2015 Collage for Diaspora Exhibition in Bethlehem, Palestine at the Diyar Art Center


22015 Lincoln Center: Annual Contemporary Art Survey juror Dean Sobel (Clifford Stills Museum)

Two Installations: “Every thing you want but nothing you need” floor installation 5′x7′ soil, salt, and 144 engaged mouse traps

“Testimony Tree” 10′x10′ wall installation paint, charcoal pencil, wood remnant, jute rope; spontaneous text writing about equality Show title “The Human Race 2015″



2015 Christos Collective Traveling “Reclaim” Exhibition – my new white on white series




Bring Back Our Girls: The story of artist Sandra Ceas’ rendition of the Chibok abductions – Visit link below to review the sale and presentation of this work of art.



2015 Lincoln  Center – Fort Collins, Colorado


A call to action for artists all around the country with the idea that artists challenge us to see the world in new ways, providing insights into our times and our lives. Guest Juror was Ivar Zeile. the owner/director of contemporary Plus Gallery in Denver, and Jack Curfman was the Exhibition Designer.




2015 How Can a Ghost Bleed

Show Catalog : We Have on This Earth what Makes Life Worth Living



I consider myself an eclectic artist without genre specificity who surveys what is present and what is absent to discover the underlying spiritual force of humanity that lies like a specter between the two states of being.

Colorado Annual Contemporary Art Survey

Reclaim Exhibition at Bridge Gallery

A new white on white series. Oil on canvas. 34″x57″

Christos Collective – Presence Exhibition

Christos Collective had its first exhibition at CORE annex gallery in Denver, Colorado titled: Presence I exhibited

Toward the Light

A Special Art Exhibit on Personal Transformation and Recovery. I exhibited a Video illustrating a spiritual

The Big Picture Show Denver 2015

Photographs from all over the world are wheat pasted on the walls around the city to display a full exposure of

The Gathering Place – Women’s Homeless Day Center

A group of women from the The Gathering Place, a homeless day center, created a 5′x8′ collage canvas