Friday, December 23, 2011

Flora T. Little Gallery

As mentioned in my previous post, the Hunakai show was a huge success!  I ended up selling 7 pieces.  What a crazy way to finish up the year!  Thank you to everyone who came out and supported the group over the past year.

Moving onward to 2012....

SNAC has 2 shows coming up in January.  The first is going to be at the Flora T Little Gallery at the Bridgewater Public Library.  What's so exciting is, SNAC has expanded!  We now have 7 new members, 2 of which are my extremely talented studio mates Corey Ritch and Charlie Robinson.

The opening reception will be Weds January 18 from 530-730p.  This is going to be an excellent chance to meet the new artists and check out their work!

Happy Holidays to everyone.  I look forward to 2012 being even better than 2011.

Sunday, December 11, 2011


The Hunakai opening reception was fantastic!  The show, however, will be coming down a couple weeks  early due to renovations at the gallery.  If you havent already, check the show out, it'll be up until Dec 22. For more info, visit

In other news....the Bazooka Tooth series is starting to take off!  Thus far, 3 pieces have been finished with a 4th on the way soon!  A couple will be on display at the Great Ponds Gallery in Lakeville in January.  More details to follow!

In some other exciting news, SNAC will be inviting several excellent artists to participate in our next show at the Flora T. Little Gallery in Bridgewater in January!  These new artists all in different style and medium will be an excellent (and exciting) new edition to our group.  The SNAC invitational will be up for the entire month of January.  Dates to follow!

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Holiday Exhibition at Hunakai

This will be SNAC's final show of the year!  Come join us for the opening reception of our Holiday Exhibition at the Hunakai Gallery, Foxboro MA.  The opening reception will be Saturday Dec 3 from 7-9p.  This will be an excellent opportunity to get your loved ones a one of a kind holiday gift!
For more information visit

Hunakai Gallery and School of Fine Arts
16 Chestnut St Suite 410
Foxboro, MA 

Monday, October 24, 2011

SNAC at DeBlois Gallery

My Art Association SNAC is having a reception on Saturday, November 5th at the DeBlois Gallery in Newport. We are THRILLED to be showing in such an amazing gallery and invite you to join us!

The Reception is from 5-7pm, wine and refreshments will be served.

Hope to see you there!

The DeBlois Gallery

138 Bellevue Ave

Newport RI


Sunday, October 9, 2011

SNAC at the Hairspray Salon

We've got another great show coming up in Providence at the end of the month!  On October 22, SNAC will be at the Hairspray Salon in Providence.  We've got some very exciting new work to show you, so make sure you make it out!

Opening Reception
October 22  7-9p
Hairspray Salon and Gallery
259 Wickenden St
Providence, MA

Monday, September 5, 2011

Off the Record

The latest SNAC show entitled 'Off the Record' is now hung and ready for your viewing pleasure! Come on down to the opening reception Friday Sept 9 from 5-9p to check it out!

Accidental Gallery
300 Summer St
Boston MA

Sunday, August 14, 2011

New Series

So it's been a while since my last post. The Accidental Gallery show in June was a huge success. Thank you again to Joyce for allowing me to show there. SNAC will be showing there in September. A show flyer and info will be posted shortly.

Lately, I've been working a new series. The work is inspired by the hip hop artist Aesop Rock. What I find myself most drawn to about his work, are the abstract nature of his lyrics along with his very drum heavy beats. Often times, his work can seem like just loads of gibberish thrown together that happens to rhyme. I find it to be some profound work. I like that sometimes you really have to ponder what the significance is behind his metaphors.

For the next series, I will be exploring similar things. Using his songs as the backdrop, I will explore various subject matter ranging from the struggle of working a 9-5 job just to get by, and to be able to afford to do what really motivates and empassions you, to the flat out goofy. Can you say 'Breakdance Beach'? haha

This series, at times, will be more representational than some of my previous work. However, I will still be working heavily in abstraction with the majority of the pieces. I also plan on introducing lots of new media, including encaustics.

I'm excited! Two or three new pieces will be at the Accidental Gallery show in September. Stay posted for details

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Solo Exhibition

I'm very excited to announce my very first solo exhibition! The Accidental Gallery in Boston will be showing exerpts from my 'Mad Monk' series from June 6 - June 30. The opening reception will be Friday June 10 from 5-8p and there will be a closing reception/artist's talk June 24 from 5-8p. Come by and check out the work, I will be debuting several new pieces at this show!

The Accidental Gallery

300 Summer St (1st floor)

Boston, MA

For more info, check them out on facebook search: Accidental Gallery

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

13 Forest Gallery

Thank you to everyone who came out for the opening reception of DEFROST at 13 Forest Gallery in Arlington. The show was a huge success! Be sure to stop by on Thursday April 21 from 7-9p for an artist's talk and reception. There are 4 incredible artists being shown right now, this is your chance to get a peak into what their creative process and inspiration is like. For more info please check out 13 Forest Gallery 167 Mass Ave Arlington, MA Pictures from the show to follow soon!

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

13 Forest Gallery

Join me Friday April 8 from 7-9p for the opening reception of DEFROST at 13 Forest Gallery, Arlington MA.

DEFROST will kick off spring featuring four artists who work with abstraction and color: Deborah Davidson, Scott Francoeur, Mary-Alice Johnston and Heather Pilchard.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Studio Updates

I've been spending a lot of time at the studio lately (hurray for vacations from work!). I've got 4 new pieces in progress, they're coming along slowly but surely. The next SNAC show is going to be entitled "Small Works" I've got a couple pieces to fit the theme, but am trying to build a larger body. I've also started working on paper. It's been a really long time since I've worked on the surface. I ordered a small amount from Utrecht, apparently I didnt read the description well on it because this paper is thin as hell! Oh well, I'm going to try and make due and see how the acrylic and oil hold up on it. Just sort of experimenting right now and seeing where it takes me. I'm trying to encorporate more drawing and mark making techniques into these new pieces. Here are a couple pics of the most finished of the two...not sure exactly where they'll end up just yet. The first pic is of the one paper, 2nd is on wood panel.