Finalist, London International Creative Awards.
Across the Line

Studio Montclair. Montclair, NJ. March 15, 2024 – April 19, 2024

Artists were challenged with testing the boundaries of what it means to draw: What defines a drawing? Can a drawing include color? Does a drawing have to represent something? Are drawings limited to certain mediums? Should they be? Across the Line showcases expressive drawings across a wide range of artistic mediums and perspectives: graphite, ink, pastel, acrylic, thread, wire, augmented reality, paper, canvas, digital monitor, a wall.

Official Selection. London International Creative Awards.
Upcoming: Drawing Imaginary Spaces: Reflections on Time, Site, and Narrative Discussion and Book Publication, University of Quebec at Montreal.

Between 0 and 1 will be included in the upcoming book Drawing Imaginary Spaces Reflections on Time, Space, Site, and Narrative in Fall 2024. Be Pi. Bureau d'étude de pratiques indisciplinées. University of Quebec at Montreal.

2023 Drawing National. 

Ellington-White Contemporary and Rosenthal Gallery. Fayetteville State University. Fayetteville, NC. October 24, 2023 - November 17, 2023.

As part of our ongoing commitment to promote the visual arts and enhance the quality of life for our community, Ellington-White Contemporary Gallery (EWCG) and the Rosenthal Gallery is celebrating the richness of contemporary drawing as an art form. The focus of the exhibition will be for viewers to engage with the contemporary artist's vision and experience the world through their visual drawing language. 

Tracks and Traces.

Here is a link of a past virtual show on the platform Art Steps organized by AIR Gallery.

Tracks and Traces. A VR Exhibit organized by AIR Gallery, Altrincham, UK. May 2021-ongoing.

Cellphone Library

Opening Reception: Friday, July 7, 2023 | 6-9pm
Friday, July 7, 2023 – Sunday, August 6, 2023

Presented in Black Box at Vox Populi

A receipt paper comes out of an ATM machine, flapping in the wind like an unnaturally long tongue, snippets of casual conversation are recorded over breathtaking landscapes, the image of breaking waves caught in the reflection of a goggle, a leaf spins floating in mid air, an inquisitive shadow that does not look like you is following your every step… These are a few glimpses into the more than 160 cellphone videos that are part of Vox Populi’s Cellphone Library. With more than 100 participating artists, this exhibition is a casual, unstable and maybe pocket sized portrait of our everyday relationship to image making, creating a curious tapestry of the mundane.


Sight Drawings are featured in a new publication and exhibition, Signals, curated by Hiraku Suzuki and Kazuki Nakahara of Drawing Tube with an essay by Jan-Phillip Fruehsorge. 

Book design and photo by ca o studio.

Book launch exhibit 

"Signals" Drawing Tube


at NADiff A/P/A/R/T IF in Ebisu, Tokyo, Japan.

To purchase a book:

The Unstable Line.

The Unstable Line. AIR Gallery.

Altrincham, UK.

Opening preview: Thursday, January 27, 2022.

January 28 - February 19, 2022.