The FL3TCH3R Exhibit

Reece Museum, East Tennessee State University
Socially and Politically Engaged Art
Artwork: Oleander
October 2 through December 8, 2023

The Center for Contemporary Arts

Abilene, Texas
CCAN 2023
Artwork: Oleander
September 8 through October 28, 2023

District Arts Gallery

Frederick, Maryland
Food For Thought, exhibition
October 5 thru October 30th, 2022

Buffalo Soldiers National Museum

Houston, Texas
Military Inspired Art (M.I.A.) 2022
October 1 thru November 26, 2022

The Center for Contemporary Arts

Abilene, Texas
CCAN 2022
October 1 through November 26, 2022


New York, New York
AWAKE online exhibition
September 1 through October 1, 2022

Studio Channel Islands Art Center

Camarillo, CA
Collector’s Choice 2022

March 2022


Si Gallery

Austin, Texas

August 8 thru October 1, 2021
Work was featured in Artsy

Shockboxx Gallery

Hermosa Beach, CA
Not! An Art Fair Show
June –  July 2021

Dougherty Arts Center

Austin, Texas
To Be Seen, A virtual exhibit celebrating veterans and active service members at AVAFest
Oct. 15 thru Nov. 15, 2021

Walt Disney Family Museum

San Francisco, CA
it’s a small world: A Virtual Community Art Exhibition
Dec. 2020

Art Fluent

International Art Exhibition
Nov. 2020

Artovation 2020: A Virtual Exhibition

TASA professionals and faculty members 
Oct. 2020

Las Laguna Gallery

Laguna Beach, California
2020 – Political Discord online exhibition
Oct. 2020

Hera Gallery

Wakefield, Rhode Island
Hera Gallery, in partnership with
Women’s Fund of Rhode Island
October 2020


Lubbock, Texas
National Juried Exhibition
Oct. 2020


Plano, Texas
Drawing: National Juried Exhibition 2020
58 artists from 22 states

City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs

2019 ART214 Juried Exhibition
2nd annual ART214 Juried Exhibition. A multi-venue visual arts project that showcases the works of artists who live in Dallas and the greater North Texas region from late March to early June 2019.

PrintHouston: Next 2019 National Juried Print Exhibition
NEXT2019, a national juried print biennial that showcases innovative and challenging works that transcend process and materials and present printmaking as a versatile and adaptable artistic medium.

Museum of African American Life and Culture

Thirteenth Southwest Black Art Exhibition, 1991
The Thirteenth Southwest Black Art Exhibition has proven to be one of the most extensive and incisive exhibitions of the Southwest Black Art Series. Initially created to promote the works of artists primarily from the Southwestern region, the exhibition has quickly grown to one prompting national interest and participation.


Group Show 1989
University of North Texas, Union Gallery