The following list indicates the exhibitions in which the artist’s works have been presented, are being presented, or will be presented to the public.


Current Ongoing (or soon-to-be-ongoing) Exhibitions


  • “SoloS – 6th International Solo Exhibitions – Spring 2022” sponsored by ExhibiZone, planned for September 1 – 30, 2022 (details to follow when link is available)


The Artist with “When Wisdom Fades as Knowledge Grows”

Here is a poster prepared for the exhibition.


Here is a poster prepared for the exhibition.

The Artist with “When Wisdom Fades as Knowledge Grows”

  • “Observica Magazine – Special Edition 2021” (acceptance recently announced, details to follow regarding which work or works were selected)
  • “Red” online exhibition, Colors of Humanity Art Gallery, February 1- 28, 2022 (https://www.colorsofhumanityartgallery.com/)
    • Khaos in Kabul 
    • Kenosha: A Moment of Silence, Please. And Now???

    • Out With the Old, In With the New

Below is the corresponding poster.

  • How I Remember 2020″ Exhibition, Art Show International (Winners Gallery – How I Remember 2020 | Art Show International)
    • Rage vs. The Blue Wall (Version 1) – Honorable Mention Award
    • Rage vs. The Blue Wall (Version 2) – Honorable Mention Award
    • Science … Bah! Humbug! (1970 and 2020 Version) – Finalist Award
Prior Gallery Exhibitions


  • “New Beginnings”, sponsored by the North County Society of Fine Arts at the Escondido Arts Partnership Municipal Gallery through December 6, 2021 at 262 East Grand Avenue, Escondido, California (northern San Diego County).  Thanks to everyone who dropped into the reception on Saturday, November 13.  I enjoyed connecting with a number of people who stopped to linger at my works … if you were one of those who stopped to appreciate the work that I do, thank you very much! 
    • When Wisdom Fades as Knowledge Grows (first time exhibited publicly)
    • The Blue Wave of 2020
    • The End of Democracy in the National Interest?
When Wisdom Fades as Knowledge Grows
  • Solo Exhibition and Private Reception:  My solo exhibition at the Escondido Arts Partnership Municipal Gallery in northern San Diego County, June 12 – July 31, was enjoyable and successful in sharing my art publicly.  Fellow artists, those in political circles, and many others dropped in during the course of the exhibition to discover what “The Art of Socio-Political Abstractionism” is all about.  Thanks to all those who attended the exhibition, and special thanks to everyone who took the time to attend the Private Reception which was on Opening Day, Saturday, June 12, 2021!  Many people were able to witness the country sinking further into the swamp, or rising out of the swamp, via the mechanized work “All Together Now: Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho, Into the Swamp We Go”.  If you missed that experience and discussion, you are always free to see the video on my “Portfolio” page.  And please, continue to support the arts to the extent that you are comfortable, including the Escondido Arts Partnership Municipal Gallery (http://escondidoarts.org)
    What a Great Opening Day and Reception It Was!


  • “Obsessed” Exhibition, March 20 – April 16, 2021, at Art on 30th (Ashton Gallery), 4434 30th Street, San Diego, CA (Art on 30th – An Arts Community in San Diego – Home).   
    • If I Can’t Have It, Nobody Can (Small Experimental Blowtorched Acrylic Version #1)
  • Regional Invitational at The Studio Door gallery in Hillcrest (San Diego, California), September 4 – 26, 2020 (https://thestudiodoor.com).
    • The Blue Wave of 2020 

  • 2019 LA Open at the TAG Gallery in Los Angeles, California, December 18, 2018 – January 18 2019 (https://www.taggallery.net/la-open-2019).
    • The Top Topples was selected for exhibition by James Panozzo, Executive Director of LAUNCH LA and Co-Founder of Annual TARFEST Music & Art Festival at La Brea Tar Pits.

  • Connections exhibition at the Center for the Performing Arts, Poway, California, June 1 – 29, 2018.
    • Maria was selected for exhibition by Ariel Plotek, Ph.D., who at the time was Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, The San Diego Museum of Art.  Please refer to the “Portfolio” tab for a description of this work inspired by events following Hurricane Maria.

Prior Online (Virtual) Exhibitions

Inclusion in Actually-Printed Magazines or Other Publications
  • Murze Magazine, Issue Ten, “Double Vision” section, issued February 5, 2020.  With Murze being a British publication, based in London and distributed internationally, this represents the first international recognition of the artist and his art genre of Socio-Political Abstractionism.
    • All Together Now … Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho, Into the Swamp We Go (page 31)
  • Salann Magazine, Volume 1
    • Swamp Monsters (page 228)
    • Maria (pages 52-53 and 228)
    • Smear Campaign (page 228)
    • What the Hell Do You Have to Lose? (page 228)
    • Dare to Say ‘Diversity’ (page 228)
  • Salann Magazine, Volume 2 (pending publication)
    • Blue Period – III (page number to be determined)
    • No Chaos (page number to be determined)


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