The Hammer Museum publication, Graphite Journal XV ALMANAC includes "Navigation" and "The Kitchen Sink."

"Scrap Self Portrait" is included in Art Division's "Heads" show.

"Leaonard's Chair" at the Avenue 50 Studio benefit Auction.

"Scrap Flags" is in the Launch exhibition, "Divergent Synthesis" at the Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles

My painting "Anthony" is included in "Black, Brown & Beige," an exhibition at the Charles Mingus Gallery at the Watts Towers Art Center.

The Collective Memory Installation was a digital exhibition of artworks reflecting on the collective history of Los Angeles County, presented by the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture in partnership with Grand Park powered by The Music Center. The installation featured artworks by one hundred Los Angeles artists on 5 digital displays across a wide array of artistic mediums to share diverse community experiences and perspectives, highlight underrepresented histories, and celebrate the dynamic culture of our region. "Monarch" and "As the Crow Flies" were included. February 25 - March 18, 2023.

Facebook reminded me about this 2016 post. "Studio Visit" magazine reproduced "Navigation" and "Civics."

Facebook reminded me about this 2017 post featuring the exhibition catalog from Global Matrix IV, held every 5 years at Purdue University. My linocut "Skylight" is shown.

Signing limited-edition prints of "The Thinker," to be distributed as a member benefit for the new organization, Altadena Arts. Eleven other artists will create images as well.

"The Hand," the magazine for reproduction-based art, has graciously published another of my works. The linocut "Wooden Man" appears in the January 2021 issue 31.

I'm grateful to be included in the Hammer Museum's annual publication, GRAPHITE - issue 11. #graphitejournal #hammer_museum

April-May of the pandemic year 2020 found me looking inward and drawing weeds in the yard.

These 2 critters of mine showed up in OUTSIDER Magazine -- Art from the Outside, issue 3. "Ball and Claw" and "Confluence." Happy and grateful to see them.

3 tempera paintings from my “Not to Be” series complement a compelling work of fiction by Ryan Douglas in the Spring 2019 issue of “Open Minds Quarterly.” The venerable Canadian journal publishes work dealing with “mental health challenges, mental illness, madness, and/or neurodiversity.”

A short print residency at Cerritos College gave me the opportunity to become reacquainted with silkscreening and etching. Thank you Sergio Teran.

Grateful to be included in Issue Nine: The Cleve, of Full Blede. Thank you Sacha Baumann.

Happy to have linocut prints included in the ambitious collaborative print project: ImMigration at the 2019 SGCI/Texchange event in Dallas, TX.

Several artists have been given the opportunity to create art at Pasadena’s Armory Center for the Arts to occupy 8' x 8' foot spaces. I am making a number of items entirely from scrap materials, mainly wood, and I’m partnering with Greg Jezewski, who is also making his portion from scrap, mainly bottlecaps. Greg is a madly inventive artist whose primary subject is usually baseball.

If you find yourself near Pasadena between Dec. 22 – Jan 5, perhaps you can check out these “scrapworks” and the other installations. The Armory Center website has the dates and times when they will be open. Please note that they are closed Dec 24-26 and Jan 1.

“Tower” in the Remembrance catalog from the recently ended show at the Autry Southwest Museum.