Projects & Exhibitions

Current and Past Exhibitions:

Images posted were either part of or featured in the listed exhibition.

Memphis College of Art

Biennial Alumni Exhibition

Memphis College of art will host it's final  Alumni Biennial Exhibition

On View: May 26 – July 15 in Rust Hall.


The exhibit will be juried by a panel of three creative leaders – Julie Pierotti, Curator at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Grace Stewart, Director of Collections and Exhibitions at the Metal Museum, and Dolph Smith, MCA Professor Emeritus.


Closing Reception: Friday July 13, 2018

On exhibit: "We the People", Acrylic on Canvas 48 x 48, 2018.

For "Life, Liberty and The

Pursuit of Happiness!"

Jewish Community Center, May 1 - 31, 2018

“For Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness”, reflects multiple themes and concepts that directly or indirectly take place in the black community. The show title addresses everyone’s right to the idea of the American Dream, the right to Equal Justice and the ability to provide for our family. This should apply to everyone.

6560 Poplar Avenue, Memphis, TN 38138

(901) 761-0810

"And Justice For All"


Gallery 130 . Meek Hall . University of Mississippi

January 19 - February 22, 2018


The exhibition “And Justice for All” is an ongoing discussion about inequality, discrimination, illegal search and seizure, and police shootings in the black community. This is also paralleled by rampant black on black violence that can be attributed to years of systemic racism, a flawed justice system and the incarceration of minorities for little or no crimes for which they are given extended prison sentences. The result has been a reduction of the black family dynamic and the growth of single parent households.


The University of Mississippi

Meek Hall, Rm. 232

University, MS 38677



"Good Neighbors"

On exhibition doing the play "Fences"



The work in the show "Good Neighbors" is indirect reference to the play "Fences". The paintings represent characters that you would find living and working in your neighborhood. The approach for this work was too develop images that only dealt with most important or needed information to create a narrative about the characters and the scene. There is no background, so the paper serves as the base for these decal like images.


Organized by Artist Link of Memphis

The Play "Fences" and the exhibition

On view  January 19 - February 4, 2018


Theater Memphis

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday, 10 am – 5 pm

Box Office: 901.682.8323


Art/Race/Violence: A Collaborative Response

Photo by Cindy Putnam McMillion

Emmett O'Ryan Award for Artistic Inspiration

Special thanks to Metropolitan Bank and the Emmett O'Ryan family for their continued support of the Arts.

The Black Experience

A rebirth of [February] Black History Month


January 13 - 27, 2017

Thanks to the Editor and "The Pinch Journal" Staff

for selecting my work to be part of Volume 37, 2017 Spring issue.

The Tiny Work Show

Jay Etkins Gallery, December 9 - December 31, 2016

L | Ross Gallery

Holiday Exhibition, December 9 - December 31, 2016

Circuitous Succession Epilogue 3

October 21 - December 3, 2016

Art 101

The 101 Pop up Gallery Space, 101 South Main St., Memphis TN
October 7 - October 25, 2016

Politics and Power

October 6 - November 26, 2016, Ann Street Gallery, Newburgh, New York


The Kroc Center, Exhibition Aug. 10 - Sept. 14 2016

Memphis College of Art Alumni Exhibition

Memphis College of Art Presents the 2016 Biennial Alumni Exhibition


Exhibition June 3 - 25, 2016

Some Things are just Black and White

The Downtown Memphis Commission, April 22 - June 1

Change Agents: Personal Art as Political Tactic

Lamont Gallery, Phillip Exeter Academy, New Hampshire
March 25 - April 30, 2016