EXHIBITS

     

    2018      (juried national exhibit) Fifth National Show of the

                  Monotype Guild of New England, Art Complex Museum,

                  Duxbury, MA (Juror: Judith Brodsky, Board Chair, New York        

                  Foundation for the Arts; Founder, Rutgers Brodsky Center for

                  Innovative Print & Paper)

    2018      (juried) Third Annual Juried Show, Maple and Main Gallery,

                  Chester, CT (Juror: Paul Batch)

    2018      Guilford Art Center Annual Student Exhibition, Mill Gallery,

                  Guilford CT

     

    2017      (juried national exhibit) Front of the House: Dining

                  Together in Objects and Images, Mill Gallery, Guilford, CT

                  (Juror: Amy Kurtz Lansing, Curator, Florence Griswold Museum)

     

    2017      (juried) Water, Colors of Humanity Art Gallery (Juror:

                  Janelle Cogan)

     

    2017      In Honor of 50 Years: Faculty & Student Exhibition of the

                  Guilford Art Center, Mill Gallery, Guilford CT

     

    2016      Game on! CityWide Open Studios 2016, Artspace

                  Gallery, New Haven, CT

     

    2016      Armory Weekend: CWOS 2016, New Haven Armory,

                  New Haven, CT

     

     

    COLLECTIONS

     

    Dean's Collection, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Yale University

    Private Collection, Zurich, Switzerland (commissioned)

    Private Collection, Cape Neddick, ME

    Private Collection, Cambridge, MA

     

     

    EDUCATION & RESIDENCIES

     

    Artist in Residence, Zea Mays Printmaking 2018, 2019

    Certificate course, eco-friendly Intaglio Etching, Zea Mays Printmaking 2019

     

    I have gained invaluable skills, knowledge and artistic growth working with artists Julia Rogoff, Lynn Peterfreund, and Liz Chalfin. I am deeply grateful to these talented and generous women and friends, who have helped me immensely in my development as an artist.

     

    Also helpful is the vast body of knowledge gained from my more than 3-decades-long research career scientifically investigating how the mind makes sense of the world — how we perceive incoming information and impose structure and meaning upon it, to create our understanding of the many worlds - physical, social, political, natural, and others - we inhabit.   

         

            BA in Psychology, McGill University

          PhD in Cognitive Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

          Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Science, Yale University