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CURRENTLY ON EXHIBIT


SOLO EXHIBITIONS 

  • 2005 Glenview Mansion, Rockville, MD. Sculpture Installation, “It’s All About Apparel”.
  • 2003 Rockville Arts Place, Rockville, MD. Sculpture Installation, “Unmentionables…then and now”.
  • 2001 Corporate Office Centre at Tyson’s II, McLean, VA. Sculpture.
  • 1991 Gallery 10, Inc., Washington, DC. Sculpture.
  • 1989 The Art League, Alexandria, VA. Sculpture Installation.


PUBLIC ART INSTALLATIONS 

  • 2000 Brookside Gardens, Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County, Wheaton, MD.
  • 1999 Strathmore Hall Arts Center, Sculpture Garden installation, North Bethesda, MD.
  • 1999 DC unite Sculpture Park, 431 Seventh Street, NW, Washington, DC.
  • 1983 Torpedo Factory Art Center, site-specific fiber sculpture, Alexandria, VA.


SELECTED EXHIBITIONS 

2005 
  • Gallery Neptune, Bethesda, MD, “Femme”. Metal shoes and corsets. Invitational.
  • City Art Gallery, Greenville, NC, “Celebrating the Female Form”, Bra Show for Breast Cancer
           Awareness.
  • Eleven-Eleven Sculpture Space, Washington, DC. “Not the Knitting You Know”. Crocheted wire sculpture. Invitational.
  • M.O.C.A. (Museum of Contemporary Art), Washington, DC “What’s So Terrible About Being Beautiful”,
           Sculpture Installation.
  • Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC National All Media Exhibition.

2004 
  • Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC. “Nine New Ones”. Sculpture Installation.
  • Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC. “Ready to Wear?”, A Tribute to the Art of Clothing. Metal Fabric.
  • Corporate Office Centre at Tyson’s II, McLean, VA. Sculpture.
  • United States Botanic Garden, Washington, DC. “Flora: Sculptures of the Natural World”. Limestone.
  • Art-O-Matic, Children’s Museum, 800 Third Street, NE, Washington, DC. Sculpture Installation.


2003/04 
  • Washington Square, Washington, DC. “Sculpture Now 2003” and “Sculpture Now 2004”.
  • Strathmore Hall, N. Bethesda, MD. “A Century of History”.


2002 
  • WPA/Corcoran, “A.D. Exhibit”, Corner Views at 14and G Streets, NW, Washington, DC. Welded Steel.
  • Art-O-Matic, Waterfront Mall, 401 M Street, SW, Washington, DC. Sculpture Installation.
  • Foundry Gallery, Washington, DC. “Goddesses and Accessories”. Dual Exhibition. Stone and Steel.
  • Northern Virginia Community College, Manassas, VA. Art Exhibition. Stone and Steel.


2001 
  • Washington Square, Washington, DC. “Sculpture Now 2001-DC/Pittsburgh”. 

2000 
  • Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC. 2000 All Media Juried Show, “It’s Too Darn Hot!”.
  • Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ. Summer 2000 Exhibition/Washington Sculptors Group.
          (Exhibitor and featured speaker).
  • Salisbury State University, MD. Fulton Hall Gallery, “Spirit Infused”, Paper Show.
  • Washington Square, Washington, DC. “Apocalypse?”, Sculpture Now 2000.
  • Northern Virginia Community College, Manassas Campus, VA. Stone Carving Exhibition.


1999 
  • Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC. “3D-DC”, Regional Juried Exhibition of Sculpture.
  • Brookside Gardens Sculpture Show, MD-National Park and Planning Commission.
  • Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC. “1999 National All Media Juried Exhibition”.


1998 
  • 505 Gallery, Washington, DC. “Sculptors’ Plans-Drawings and Maquettes”.
  • Galeria Mesa Arts Center, Mesa, AZ. “The Draping Game”. National Juried Exhibition.


1997 
  • Washington Square, Washington, DC. “Sculpture Now 1997”. 

1996 
  • Huntsville Museum of Art, AL. “Red Clay Survey”. Eleven State Regional. Catalog.
  • Strathmore Hall Arts Center, Bethesda, MD. “Past to “resent”. 3-Artist Exhibition.


1995 
  • The Anthenaeum, Alexandria, VA. “Paper Show”.
  • Washington Square, Washington, DC. Sculpture Exhibition (1 of 4 featured speakers).

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