CURRICULUM VITAE

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2022

2020

2019

2018

Overcoming: Reflections on Struggle, Resistance and Triumph, Princeton Arts Council (Commissioned by Princeton University, Feb.-Mar.)

Selected Works, Trenton Starbucks, Trenton, NJ.  (Feb.)

Selected Works, Cobblestone Creek Golf Club, Lawrenceville, NJ

“The Rise and Fail of the N-Word: Implicit Bias and the N-Word Living In Our Subconscious,” The Kehler Lidell Gallery, New Haven, Conn. Sponsored by the William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund (Mar-Feb, 2018)

2016

2014

2010

2007

 

2005

 

2004

 

2003

“Gotta Believe” solo exhibition at Arts Council of Princeton (Pop-up Art Studio)

“The Rise and Fail of the N-Word: Beyond Black and White” solo exhibition at Carl Field Center at Princeton University

Solo Exhibit, Dec. – Jan, Gilmore Café, Trenton, NJ

Selected Works, Raritan Valley Chapter Links, Spring Annual

Selected Works, Gallery 125, Trenton, New Jersey

Selected Works. Borders Bookstore, West Windsor, New Jersey

Selected Works. Momentum Fitness, Princeton, New Jersey

Icons and Visions Exhibition at Barnes and Noble on Route One in North Brunswick, New Jersey.

Icons and Visions, Orphas Café in Montgomery, New Jersey

Selected Works.  Gallery at Mill Hill Theatre in Trenton, New Jersey.

Sweettree Gallery in Princeton, New Jersey. (two-person show).

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2024

2023

2022

2020

2019

2017

2015

2006

2005

2004

2003

The Art of Black Joy, Art Against Racism, Monroe Public Library, Monroe, NJ (Feb 2024)

Beyond Freedom, Art Against Racism, Morven Garden and Museum, Princeton, NJ (Jun. 2023)

Prospect House, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ

Born In Quarantine, Galerie Westerhoff, Metuchen, NJ (Virtual Show)

Create Core Courage, The Power of Art, Asbury, NJ (Nov. 2019)

Thrive Exhibition, Lewis Center, Princeton University Princeton , NJ (Oct. 2019)

Art Against Racism, Princeton, NJ (Sept. 2019)

Wondrous on Witherspoon, Artist Invitational Show

Artistic Conversations on Race and Humanity” joint exhibition with Kelly Burke and Rhinold Ponder in Princeton

Invited Artist for TASP Chairs for Children sponsored by ETS

Group Show, Guichard Gallery, Chicago

Celebration of Lawyers in the Arts. Invitational. Hosted by NJ Law Journal NJPAC, Newark, New Jersey. (Exhibited Ascensions I, II and III

Icons and Visions,@ Carl A. Fields Center,  Princeton University, New Jersey (with Phylisha Gilchrease)

Sweettree Gallery in Princeton, New Jersey. (two-person show)B

COLLECTIONS

Princeton University Museum, Campus art Collection, (on loan, Feb. 2022-Feb. 2023)

Saul Ewing Law Firm, Princeton, New Jersey

Momentum Fitness, Princeton, New Jersey

CURATORIAL wORK

2023

 

 

 

2022

2020-21

 

2019

57th Annual New Jersey Senior Citizen Art Show, Mercer County Division of Culture and Heritage and NJSCA,  (curatorial panel) 

“Earth Song: BIPOC Artists on Climate and Environment,” Art Against Racism with Princeton Public Library

“Beyond Freedom,” (Art Against Racism hosted by Morven Museum and Garden and the Princeton Symphony Orchestra)

“Manifesting Beloved Community,” (Art Against Racism with West Windsor Arts Council: Juror Darryl Dwayne Walker) 

“Retrieving James Wilson Edwards and a Forgotten Circle of Black Artists,” Princeton Arts Council (co-curator Judith Brodsky)

“Manifesting Beloved Community,” (Art Against Racism partnership with West Windsor Arts Council: Juror Sonia e. Barrett)

Memorial Monument Movement, Art Against Racism (Virtual Exhibition)

Art Against Racism, Princeton, New Jersey (multiple sites)

RECENT PRESENTATIONS AND PANELS

2022

 

 

 

Black Artists: Empowering the Community at the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum (SSAAM) Juneteenth Celebration (6/18/2022)

On Art and Protest at “Speaking Our Minds: Student Decolonization Movements in Higher Education Context, Center for African Education, Columbia Teacher’s College (3/28/2022)

Moderator of “Black Thoughts Table: Four Creatives on Perspective, Process and Possibilities” at Princeton Makes, Princeton, NJ. (2/26/2022)

Overcoming: A Gallery Night Inspired By Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., Princeton University and Princeton Arts Council  (1/17/2022)

 

eDUCATION

Summer 2019   Artist Residency (ARK), Kigamboni, Tanzania (student of sculptor Mwandale “Big Mama” Mwanyekwa)

May,1986   New York University School of Law, J.D.,  New York, NY

June 1983  Boston University, Martin Luther King Fellow; M.S. Journalism/M.A.  African American Studies, Boston,  MA

June 1981  Princeton University,  B.A. Politics (cum laude), Princeton, NJ

June 1977  Dunbar Vocational H.S.  Commercial Art major, Chicago, IL