October 17, 2020 - December 31, 2020
Newport Art Museum
The “Call & Response” exhibition showcases innovative works of art by regional artists while offering a glimpse of the Museum’s collection through fresh eyes. The Newport Art Museum is home to over 2,700 works of art including prints, drawings, photographs, sculptures, paintings, textiles, and decorative arts. For this exhibition, regional artists working in a diverse array of media were invited to plumb the Museum’s collection for creative inspiration with the goal of creating an original work of art, in any medium, in response to a museum object. This exhibition features each artist’s imaginative work of art beside the collection work to which it responds. Participating artists include: Cicely Carew, Donnabelle Casis, Jill Colinan, Becci Davis, Holly Gaboriault, Amy Giese, Kevin Gilmore, Jungil Hong, Molly Kaderka, Rachel Loischild, Saberah Malik, Anna McNeary, Kelsey Miller, Mara Trachtenberg, and Max Van Pelt. Collection artists include: James Baker, Donna Bruton, Francis Adams Comstock, Howard Gardiner Cushing, Bob Dilworth, Amano Kunihiro, John La Farge, Rania Matar, Joseph Norman, Palmer Family, Lissa Rivera, Hugh Townley, Claudia Widdiss.
Luminous - Painting in the Interface at Nightingale Gallery
October 2, 2020 - October 31, 2020
Luminous: Painting in the Interface opened October 2nd. "This show covers seven artists working at the intersection of painting and light-based imaging technologies." Featured artists include Michael Alvarez @_michaelalvarez_ , Eric Helvie @erichelvie , Kate Petley @katepetley, Anthony Padilla @anthonyzpadilla , Theresa Daddezio @theresadaddezio , Andy Arkley @andy_arkley, and me @thisisdbc. It is up through the month of October. Really cool work. I hope you check it out! Thank you Scott Gleeson at Peripheral Vision Press for including my work in the show. My interview can be found here. • "Luminous was curated by Peripheral Vision Publisher Scott Gleeson @scottgleeson.us for Eastern Oregon University’s Nightingale Gallery, which is closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic."
Infinite Uncertainty - Opalka Gallery
September 1, 2020 - October 10, 2020
Opalka Gallery at Russell Sage College in Albany, NY is getting ready to reopen on Sept. 1 with Infinite Uncertainty. Selected from over 250 submissions, 33 regional artists attempt to make sense of this unprecedented time and its persistent, frightening and painful unknowns. I am thrilled to have work in this show! Thank you to jurors Sharon Bates, Stacey Robinson, Ellen Letcher and Julie Torres. Image credit: Tatana Kellner, "Stretch," 2020, collage, acrylic and charcoal on paper, 66 x 95 inches.
33 Hawley Street Installation - June - August 2020
June 1, 2020 - August 31, 2020
I'll have a few paintings up at the Northampton Arts Trust Building at Northampton Center for the Arts at 33 Hawley Street in Northampton, MA. They will be on view through August 2020.
areacode art fair
August 1, 2020 - August 31, 2020
I'm so excited to be in the company of 50 artists from New England selected to be part of this inaugural art fair! Check out areacode and on Insta for more information!
inkling - recent works
March 10, 2020 - April 11, 2020
Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery
A solo show of my work opening Tuesday, March 10, 2020. Video tour here.
Black Box - Boecker Contemporary
June 1, 2017 - December 31, 2019
My drawing will be part of a traveling group show. The exhibition will tour from Künstlerhaus Saar, Saarbrücken Germany, to the La 'S' Grand Atelier, Vielsalm Belgium, the Faux Mouvement, Centre d'art contemporain, Metz France and the Casino Luxembourg, Forum d'art contemporain, Luxembourg. http://www.boeckercontemporary.de/Exhibitions/
Pattern Play at Trinity College
October 17, 2019 - December 7, 2019
Austin Arts Center, Trinity College
I'm thrilled to have 9 paintings in this wonderful group show! It opens Thursday, October 17th 4-6pm at the Widener Gallery, Austin Arts Center at Trinity College. If you're in the area, please stop by!
Cultural Cousins - a show of Latinx and Filipinx artists
July 1, 2019 - July 13, 2019
In the 16th century, the Spanish empire was known as the most powerful empire in the world. It extended throughout the Americas and throughout the Philippine archipelago in Asia. The effects of Spanish colonialism and imperialism have had a lasting influence on its subjects and have shaped traditions, values, language, food, fashion, and beliefs. Latinxs and Filipinxs share a cultural kinship rooted in colonialism that extends past the history of this mutual Western imperial power and the geographic location of their homeland. This cultural exchange challenges audiences to reconsider ethnic identity outside of race. Cultural Cousins situates 10 artists of Philippine and Latin descent, to lay out their personal histories alongside one another in a space decorated to resemble a sala, establishing that we are family. The show features elements of photography, painting, mixed media, and sculpture, which contribute to the navigation of cultural identity and personal histories. These artists represent a small fragment of a myriad of experiences and narratives of the Latinx and Filipinx diaspora. Cultural Cousins features the work of: Max Sarmiento Emma Noelle Buhain Maria Liebana Jeanne F. Jalandoni Emely Francesca Perez Karl Orozco Manuela Gonzalez Donnabelle Casis Jeannette Rodríguez-Píneda Maia Cruz Palileo Cultural Cousins: a show of Latinx and Filipinx artists is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by LMCC. And ChaShaMa for providing a space to present.
June 1, 2019 - June 21, 2019
Red Light Gallery
Excited to have a solo exhibition of works at a new gallery in Florence, MA - Red Light Gallery at Workroom Design Studios