You Were Golden,” gold acrylic paint on 97 pieces of satin, dimensions variable, 2018, is now on display at the Amos Eno Gallery as part of Unique to the Nature Unique to the Nature, a group exhibition of paintings at Amos Eno Gallery. A reception will be held on Friday, January 12 from 6 – 8 PM at the gallery at 56 Bogart Street in Brooklyn, NY.

Unique to the Nature explores painting as a medium with its own language, its own past, present and future. Each artist begins from a different position with regard to the nature of paint. In some instances, the image is allowed to succumb to the materiality of paint and in others form that is “unique to the nature” of paint, adhering to no external reality principle. What these continued variations show are the legacy of medium-specificity beyond modernist painting and the infinite configurations that give rise to contemporary painting.


In this current political climate, artists need to use their voices to rally together. I feel fortunate to be a part of Sarah Sharpe’s “Tool Book” – a new project that compiles texts, images and objects that edify, inspire, support and radicalize members of the creative communities. An exhibit of the text and artwork included in the book is currently featured at the SoHo20 Gallery in Bushwick. You can stay connected or learn more about the project here: and for more information on how you can get your own ToolBook, check out this link.