Born 1976, Boston, Massachusetts

Lives and works in New York City


Virginia Commonwealth University, Master of Fine Arts


Columbus College of Art and Design, Bachelor of Fine Art

Solo Exhibitions:


The Study of Shapes, SHRINE, New York, NY


Lakes, Devening Projects, Chicago, IL

Time and Space, Taymour Grahne Projects, London, UK


The Hole East Hampton, Phase Three, The Hole, East Hampton, NY

Seas, OCHI, Los Angeles, CA


The Great Fire, SHRINE, New York, NY

Four Seasons: A Solo Show, Deanna Evans Project, New York, NY

The Sameness of Every Day, Taymour Grahne Projects, London, UK


After the Ice, Taymour Granhe Projects, London, UK

Soft Nature, OCHI, Los Angeles, CA


Strange Light, Over Under Room, Brooklyn, NY

Into the Blue, Johansson Projects, Oakland, CA


Hello Sea, One River, Englewood, NJ

Observable Universe, Taymour Grahne Gallery, New York, NY


Sun, Stars, Sea, and Moon, Airlock Gallery, San Marco, CA

Ten Years, curated by Jon Lutz, Sprink Break Art Fair, New York, NY


Black Water Don’t Shine Like the Moon, Sardine, Brooklyn, NY


If You Ain’t a Reflection, You’re a Wave, Ampersand Gallery, Portland, OR


goodnight no one, Weird Days, Brooklyn, NY


Asea, Aloof, Mulherin + Pollard Projects, New York, NY


Lsot Time, Heskin Contemporary, New York, NY


Lonesome George, ADA Gallery, Richmond, VA

Forever Is, RARE Gallery, New York, NY


Letting Go, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

While You Were Away, ADA Gallery, Richmond, VA


Drawings and Paintings, Spector Gallery, Philadelphia, PA


Paintings, Stephanie Theodore at SCOPE, New York, NY

Two Artist Exhibitions:


Someday Morning, Brian Scott Campbell, Johansson Projects, Oakland, CA


NADA Miami, OCHI Projects, with Sam Shoemaker


Low Tide, with Claire Colette, Ochi Gallery, Ketchum, Idaho


Jalopies: A Tow Person Show, with Carl d’Alvia, Drive By Projects, Boston, MA


Night Waves, with Casey Cook at SHRINE, New York, NY


The Perfect Order of Randomness, with Julie Curtiss, Monya Rowe Gallery, Saint Augustine, FL


Artificial Son, with Kyle Breitenbach, Left Field Gallery, San Luis Obispo, CA


The World Outside, with Ryan Schneider, Gordon Galleries, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA


Golden Beams of a Laughing Sun, with Rob Matthews, Twist Art Gallery, Nashville, TN

Group Exhibitions:


Beach, curated by Danny Moynihan, Nino Mier Gallery, New York, NY

Death of an Outsider, SHRINE, Los Angeles, CA


Contemporary Curated: Landscape, WOAW Gallery, curated by Taymour Grahne, Hong Kong, China

Manscaping, The Hole, New York, NY and Paris, France

Double Up, My Pet Ram off site, Santa Barbra, CA


Maria Calandra: Pencil in the Studio, De Pree Art Gallery, Hope College, Holland, MI

Nature Morte, The Hole, New York, NY

Expanded Field, OCHI Aux, Los Angeles, CA


Paper View, The Hole, New York, NY

The Moon, Concord Art, Concord, MA


Fiery Rain and Movies, Cooling Sun, SEASON, Seattle, WA

The Politics of Pink, The Dot Project, London, UK

Does It Make a Sound, Ochi Gallery, Ketchum, ID

The Jules Olitski Project, Curated by Vittorio Colaizzi, Gordon Galleries, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA


Provisional Landscapes, Barbara Walters Gallery, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, New York

Through the Art of Painting, Deanna Evans Projects

In Paper We Trust, The Dot Project, London, UK

When Y was Thus Released, Ampersand Gallery, Portland, OR

The Twenty by Sixteen Biennial, curated by Geoffrey Young, Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York, NY

Somewhere, curated by 106 Green, Atlanta Contemporary, Atlanta, GA

Pro Forma: Context and Meaning in Abstraction, Curated by Vittorio Colaizzi, Work Release, Norfolk, VA


In Which We Dwell, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR

Magic, curated by Tiffany Calvert, Mercer County Community College, West Windsor, NJ

Lunacy, OyG Projects curated by Eric Hibit, Brooklyn, NY

Finding Your Way, Monya Rowe Gallery, Saint Augustine, FL

Pink and Green, Eddy’s Room, Brooklyn, NY

Casino Cabaret, organized and curated by Melissa Brown, Safe Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Sensorium, Kravets Wehby Gallery, New York, NY


The River Keeps Talking, Ampersand Gallery, Portland, OR

Image is Everything, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA, curated by Sue and Phil Knoll

The Ocean is Double Sided, SEASON, Seattle, WA

Let’s Go Away for Awhile, One Mile Gallery, curated by Erik den Breejen and Maria Calandra, Kingston, NY

I Am What I Am Not Yet, Madelyn Jordon Fine Art Gallery, curated by Diana Buckley, Scarsdale, NY

New Narratives, Storefront Ten Eyck, Brooklyn, NY


Quiet Please, RARE Gallery, New York, NY

Transcendent Landscapes, Drive By Projects, Watertown, MA

Not a Force But a Curvature, curated by Ryan Schneider, Novella Gallery, New York, NY

Interchange, Goldie Paley Gallery at Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, PA,

Nothing But Good, Park, Tilburg, The Netherlands


Endless Summer, curatred by Gary Peterson, Brian Morris Gallery, New York, New York

Chiaroscuro, Novella Gallery, New York, New York

Hydroflow, Silber Gallery at Goucher College, Baltimore, Maryland (catalog)

LAND, HO!, curated by Holly Coulis and Ridley Howard, VCU Fine Arts Gallery, Richmond, Virgina

Hypertrophic Visions, curated by Robin Reisenfeld, New York Center for Arts & Media Studies, New York, New York.

Nearly Neutral, Barbara Walters Gallery, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, New York (catalog)


I glove U, curated by Ridley Howard and Ester Partegas, Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, Virginia

Intramurals, AFA Gallery, Scranton, Pennsylvania (catalog)

Wide Field, curated by Joe Ballweg and Andrea Bergart, Joe Balweg’s Studio, Ridgewood, New York


Southern Cross, Grizzly, Grizzly, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (catalog)

The Nature of Drawing , Dowling College, Oakdale, New York


Flat Earth: Still Life as Landscape, Winona State University, Winona, Minnesota

Folksmusic, curated by Jon Lutz, Daily Operation, Brooklyn, New York

Natural Reaction, curated by Elizabeth Heskin at Metropolitan Green, Brooklyn, New York


Beautiful Human, curated by Shelley Spector, Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College, Haverford, Pennsylvania (catalog)

Vintage Violence, curated by John Gauld, Space 414, Red Hook Brooklyn, New York,


Political Winter Redux, Molloy College Art Gallery, Rockville Center, New York

The Indigenous Visitor, Heskin Contemporary, New York, New York

The Drawing Narrative, Jenny Jaskey Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, (catalog)

Spot Check: Academy Contemporary, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


The Colonial Show, curated by Leah Stoddard, Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, Virginia (catalog)

The Comic Uncandy, curated by Stephanie Theodore, Shaheen Modern & Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio

In Summer, The Song Sings Itself, Pentimenti Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

This Place is Ours! Recent Acquisitions at the Academy, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

One Day I Will Control the Sun, The Arsenal Gallery in Central Park, New York, New York


Posture and Expression, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Pencil on Glass, Sushi Art at Voz Alta Project, San Diego, California

Folklore for a New Millenium, Lawrence Asher Gallery, Los Angles, California

Introspective Men, Madder 139, London, England, curated by David Kefford

Drawing for It 2, Spector Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Casper David Séance, Jack the Pelican Presents, Brooklyn, New York

Hello Sunday, Sixtyseven Gallery, New York, New York, curated by Holly Coulis


This is for Real: War and the Contemporary Audience, State University of New York, Stony Brook

Death to the Fascist Insect That Preys on the Life of the People, Gallery 800, Brooklyn, New York

Toys in the Attic, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York, New York, curated by Stephanie Theodore

Pictionary, Kravets/Wehby Gallery, New York, New York, curated by Andy Cross

AC, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York, New York

The Great (Re)Masters, Spector Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Honeymoon With Romeo, Groeflin Maag Galerie, Basel, Switzerland, curated by Holly Coulis

Public Collections:


NYC Department of Education


Fidelity Investments, Boston, MA


Dogfish Head, Milton, Delaware


Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Residences and Awards:


Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant


Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, New York


Fellowship in Painting, New York Foundation for the Arts


Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, New York


Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, New York

Vermont Studio Center, Full Fellowship, Johnson, Vermont

Publications and Press:


Wolin, Joseph. ‘Art Review’. Time Out New York, Issue 989, February 12-18, 2015.

New American Painters, 2015, Issue 116.


“If You Ain’t a Reflection, You’re a Wave: Interview With Matthew Fisher”, by Ridley Howard, Huffington Post, March 14, 2014


Wolin, Joseph R. “ Critic Picks”. 26 April 2009.


Newhall, Edith.‘Drawing on Their Love For the Illustrative Art’, The Philadelphia Inquirer. May 23, 2008: W24.

Utter, Douglas Max. ‘The Comic Uncanny’, Art Papers, March/April 2008. Pages 56-57.


Fallon, Roberta, ‘Breezy Does It’, Philadelphia Weekly, July 11, 2007

Rapa, Patrick. ‘In Summer, the Song Sings Itself.’ Philadelphia City Paper. July 5 – 12, 2007. Page 28.


New American Paintings, 2006, Issue No 62.


Art Listings: East End. Time Out London, October 5 – 12 2005. Issue No.1833. Page 48.

Nüsseler, Hannes. “Honeymoon with Romeo.” Basler Zeitung. August 11, 2005. Seite 23.


Art Listings: Chelsea & vicinity. Time Out New York, August 19–26, 2004. Issue No. 464. Page 64.

Cotter, Holland. “Death to the Fascist Insect That Prey on the Life of the People,” New York Times, June 25, 2004 (E 33).

Johnson, Ken. “Toys in the Attic.” New York Times. July 30, 2004 (E 34).

Fallon, Roberta. “Copy Right.” Philadelphia Weekly. December 1-7, 2004. Page 42.

Fallon, Roberta. “Romance Language.” Philadelphia Weekly. October 27, 2004.

Vassallo, Christina. “All’s Fair in Art and Politics,” NY Arts Magazine, September/October 2004. Volume 9, Number 9/10.


Strauss, R.B. ‘Some First Friday Jewels for July.’ University City Review. July 4, 2007. Page 11.