Inaugural Group Show at Unisex Salon

I'm proud to be a part of the inaugural exhibition of Unisex Salon...

We are pleased to announce a new collective space, Unisex Salon.  Taking our name from the business that previously occupied the storefront, we are using the salon, in the art historical sense, as a model for the space. The complete conceptual and structural armature of this endeavor is still in progress, but we hope to create a space for conversation and community.

With this in mind, we invited a group of artists to join this conversation with us, and present incomplete works from their studios.  In the Works includes pieces by Eric Ashcraft, Ben Thorp Brown, Emmy Catedral, Oasa DuVerney, Melisa Hopson, Kricket Lane, Phi Nguyen, Shawn Powell, James Powers, Sophia Rauch, Winslow Smith, Quintin Rivera-Toro, and Adrienne Tarver.

Please join us Sunday, April 3rd, 2-6pm at 133 Manhattan Ave for unfinished art in an unfinished space.

Yours truly,

Jonathan Elliott, Brian Hubble, Sean Ward, Annie Wischmeyer

BRIC Brochure

My work is featured on the Spring BRIC Brochure and information about my upcoming show inside!

Solo show at BRIC Arts Media

I’m happy to announce my upcoming solo show, Eavesdropping, at BRIC Project Room in downtown Brooklyn next month. I invite you to join me for the opening reception. 

Opening reception: Thursday, March 10 from 6 - 9 pm

Exhibition open March 1 - 27, 2016 from 10am - 6pm daily (except Mondays)

Video portion projected as part of Garage Door Video series from Feb. 29 - Mar. 16

Interested in exploring the notions of insider, outsider and the other, artist Adrienne Elise Tarver will create an installation to exploit our curiosity of what’s within the barriers and question what is gained (and at the same time lost) once we’ve looked inside. She does this with both large scale video projections and a miniature model home, to explore the life of a woman from an old photograph she found in a thrift store. Young, black, and female, wearing glasses and facing the camera, Tarver was enticed by her anonymity, and built a story about the woman, starting with her home and finding the narrative as the pieces came together. 

 - Curated by Jenny Gerow


BRIC Arts Media House - Project Room

647 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY

(Enter on Rockwell Place)

Easily accessible from the Q, R, B, A, C, G, 2, 3, 4, 5 trains

Gowanus Open Studios - Curator Led Tour Stops

I'm excited to participate in this year's Gowanus Open Studios. My studio (located at 400 3rd. Ave (corner of 6th St.), Brooklyn, NY) will be open to the public from 12-6pm on Saturday and Sunday, October 17 & 18. Please come by a visit!

If you want someone to help you navigate the many studios in Gowanus (and there are tons), hop on a Curator-led tour. I'm partial to two in particular, since these two lovely curators have chosen me to be a studio stop on their tours: 

  • Curator/writer Ben Sutton's tour, "What's Amiss" -  Saturday, Oct. 17 from 4-6pm. Sign up for Ben's tour, HERE
  • Curator/Gallery Director Krista Saunders Scenna's tour "The Great Gowanus Scavenger Hunt,"- Sat. Oct 17 from 4-6 pm. Sign up for Krista's tour, HERE

For more info:




Posse - Group show in Aspen, Colorado

PRIVATE RESIDENCE is pleased to announce its inaugural group exhibition, Posse. Presenting 10 new artworks, 3 site specific installations and 1 asteroid, Posse takes the energy of an apartment gallery to a destination town in the Rockies. 

Featuring work by Dana DeGiulio, Sarah Grass, Brian Hubble, Charles Anthony Lewis, Lee Puckett, Sophia Rauch, Winslow Smith, Matt Snyder, Adrienne Tarver, and Clare Torina.

Please join us for the opening reception of Posse on July 25, 4 - 7PM 

PRIVATE RESIDENCE 240 Deer Ridge Lane, Snowmass, CO.


For more information please contact Sophia Rauch at or 510 847 8702

Brooklyn Art Space Residency

I'm happy to announce that I've been accepted to a 6-month Studio Residency at Brooklyn Art Space for January - June 2015. 

Stay tuned for exhibition and open studio dates.

Convergence: BU Alumni Exhibition

I'm excited to be included in an exhibition at my alma mater, Boston University, celebrating 60 years of the School of Visual Arts. I'm even more excited to be able to go to the opening and reconnect with everyone at BU.

October 24–December 14: Convergence: 60th Anniversary Alumni Show
Opening Reception: Friday, October 24, 6-8 pm

In celebration of the College of Fine Arts 60th Anniversary, the School of Visual Arts presentsConvergence, its first large-scale alumni exhibition in Boston University’s 808 Gallery. Featuring the work of over 100 alumni spanning the full history of the school, this juried exhibition presents a sweeping picture of the school’s legacy and impact. The exhibition is held as part of CFA’s 60th Anniversary programming.

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New York state of mind

I'm excited to say that I will be leaving Sydney for a bit. I've been accepted to the The League Residency at Vyt in Sparkill, NY with a Distinguished Artist Scholarship for an 8 week residency starting this September. Click here to learn more about Vyt.

It will be nice to spend some time on the Hudson, but also have easy access to the city.

They host Open Studio events once a month and provide a free shuttle from NYC to the residency. More news on exact dates and shuttle times for Open Studios as the date approaches.