Carolyn Hopkins, Bill Watt, Eric Swangstu, Quinn Dukes McDivitt, Hadley Anne Johnson, Sarah Meadows and Katherine Perryman

    Opening Reception-
    January 5th 5:00-9:00
    OK Hotel Gallery
    212 Alaskan Way S.
    Seattle, WA 98104

  • Art in the Open Philadelphia 2011, June 9-12

    AiO celebrates the Philadelphia landscape as both inspiration and as an open-air studio for artists. Over the days of June 9 to 12, 2011, from Fairmount Water Works to Bartram's Garden, AiO will explore the natural beauty and urban character of the Schuylkill River: where West Philadelphia separates from Center City and thousands of people enjoy a beloved recreational park of paths and views.


  • Water as the Source, April 29-July, 23, 2011

    Water As the Source, a show of PAFA Alumni inspired by water landscape. This show will coincide with Drawn to Water at the Independence Seaport Museum, and the city wide, Art In The Open Philadelphia.

    Opening Reception: May 6, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
    Jurors: Mary Salvante and Doug S. Martenson

    PAFA Alumni Gallery
    Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
    118 N. Broad Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19102

  • Boys' Life, Sept 11-Oct 9

    Scott Dickson.Sarah Jackson Moore.Zach Martin Rebecca Miller.Jim Zeske

    Pterodactyl Project Space
    September 11 - October 9
    Opening Reception: Saturday September 11th 8p-12a
    Closing Reception: Saturday October 2nd 8p-12a

    To achieve your art merit badge:

    "With your parent's permission and your counselor's approval, visit a museum, art exhibit, art gallery, artists' co-op, or artist's workshop. Find out about the art displayed or created there. Discuss what you learn with your counselor."
    - Boy Scouts of America


  • Art in the Open Philadelphia 2010, June 9-12

    Come check out 35 artists, including myself, from across the world in Art in the Open Philadelphia!

    Art in the Open (AiO) is a citywide event that celebrates artists, their inspirations for creating art, and their relationships with the urban environment. Inspired by, but re-framing, the tradition of painting en plein air (creating art outside, on site), 35 artists working in a variety of media will create art outside, on-site over the four-day period of June 9-12, 2010 along the banks of the tidal Schuylkill River - from the historic Fairmont Park Water Works and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, south to landmark Bartram's Garden.


  • Lyceum Hall, May 20-June 19

    Come check out my work at the Herman T. Costello Lyceum Hall Center for the Arts. On view from May 20-June 19th.
    I will also be teaching plein air painting courses there throughout the summer, so come join me for a day of painting along the river!!

    The Herman T. Costello Lyceum Hall Center for the Arts
    432 High St.
    Burlington, NJ 08016