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.

Meredith Starr is thrilled to have pen and ink drawings of moths indigenous to Long Island  included in the exhibit Moth Migration Project on display at  516Arts, Albuquerque, NM. The installation, a collection of 40,000 moths to be a part of the Cross Pollination Exhibit, was created by Hilary Lorenz “as the vehicle for the cross-pollination and systematic exchanges between people.”

Repeat Pattern drawings were featured at the Wayfarers Gallery in the month of June. Based on works from the artist’s book of the same title, which is in the permanent collection of the Brooklyn Art Library. More information and detail shots of the project can be found on the updated project page: