Juried New Bedford Art Museum MEMBERS EXHIBITION December 4, 2021 – May 8, 2022

Happy to share that my work “Blue and Brown Ikebana” was chosen for the 2021 Members’ Exhibition organized by New Bedford Art Museum.

The show runs from December 4, 2021- May 8, 2022

Opening reception, AHA! Night -  on December 9 goes from 5-8pm

Exhibiting Artists

Adrian Tio | Allen Constant | Barbara McDowell | Bill Popik | Brittany Grimes | Carol Scavotto | Carole Constant | Chip Davenport | Corinna Raznikov | Danya Bichsel | Deb Smook | Denn Santoro | Dora Atwater Millikin | Elizabeth Stanton | Emmett Barnacle | Eric Lintala | Helen Bryant | Iwona Lapczyk | Jane Bregoli | Jane O’Hara | Jill Law | Jim Sears | JP Powel | Judith Klein | Keith M. Francis | Kendra J. Conn | Kim Barry | Kristina N. Occhino | Lelia Stokes Weinstein | Lynne Byers | Marty Keating | Mary N. Hurwitz | Mia Pelletier | Milton H. Brightman | Morgan Spaulding | Nancy Whitcomb | Ray Genereux | Robert Dunn | Ron Fortier | Roy Rossow | Skip Treglia | Susan Costa | Susan Gilmore


Stephanie Haboush Plunkett is the Deputy Director and Chief Curator of the Norman Rockwell Museum. She has previously held positions at the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, and the Heckscher Museum of Art, and has taught the year-long graduate-level course entitled Critical Seminar 1 & 2 in the MFA in Illustration Practice at MICA. In addition, she leads the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, the nation’s first research institute devoted to supporting scholarship relating to the art of illustration. 

the 35th Annual Rhode Island Open Juried Exhibit. October 16 - November 20, 2021

I am hugely excited to share that my  work “Yellow Flowers” received Honorable Mention at the 35th Annual Rhode Island Open exhibit. Of course, a big thank you to jurors Karen Harris and Lois Harada. The Warwick Center for the Arts (WCFA) received 103 artwork submissions from 44 artists. The final selections includes 34 artists showing 62 works of art representing all media. The exhibition is on view from October 16 through November 20, 2021.

here you can watch the video of the exhibit:

“Yellow Flowers”  alcohol ink print

The 9th Annual Poetry & Art Exhibit, October 6 - 24, 2021

Wickford Art Association opened its 9th Annual Poetry & Art Exhibition, focused on the theme of “Color”. 42 juried artists created work that was paired with an unknown juried poet for their poetic response. On the opening reception I learned that Patricia McAlpine created a beautiful poem “Our Planet” based on my image “Green”. All artworks and poems were memorialized in a beautiful 2021 Poetry & Art limited-edition book which will be submitted  to The Poets House library— one of America’s premiere poetry libraries in New York City. Each edition of Poetry & Art has been submitted to The Poets House collection. The show offers some great art and poetry combinations and is on view through  October 24th in WAA’s gallery at 36 Beach Street, Wickford.

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