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News, Events, Exhibits

Schola Cantorum of Boston

PALESTRINA: Missa "Ave Maria"
Settings from Virgil's Aeneid by De Rore, Josquin, and Mouton
Odes of Horace by Randall Thompson

Saturday January 27th, 7:30 pm
               St. Martin's Church
               50 Orchard Ave, Providence RI
Sunday January 28th, 3:00 pm
               First Lutheran Church
               199 Berkeley St, Boston MA
Tickets at the door only - cash, check, or Venmo
$30 general / $15 low income

Somerville's version of the Isabella heist!

Someone carefully cut my artwork and Jacky Pullman's artwork out of the public-art banner "Art Lives Here".  Read the Boston Globe article here.

I've signed with,

a new venture in Boston to put original artwork in private homes.  You don't have to commit to have great, original artwork in your home with this new subscription-based service, where your monthly subscription goes towards a final purchase, if you wish; or you can swap the artwork out when you want something new!  Try out my art in your home!  Click for details.

Art-printed Merch for Sale

Did you know you can purchase merchandise printed with my artwork at Pixels.comGet your favorite apocalyptic image printed on one of these; it's so fitting for the times!  Or you could get a mug, notebook, jigsaw puzzle, shower curtain, or any number of things printed with my artwork.

Geocaching Urban Shrines Project

Need a reason to get outside?  Go on a scavenger hunt for art!  Now until an undetermined date!  Join in the Geocaching Urban Shrines Project.  Only one shrine has been stolen so far, hurrah!

Other News:


Cambridge Day did a nice write-up of this year's Brickbottom+Joy St. Open Studios.

I was ArtLinks Arlington's Featured Artist.

I had my first solo museum exhibit, "Travels in My Arm Chair", at the Cahoon Museum of American Art, Cotuit, MA, in 2022.

I received the “Outstanding Artist” Award from the Center for the Arts at the Armory, Somerville, MA., May, 2022.

I was interviewed by "The Somerville Wire":

Mayor Joseph Curtatone modeled one of my pandemic face masks on an amazing blog, "Masks of Boston" here.


Check out my painted electric switchbox on the sidewalk in front of Target, 129 Somerville Ave., Somerville, MA.  Blog post here.

I was interviewed for "Art Seen" for my show at the Somerville Media Center.

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