Two New Exhibitions:
“Refugee” show at EDGE Gallery, Lakewood, CO (See 9 news feature on Edge link)
October 2018 – my piece “Discarded” floor installation

Holy Moly show at Knoll Gllery 915 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, CO October 28, 2018 – January 5, 2019
– my piece “Listen Carefully” punch hole stipples on paper 18″x18″



July 2018
#Untitled Order exhibits again with its haunting narrative.
This time in my birth state at the Providence Art Club in Rhode Island.
This artwork began with the concern for human sacrifice and the struggle with convoluted war funding. In my studio I had been shredding canvases for other themed work and I decided to move this practice over to working out this dilemma. It took years to remove the threads in this piece, representing the endurance and willingness of mankind to stand for his country as the country weeps for its losses. This work has exhibited with the US Military repeatedly with works of art expressing the deep emotions related to war and a soldier’s journey through it.

June 2018
I took several Colorado State University LEAP Art Entrepreneur students to India for an Arts Collaboration Project with local NGOs for social advocacy addressing equality and inclusiveness. It was an amazing team of arts leaders! See more pics in Community Art section of Portfolio.

Two new paintings, 57″x34″
Redeemed – Shredded canvas Reconciliation – oil on linen
Available for exhibition. Last exhibited at Bridge Gallery, Denver Seminary 2018


Visit Neem Foundation to see support efforts.
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.

Spain’s Fir del Dibuix (Art Fair) 2017
Constructed from all indigenous materials available in the park.

Faber Residency Art in the Park

At my all expense paid Artist Residency in Olot, Spain (just north of Barcelona) for 10 days to work with a group of scholars on Religion and the World in the 21st century was a success. Faber Residency The image below is the base canvas created in collaboration that I will be using for a 6’x12′ panel to overlay a rhizome work of art similar to Picasso’s Guernica, which I saw in Madrid before I began. This work is still in process back in my studio.

New “White on White” art exhibiting across the states at various galleries in 2017. WHITE HORSE and TEXT ART pieces ARE SOLD!


2017 Paintings – Black ground series
Topic: Refugees
Exhibited at Artwork Network Gallery on Santa Fe Drive, Denver and the Denver State Capital.

Palingenesis – Resilient Regeneration and Rebirth
Exhibited at Red Line in Denver 2017 , CO, 2018 Salina Art Center in Kansas at the Rocky Mountain Biennial
Presently being proposed to exhibit at the new Palestine Museum in Woodbridge, Connecticut.

Palingenesia is a theory of rebirth or recreation used in various contexts in philosophy, theology, politics and biology. I chose to use this concept in my art to illustrate the condition of surpassed hope that I witnessed during two visits to Palestine. The stratified conditions of living, due to the occupation of Israel on Palestinian land, has created an injustice and an elusive hope for peace and sustainability in the region.
The 194 pairs of shoes in this piece represent the people of the land, in all its diversity. The number 194 reflects the non-binding, ineffective 1948 UN Resolution 194 stating, “refugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbours should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date…” The olive tree seedlings in each shoe embodies hope in its genesis state. Cultivating an olive tree seed takes much time, devotion and persistence, as does the rebirth or re-creation of a nation. The olive tree is sacred to the inhabitants of Palestine. It is a hardy resistant plant with a robust root system capable of regenerating itself even when destroyed. The olive branch is a symbol of peace, power, fertility and purity.
The viewing public is invited to take one of the packaged seedlings to nurture in their homes as a sign of compassion and support towards justice for Palestinians in their homeland. In exchange, please leave a brief statement of your thoughts and/or prayers on this matter.

I am oil painting now and I began with a self portrait. Check out my new painting in the Portfolio.



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


I have also participated in the 2017 MOP Denver public Wheat pasting.

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. MORE DOORS ARE BEING ADDED AS THE CONFLICT CONTINUES.




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.

2018 America Now, National Open Juried Exhibition

The Galleries of the Providence Art Club, Rhode Island Celebrating the best in contemporary art Juror: Elliot

2018 Mountain Plains Regional Contemporary Art Biennial

Once again Palingenesis exhibits to give voice to the oppressed. This 7’x14′ floor installation

Bridge Gallery “The Cross” exhibition

Two 57″x34″ oil on linen paintings: Redeemed Reconciliation

CSU Instructor Art Abroad

As a Professor of the Arts I venture out with students to experience arts-based projects in global cultures. CSU,

2017 Mask Making Workshop – Alcohol addition recovery

Before and After masks were created to express individual stories of recovery. I was the creator and leader of a

2017 Trinity Art Show Sacramento CA

Full Gallery Shot: My piece, One Messiah, white on white, disappearing like magic, and visible upon examination. SOLD