SELECTED EXHIBITIONS
SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2009:Causey Contemporary Fine Art, Williamsburg, Brooklyn:Druid Dreams of the Danaka
2007:Galeria Janet Kurnatowski.Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY:Mythic Light:Paintings
2006:Delaware Arts Center Gallery, Narrowsburg, NY:Rama's Light:Recent Paintings
2002:Queens College Art Center, Queens, NY:The Color of Memory:25 Years
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Tribes Gallery, NYC: Orpheus Rising
1998:Tribes Gallery, NYC:Inverting the Dream.
1997:Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
1993:Frankel Pariser & Rudder, NYC
1987:Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA
1982:The Queens College Gallery, Queens, NY

2-PERSON:
2006:Gallery64, Brooklyn, NY,Curated by Sheryll Durrant:The Spirit That Moves Me
2002:Hopper House Art Center, Nyack, NY:Curated by Bill Hochhausen
2000:Simon Gallery, Morristown, NJ
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Grace Gallery, NYC Technical College,Brooklyn:Without a Mirror

GROUP:
2013:chashama, NYC: Curator Jausz Jaworski:Curate NYC (2013)
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Online Exhibition, curator: Jim Sterankow
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Online Exhibition, curator: Jim Paul Goodwin
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Sideshow,Williamsburg, Brooklyn:Sideshow Nation
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Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Greenpoint, Brooklyn:Paperazzi 2
2012:Causey Contemporary Fine Art, Williamsburg, Brooklyn:Brooklyn Interwoven.
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(Hosted by Warren Lewis Sotheby' International Realty)
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Pratt Institute, Brooklyn,NY:Foundation:Faculty Exhibition
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Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Greenpoint, Brooklyn:Paperazzi
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Sideshow, Williamsburg, Brooklyn:Mic Check: (The Human Mic)(Occupy)
2011:Exit Art:Fracking:Art & Activism Against the Drill.
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(Curators: Peggy Cyphers, Ruth Hardinger, Alice Zinnes, and Lauren Rosati)
####:Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Greenpoint, Brooklyn:Paperazzi 2011
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Sideshow. Williamsburg, Brooklyn:I'ts All Good!! Apocalypse Now
2010:Lohin-Geduld Gallery, NYC:Art For Haiti
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Sideshow, Williamsburg, Brooklyn:It's a Wonderful Tenth
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Galeria Janet Kurnatowski, Greenpoint, Brooklyn,NY:Paperazzi 2010
2009:Chamot Gallery, Jersey City, NJ:Fifteen Artist's Holiday Show
####:Sideshow, Williamsburg, Brooklyn:It's a Wonderful Life
####:Cipriani Club, NYC
####:Painting Center, NYC, Curator: Janet Larose:Modern Romantics
2008:Sideshow, Williamsburg, Brooklyn:Peace
2007:Chicago Bridge Art Fair. Ch'i Contemporary Fine Art booth
####:Swarthmore College List Gallery, Swarthmore, PA
####:Michael Ingbar Gallery, NYC:Office Space: Bringing Life into the Workplace
2006:Causey Contemporary Fine Art, Williamsburg, Brooklyn:Six Degrees of Separation
2005:Lori Bookstein Fine Art, NYC:New Work
####:The Painting Center, NYC, Curated by Cathy Diamond:Crossing the Line
####:Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY:Crossing Disciples-Drawing
####:Times Square Lobby Gallery, NYC. Curated by Cyn McLean and Cora Jane Glasser
####:Art Gotham, NYC:The Square Foot Show
####:Drawing Center Registry, NYC (continuous viewing since 2001)
####:Delaware Arts Center Gallery, Narrowsburg, NY:Art of the Sixies
2004:Brent Sikkema Gallery, NYC:Visual AIDS
####:Artist Space, NYC
2002:Sperone Westwater Gallery, NYC:Visual AIDS
####:Ayce de Roulet Williamson Gallery, Pasadena, CA:Reactions
####:Exit Art, NYC:Reactions
####:Pierogi 2000, Williamsburg, Brooklyn. (continuous viewing from 2000-2002)
2001:Sideshow, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
####:Pratt Institute: The Rubelle & Norman Schafler Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
####:Chelsea Pier 60, NYC:Art for America
####:John Elder Gallery, NYC
####:New York Studio School, NYC. Curator: Karen Wilkin
####:Elsa Mott Ives Gallery, NYC:"Dreams"
2000:KeySpan Corporate Galleries, Brooklyn, NY. Curator: Kiesha Hayle
####:Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, MD:Snapshot
####:William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ: Curator: Nancy Einrenhofer:Intuitive Abstract Painting.
####:New York Studio School. Curated by Irving Sandler
####:55 Mercer Gallery: Curated by Joel Silverstein:Signal to Noise: Internal Narrative/Internal Form
####:New York University, NYC: Juror: Tricia Collins:Small Works Show
####:Seton Hall, Newark, NJ: Silent Poetry (sponsored by City Without Walls)
1999:Artist Space, NYC
####:NY Studio School, NYC:Raw Seeing
####:Elsa Mott Ives Gallery, YWCA, NYC:Wish You Were Here
1998:The Art Showcase @ The Bond Market Asso.NYC:7 Against the Grain
####:Grace Gallery: New York City Technical College, CUNY, Brooklyn, NY
1997:Elsa Mott Ives Gallery, YWCA, NYC: Curator: Janet Larose:Vision and Verse.
####:Salena Gallery, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY:Landscape:Vision and Spirit
####:New York Studio School, NYC: Curator: Dore Ashton
1996:New York Studio School, NYC:People:Places and Things
####:The National Academy of Design, NYC
####:Tribeca 148 Gallery, NYC
1995:NY Studio School, NYC:Thirty Years of Drawing
1994:Salena Gallery, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY:Landscape Painting
####:The National Academy of Design, NYC
1993:New York Studio School, NYC: Curator: Judy Rifka
1992:Tribeca 148 Gallery, NYC
####:The National Academy of Design, NYC
1991:QCCA Gallery: Curator: F.Quintanilla:Women Printmakers:An Intimate View.
####:BMCC Gallery: Curator: Linda Stein (permanent):Artists for Peace & Equality
1990:The National Academy of Design, NYC
####:New York University, NYC: .Juried by Alan Frumkin:Small Works Show
####:The National Academy of Design, NYC
####:BACA (Brooklyn Arts and Culture Association) Mimes and Miniatures.
######:(Juried by Irving Sandler, Irvine MacManus, Jenny Dixon)
####:The Queens Community Museum, Queens, NY: 28 Artists
1988:The National Academy of Design, NYC
1983:BACA (Brooklyn Arts and Culture Association):Mimes and Miniatures
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####:The Queens Community Museum, Queens, NY:28 Artists


PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:
Alliance Capitol Financial, New York City
First Albany Corporation, One Penn Plaza, New York City
Fabrico Manufacturing, Inc. Chicago
Frederic R. Harris, Inc., New York City
Kaye Insurance, Inc., New York City
Schein Pharmaceuticals, NJ
Wolf Block Schorr & Solis-Cohen
Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY, New York City
Queensborough Community College Art Gallery, New York
Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Sweet Briar, VA
Gil's Book Loft, Binghamton, NY


SOLO REVIEWS and INTERVIEWS:
Borderbend Arts Collective: website:WTFrack: http://bit.ly/LmgzTS (August, 2013)
Linda DiGusta:
Revolt Magazine:Art & Politics, website:Fracking: http://bit.ly/12rjPzk (July, 2013)
Jen Wallace:
Art Seen: Video: http://bit.ly/1a0mWr2 (April, 2012)
Mike Newton: The Indypendent:All Fracked Up (Jan. 20, 2011)
Pratt Institute,
CSDS (Center for Sustainable Design Studies) :
######:Two Video Interviews: http://bit.ly/1d70Fmt
Manuel Macarrulla:
Pintamanuel (April 21, (2009)
Joe Walentini:
Abstract Art Online:New York Views (Jan.15, 2007)
Gandalf:
National Public Radio affiliate station WJFF:Community Voices. Interview (Oct. 21, (2006)
John Graham:
National Public Radio affiliate station WJFF:Making Waves. Interview (Oct. 8, 2006)
The River Reporter:Traversing Dream Boundaries:
The Art of Alice Zinnes Comes ToThe DVAA
######:(Sept. 28 – Oct. 4, 2006)
Carl MacGowan:
New York Newsday:Inspiration’s Path:Landscape to Poetry (Dec. 8, 2002)
Angela Montefinise:
The Queens Tribune:When Homework Leads to Queens Artwork (Dec.5-11, 2002)
Mark Cohen:
NY Arts:The Exhilaration of the Dark:The Poetic Descent of Alice Zinnes (June, 2002)
Mark Cohen:Art New England: Alice Zinnes: Painterly (June/July 2002
Antony Hudek:
The Dartmouth:Children’s Fairy Tales Inspire Artist’s Works (Jan. 24, 1997)


