DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities - AHFP17 Visual Arts Exhibition

I'm happy to be included in and am looking forward to the opening of the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities' Visual Arts Exhibition for the 2017 applicants of the Artist & Humanities Fellowship Program this Friday, July 29 from 6pm to 8pm.  In case you were unaware, DC treats it's artists amazingly well!

Hope to see you there.

More info below:


Arts and Humanities Fellowship Program
Visual Arts Exhibition

Opening Reception

Friday, July 29, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

RSVP here.

DC Commission on Arts and Humanities
200 I (Eye) Street, SE
Main Gallery
Washington, DC 20003

Exhibition closes August 31

Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

200 I (Eye) Street SE, Washington DC


The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities presents avisual arts exhibition featuring some of the District's finest visual artists applying for theFY 2017 Arts and Humanities Fellowship Program (AHFP). Each artist has submitted a piece that represents their body of work and artistic perspective. This exhibition captures the broad scope of the District's dynamic art scene and provides an opportunity for the artists to express their visions directly to the panel of peer reviewers evaluating their applications and to the public.

About the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities provides grants, professional opportunities, education enrichment, and other programs and services to individuals and nonprofit organizations in all communities within the District of Columbia. The Arts Commission is supported primarily by District government funds and in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.

Executive Director: Arthur Espinoza, Jr.
Commissioners:  Kay Kendall, Chair | Kim Greenfield Alfonso | Stacie Lee Banks
Susan Clampitt | Edmund C. Fleet | Antoinette Ford | Rhona Wolfe Friedman  
Alma H. Gates   | Darrin L. Glymph | Barbara J. Jones | MaryAnn Miller | Elvi Moore 
Maria Hall Rooney | José Alberto Uclés | Gretchen B. Wharton | C. Brian Williams

Supersonic Art

I was happy to find out that my artwork had been highlighted yesterday on Supersonic Art for the second time. If you're not familiar with them, you should be!

You can check it out here.

Carte Blanche exhibition @ Adah Rose Gallery

Interns and Guests curate an ever changing group of guest and gallery artists forCarte Blanche,  Adah Rose Gallery's  summer exhibition..."Its electric, eccentric, exciting, elevating, extraordinary and enchanting" and I'm happy to have been asked to participate in it.

I'll have one painting, "Sometimes It's Just You," on display there for the run of the show (or until the painting sells) from June 10th (this Friday) through August 30th. 

Make sure to visit Adah Rose Gallery's website
 here for directions and to check on gallery hours as they will be flexible throughout the summer.



Sometimes It's Just You

Theater J and the first of 8 New Illustrations

Theater J, housed at the DC JCC, just opened their 2013-2014 season so I thought it was a good time to share with you some of the things I've been working on for them.

In April, I was hired to create 8 illustrations; one for each play in their 2013-2014.

The first play of the season is After the Revolution by Amy Herzog:

"A bold and moving play from the Award-winning author of 4000 Miles (The New York Times - Outstanding Playwright), staged by the director of Body Awareness and the recent benefit hit, Love, Loss, and What I Wore."

Rough Sketch

Final Drawing

Final Illustration