SElected ExibitioNS

2018/19—Fairy Tale/Scary Tale, Brickbottom Gallery, 1 Fitchburg Street, Somerville, MA; Group Show curated by Pauline Lim;       December 6–January 12.

2016, 2017, 2018—Joy Street Open Studios (fall) and Somerville Open Studios (spring).

2015—Holzwasser Gallery, New Art Center, Newtonville, MA; Repurposed Spaces: Artists of the Claflin School Studios, May 14–May 23.

2010—Dreitzler Gallery, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA; JustArts, group show, November 16–22.

2009—Harbor Gallery, University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA; In Steel, solo show, January 26–March 16.

2007, 2008, 2009—Newton Open Studios, Claflin School Studios, Newtonville, MA; open studios weekend.

1998—McDonald’s, Davis Square, Somerville, MA, Windows Art Project; installation of diptych, Golden Arches.

1997—Brickbottom Gallery, Somerville, MA; Painting/Stories, eight-person show, October.

1992—Brickbottom Gallery, Somerville, MA; 15, Somerville Arts Council grant winners.

1991—Central Library, Somerville, MA; Somerville Banners, solo show, June.

Brickbottom Gallery, Somerville, MA; 32, Somerville Arts Council grant winners.

Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA; By the Skin of Our Teeth, group show.

1990—Brickbottom Gallery, Somerville, MA; 27; Somerville Arts Council grant winners.

Vernon Street Studios, Somerville, MA; open studios weekend.

1989—Bromfield Gallery, South Street, Boston, MA; Works on Paper; four-person show.

1988—Bromfield Gallery, South Street, Boston, MA; Holiday show; group show.

Bromfield Gallery, South Street, Boston, MA; Close Relations; solo show.

Artworks Gallery, Hartford, Connecticut; Boston Artists Invitation; five-person show.

Vernon Street Studios, Somerville, MA; open studios weekend.

1987—Bromfield Gallery, Newbury Street, Boston, MA; New Work: Powell, Rizzi, Rounseville, Thayer.

1986—Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center, Cambridge, MA; ArtSmart, juried Somerville and Cambridge artists.

Somerville Hospital, Somerville, MA; Autobiographical Fictions, solo show.

Vernon Street Studios, Somerville, MA; open studios weekend.

First Baptist Church, Newton Centre, MA; New Work, solo show.

1985—Vernon Street Studios, Somerville, MA; open studios weekend.

Project Arts Center Gallery, Cambridge, MA; Out of the Fogg, work by employees of the Harvard University Art Museums, May and June.


1993—Arts Lottery Project Grant to paint 20' mural for Somerville Community Corporation's Multi-Service Center in Union Square, Somerville, MA.

1991—Arts Lottery Project Grant to produce a series of twelve 30" x 60" banner/paintings of Somerville city workers for exhibition at the Somerville Public Library in June.

Somerville City Hall Commission awarded by Mayor Michael E. Capuano to paint and construct 9' x 6' mural, E. Pluribus Unum, of Somerville city workers for permanent exhibition in the lobby of Somerville City Hall. The lower half of the mural Incorporates a wooden frame carved by artisans employed by the WPA, Works Progress (renamed Projects) Administration, part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's American New Deal agency circa 1939.

1990—Arts Lottery Project Grant to work with three Somerville High School students as models for large diptych painting, Golden Arches.


Somerville Journal, Visual artists find fertile ground in city studios and homes,  “The Art Beat of Somerville,” by Kate Schultz, May 13, 1993.

AFSCME 93 (Journal of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees), Somerville mural honors city workers, April-May, 1991.

Somerville Journal, Familiar faces now adorn City Hall, by Eric M. Stahl, February 14, 1991.

The Hartford Courant, Boston Artists Invitational, by Matt Damsker, Sunday, January 24, 1988.

The Boston Herald, Grants make art happen in Somerville, "Gallery Scene," by Joanne Silver, February 16,

Somerville Journal, Arts Lottery winners to hold exhibit, February 1, 1990.

Somerville Journal, Studios Offer Rooms with 11 View, by Meg Sperber, May I, 1986. 

The Tufts Daily, Open Studios Present Art for All, by Chris Grinnell, April 25, 1986.

Harvard Gazette, Guardians of the Fogg Mount An Exhibition of Their Own, May 24, 1985.

Artist in Residence

1999—Potash Arts Community, Cummington, MA, August. 

1998—Potash Arts Community, Cummington, MA, August.


Costume Design: Designed and built costumes for A Midsummer Night's Dream (summer 1977), Blythe Spirit (spring 1978), The Real Inspector Hound (summer 1979), The Good Person of Szechwan (fall 1979), Wilde Tales (summer 1981), and Bosoms and Neglect (January 1986) for the Cambridge Center Performance Group.

Mask Design and Construction: for the Boston Shakespeare Company's production of Much Ado About Nothing (winter 1977).

Set Design: Designed and built the set for Wilde Tales and Bosoms and Neglect, Cambridge Center Performance Group.

Actor (selected roles): Eva Jackson, The Rimers of Eldritch by Lanford Wilson; Hermia, A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare; The Bride (La Novia), Blood Wedding (Bodas de sangre), Federico García Lorca, Cambridge Center Performance Group.


1992—Somerville Arts Council, Chair of Recruitment Committee.

1991—Juror, Somerville Garden Awards, visited 12 home gardens in Somerville and awarded prizes to two winners and to two runners-up, July.

Elizabeth Peabody House and Winter Hill School, with two other artists, led workshops for 4th and 5th graders in summer programs to paint life-size self-portraits, which we hung in Davis Square for Art Beat, a one-day festival in September.

Somerville Arts Council, member


School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; Museum School Diploma, Painting.

Boston University, Boston, MA; Bachelor of Arts, French Language and Literature.