OTHER REVIEWS and CATALOGUE ESSAYS:
Paul D’Agostino:L Magazine: Pleasure All Over the Place: Paperazzi (Jan. 30, 2013)
Doug McClemont:
Art News: Fracking: Exit Art (Feb. 2011)
Mike Newton:
The Indypendent: All Fracked Up (Jan. 19, 2011)
Joanna Zelman:
Huffington Post: Article on Exit Art Panel:Mark Ruffalo’s Crusade against Fracking:
######: The World Is Leaving Us Behind (Jan. 18, 2011)
Nell Alk:
NBC New York: We Need New York City Desperately: Review of the Exit Art panel (Jan 13, 2011)
Piri Halasz:
From the Mayor’s Doorstep (On-line column) (Feb. 2009)
Marquis
Who's Who in America 56th edition – present (2001 - present)
Marquis
Who's Who of American Women: 21st edition - present (1998 - present)
Marquis Who's Who in the World (2008-present)
Piri Halasz:
From the Mayor’s Doorstep (On-line column) (March, 2003)
Daily News:Art Opening at MetroTech (Dec. 10, 2000)
Nancy Einrenhofer:
William Patterson University, Catalogue essay:Intuitive Abstraction (Dec. 2000)
Piri Halasz:
New York Arts Magazine: Youth, Age & Mixed Media (March, 2000)
Piri Halasz:From the Mayor’s Doorstep (On-line column) (March 2000)
Piri Halasz:
From the Mayor’s Doorstep (On-line column): (Jan.1999)
Christopher Sippel:
The Art Showcase, New York City. Catalogue essay:7 Against the Grain (1998)
Courier: Lush Landscapes Come Alive On canvas (Oct 1997)
Janet Larose:The Elsa Mott Ives Gallery, New York City. Catalogue essay:Vision and Verse (1997)
Holland Cotter:The New York Times (July 2, 1996)


AWARDS and HONORS:
Grant: CUNY ADJ/CET Professional Development Fund, NYC, for personal website (2007)
Fellowship: The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Residency (2001, 1999, 1997, 1992)
Fleet Bank: Gallery reception sponsorship (1997)
Fellowship: Cummington Community for the Arts. Residency (August, 1993)
Julius Hallgarten Prize, for best painter under 35: National Academy of Design, NYC (1990, 1988)
Barklie McKee Henry Memorial Scholarship for study at Skowhegan School (1980)


TEACHING, LECTURES AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Pratt Institute (1999 - present). Adjunct Associate Professor, with CCE (tenure for adjuncts)
New York City Technical College, CUNY (1983-88, 1997 - present). Adjunct Associate Professor:
Skylight Gallery: Panelist: The Sacred & The Surreal: The Role of Spirituality in Abstract Art. Co-Curators:
Sherman Fleming, Brian Tate. Other panelists: Lenonardo Benzant, Jr., SOL’SAX, Danny Simmons
Swarthmore College (2012, 2013): Alumni Weekend lecturer and panel organizer
Exit Art: Fracking: Art & Activism Against the Drill. (2011) Co-curator, along with Peggy Cyphers, Ruth
Hardinger, Alice Zinnes, Lauren Rosati.
Exit Art: Panel Organizer. (2011) Panelists: Mark Ruffalo, Josh Fox, Christy Rupp (artist &
environmentist), Al Appelton (former NYC DEP Commissioner), Joe Levine (architect & founder of
DCS and NYH2O), Tracy Carluccio (Deputy Director of DRN)
Art Auction Organizer (2010-2011): to Benefit Damascus Citizens for Sustainability
ArtSource International Gallery, NYC (2010): Benefit Exhibition Organizer: Art for Water
Swarthmore College (2008): Guest lecturer and visiting critic
College of Staten Island, CUNY (1987-99). Adjunct
Baruch College, CUNY (1986, 1988-97). Adjunct
Chautauqua Summer School of Art (August, 2000): Drawing and painting instructor
National Academy of Design. (April, 2000). Panel: “Another Nature: Germinal Form and Spirit”
Brooklyn College, CUNY (1998). Drawing Instructor
Dartmouth College (January, 1997). Guest lecturer (slide presentation) and visiting critic
The New York Studio School, NYC, (January, 1997). Visiting critic
Swarthmore College: Panel: “Art and a Liberal Arts Education”: (Oct. 1996)


EDUCATION:
CUNY By-Law PhD. Equivalency (2004)
Queens College, CUNY: MFA in Painting (1982): studied with Rosemary Beck, C. Cajori, Louis Finkelstein
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (summer, 1980). Full scholarship
The New York Studio School: Certificate of Merit in Painting (1980): Studied with Peter Agostini,Leland Bell,
######:Gretna Campbell, Rackstraw Downes, Sidney Geist, Mercedes Matter,George McNeil
Swarthmore College: BA in Art History (1977)