1985 MFA, Hunter College, New York, NY
1983 BS, City University of New York, NY

2020  Cathouse Proper, "What More is There to Say but to See",Brooklyn, NY
2019  Ars Libri,"Green", curated by Mario Diacono, Boston,MA
2014  Berry Campbell Gallery, New York, NY
2006  Diacono Fine Arts, “Turbulence”, Boston, MA
2005  Worcester Art Museum, “Just Painting”
2003  Roger Williams University, “Paving/Painting” Bristol, RI
2002  Diacono Fine Art, “Brash Strokes,” Boston, MA
1998  Eich Space, New York, NY
1995  Condeso Lawler, New York, NY
1991  Condeso Lawler, New York, NY
1989  White Columns, New York, NY
          Jersey City Museum, New Jersey

2018  "Small Works", Mishkin Gallery, Baruch College, New York, NY.
         "Sideshow Nation V1", Sideshow Gallery,Brooklyn NY. 
         "Color Affinities", Key Projects, LIC, NY.
         "1Ensemble", Cathouse Proper, Brooklyn, NY. 
2013  "Sideshow Nation", Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
2010  “Texas National” Curated by Judy Pfaff, Stephen F. Austin State Univ., TX.     
2009  “What Matters”  Curated by Susan Stoops, Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA.
2001   Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston, MA.
          "The 17th Drawing Show", Curated by Bill Arning, BCA, Boston, MA.
1999   Allston Skirt Gallery, Allston, MA.
1998   Thatcher Projects, New York, NY.
1997  “Franklin Fest,” Eich Space, New York, NY.
          “Index on Abstraction,” Condeso Lawler, New York, NY.
          “The Drawing Show,” Curated by Carl Belz, BCA, Boston, MA.    
          “Peeling A Grape “ Organized by Margaret Thatcher, Eich Space, NY.                                                                                            
1996  “The Material of Shadows,” Mario Diacono, Boston, MA.
1995  “Rites of Paint,” Mario Diacono, Boston, MA.
1993  “Three Artists/Three Dimensions,” Condeso Lawler, New York, NY.
1990  “The Landscape in Question,”Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York.
1989  “Climate 1989,” Condeso Lawler, New York, NY.
           White Columns, New York, NY.
          “The Persistence of Painting,” Curated by Vincent Longo, Hunter College, NY.           
1988  “Painting,” Curated by Christian Haub, Anne Plumb, New York, NY.
          “International Gala Invitational,” Curated by Bill Arning, New York,  NY.
          “Marks and Silences,” Korn Gallery, Drew University, Madison, New Jersey.
           Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, New Jersey.
1987  “Four Corners of Abstract Painting,” White Columns, New York, NY.
          “Working Drawings,” Curated by Michael Peglau, Drew University, Madison, NJ. 
          “Form and Substance,” Aurora Gallery, Closter, New Jersey.
           “Edge and Syntax,” Curated by Allison Weld, Rutgers University, Madison, NJ      
1986   22 Wooster Street Gallery, New York, NY.
1984   Fellowship Exhibition, Hunterdon Art Center, Clinton, NJ.
          Four Walls, Hoboken, New Jersey.
1983   “35 Artists,” Summit Art Center, Summit, New Jersey.
           City University of New York, New York, NY.
1981   “Exploration of Light,” Hoboken Art Gallery, Hoboken, New Jersey.
1980   Hunter College, New York, NY.

2019  Cate McQuaid, Boston Globe, July 4, 2019
2006  Mario Diacono,text,”Turbulence”, 2006
2005  Susan Stoops, text “Just Painting”.
         Cate McQuaid, Boston Sunday Globe, July 31, 2005.
2003  Alberto Balestrieri, text, “Paving/Painting,” August.
2002  Mario Diacono, text, “Brash Strokes,” September.
2002  Kate McQuaid, The Boston Globe, September 13.
2002  Christopher Millis, ARTS- The Phoenix, January 11.
1996  Kelly Spalding, Arts Media, October.
1996  Kate McQuaid, The Boston Globe, September 26.
1996  Mary Sherman, The Boston Globe, September 26.
1995  Jeff Wright, Cover, March.
1990  John Wineland, “The Landscape in Question”, catalog, Hartwick College, Oneonta, 
1989  Bill Arning, White Columns Update, 1988-1989.
1988  Vincent Longo, The Persistence of Painting, from “A Debate on Abstraction”, Hunter     
           College Press.
1988  Eileen Watkins, New Jersey Star-Ledger, August 28.
1988  William Zimmer, The New York Times, August 21.
1987  Vivien Raynor, The New York Times, October 11.
1987  Eileen Watkins, New Jersey State-Ledger, November 15.
1987  Allison Weld, “Contemporary Syntax”, catalog, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ

1982  Fellowship, New Jersey State Council on the Arts.
1969  Summer Residency, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture.

2009  “What Matters”, Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA.
2005  “Just Painting”, Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA.
1997  Rhode Island School of Design, Painting Seminar.
1996  Pratt, Painting Seminar.
1989  Panelist, Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ.
1989  Lecture, “Abstraction”  Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ.
1988  Lecture, “Marks and Silences”  Korn Gallery, Drew University, Madison, NJ

2007   Mass College of Art, Low Residency Program, mentor.
1998-- Northeastern University, Adjunct -Painting and Drawing.
1993   Massachusetts College of Art, Painting Seminar.
1989   Jersey City Museum, Visiting Artist.
1988   Urban Arts Program, Hoboken, NJ.