I’m honored to have been asked to paint a portrait of Paul Robeson for the Paul Robeson Legacy Project, in commemoration of the centennial of his graduation from Rutgers University. Paul Robeson’s legacy as a global activist, scholar, singer, athlete, and actor is truly extraordinary. Many thanks to the Zimmerli Art Museum for this opportunity! The exhibition is on view at the Zimmerli until April 28th.
Thank you to Laurie Granieri for this article about my work in Rutgers Today!
The 2018 Tepper Chair event with Kara Walker and the Rutgers cohort was the culmination of our year-long course focusing on memorials, monuments, and memory within the context of New Orleans' complex history. It was an honor to collaborate with and explore New Orleans with Kara and all fellow members of the cohort, and to be part of this incredibly memorable event.
Thank you Karyn Mannix for including my work in "The Golden Age of Rock n' Roll," on view now at The Studio in East Hampton. And thanks to Michelle Trauring and the Sag Harbor Express for interviewing me for this piece about the show. (Art & Iconic Rock Collide in Bridgehampton, East Hampton)
Many thanks to Colin Ambrose of Estia's for hosting my new solo exhibition, Writers & Storytellers of the East End & Beyond. The show will be on view in the Hamptons until the end of April and will then move to Estia's Connecticut location. Please join us for the opening reception in Sag Harbor and enjoy drinks and appetizers at Estia's on Sunday, April 10th, 4 - 6pm!