I wish to share my love of image-making with people, hoping to make a connection with those who recognize something of the texture of their own lives in what they see here. 

Updated: Jun 16

Event: and all of a Sudden

Time: Vernissage June 24 from 18h – 21h. Exhibition from June 22 to July 10, 2022, Wednesday to Sunday, 13h – 17:30h.

Space: Propeller Art Gallery, 30 Abell Street, Toronto, Ontario, M6J 0A9

Thank you to guest curators Chad Wolfond (director and founder of Lonsdale Gallery) and Simone Rojas-Pick (manager and curator of Lonsdale Gallery) for selecting my work for this exhibition. I am also grateful to gallery director Tom Taylor and the entire Propeller Gallery team for your work on this project.

Updated: Jun 16

Event: Art Sur Papier ’22

Time: Vernissage June 16 from 17h – 20h. Exhibition from June 14 to 27, 2022, Tuesday to Sunday, 12h – 17h.

Space: Galerie ERGA, 6394 boul. Saint Laurent, H2S 3C4, Montréal, Québec.

Thank you very much to Demetrios Papakostas for inviting me to participate in Art Sur Papier ’22. Gianni Giuliano and Giuseppe Di Leo generously gave their time and skills over to hanging the exhibition. My drawing “Vivre” is installed alongside works by a formidable collective of artists at Galerie ERGA, 6394 boul. Saint Laurent. You are warmly invited to attend the vernissage on Thursday June 16 from 17h – 20h, at 6394 boul. Saint Laurent. The exhibition runs from June 14 to 27, 2022, Tuesday to Sunday, 12h – 17h.

Event: NightVisions: Cultural Interpretations of the Night Sky

Time: May 21 – August 27, 2022

Space: Coconino Center for the Arts, 2300 N Fort Valley Rd, Flagstaff, Arizona

Thank you to David Levy, Julie Comnick, and the entire Creative Flagstaff team for your work on the “NightVisions” exhibition. My drawing “Visitor” is installed alongside the work of my fellow artists at the Coconino Center for the Arts in Flagstaff, Arizona from May 21 to August 27, 2022.

“Flagstaff is the first International Dark-Sky City – this designation recognizes the extraordinary commitment of the Flagstaff community to night sky protection, which began with the world’s first regulations protecting the night sky over 60 years ago. These efforts were at the foundation of a global movement to protect night skies and continue through the efforts of the Flagstaff Dark Skies Coalition to celebrate, promote and protect the region’s glorious star-filled skies.”