Due to Covid 19, both of the 2020 shows I was slated to be in have been rescheduled for the same dates in 2021
Fleeting/Fled with Washington Sculptors Group – March 21, 2021 at Glen Echo Park, Glen Echo, MD
MELTDOWN with Washington Wax Works at the Rehoboth Art League in Rehobeth Beach, MD – May 7, 2021
Two of my encaustic works were purchased by Landex Development for the permanent collection of the the Artisan 4100 apartment and retail development in Brentwood , MD
Applied Heat: an exhibition of encaustic art
at Portico Gallery, Brentwood, MD
My encaustic painting Twilight (below) was accepted into the show 50 States, 200 Encaustic/Wax Artists at the Museum of Encaustic Art at the Encaustic Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM and is now part of their permanent collection.
Two of my encaustic works, Dovecote and Luminaries (below) were purchased by the Prince Georges County MD Arts and Cultural Heritage Division for their Permanent Collection this summer.
Eleven of my encaustic works on display in Washington Wax Works at Strathmore from May 2nd through June 10th Curator’s Tour: May 26th 1-2 PM
My assemblage A Garden of Want in times of When was purchased by Landex Development for the permanent collection of the Studio 3807 apartment and retail development in Brentwood , MD
My recent encaustic monotypes on display at Washington Wax Works Pop – up in Mount Pleasant, WDC
Nov 10- 25, 2017
One of my drawings was featured on the cover of the play, “Between Trains”, written by Juanita Rockwell
4 of my sculptural works were included in
at the Brentwood Arts Exchange
My work was part of the
Creative Corridor Exhibition
at Prince George’s Community College’s Marlboro Gallery
Washington Wax Works celebrating our exhibition
Heat + Light
at Studio Gallery, Washington, DC
One of my assemblages was featured on the cover of the book, “Blood Too Bright”, edited by my sister, Jerri Dell, a book of letters that are reminiscences of our grandfather, Floyd Dell, about Edna St Vincent Millay.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Montgomery County Arts and Humanities Council and the terrific help of photographer Mark Gulezian, graphic designer Marty Ittner and the on-line publisher Blurb, I was able to put out a catalog of my assemblage, shadowbox, and encaustic!
My work in encaustic has been included in the book
Encaustic Art in the 21st Century by Schiffer Publishing.
Check out this great book, edited by Anne Lee and E. Ashley Rooney.
Foreword by Kim Bernard and and Afterward by Ellen Koment.
Washington DC Debut of Washington Wax Works
at the Arts Club of Washington!
The opening reception is February 5th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
My article on encaustic and powdered pigment,
“Raising Dust” published in the winter edition of
Reception on Saturday, September 19th from 3:00 to 5:00 pm.
From September 10- November 1, 2015 at the Galleries of Takoma Park Recreation Center in Takoma Park MD.
Encaustic work by myself, Kevin Milstead, Kathy Anderson, Nancy Hacskaylo, David Evans and Marty Ittner and sculpture by Becky Borlan.
Closing Party on Friday, October 30th, 2015 from 7 -8:30 PM.
Zenith Gallery, in Collaboration with Ouvert Gallery
Ouvert Gallery, St. Michaels, MD
RECLAIMED | RETOLD
A pop-up exhibition of six assemblage artists who collect and combine found objects to create new artwork
April 3 – 25, 2015
First Friday, April 3, 6 – 9 pm,
Saturdays, 12 – 4 pm,
and by appointment
Opening Reception: April 3, 6 – 9 pm
6 East Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23219
One of my shadowboxes was featured on the cover of the book by Shivaun Woolfson, “Holocaust Legacy in Post Soviet Lithuania”, that presents the history and experiences of a group of elderly Holocaust survivors in modern day Vilnius.
The research that went into the book became the basis of the Surviving History exhibition I was part of in 2010.
The interdisciplinary traveling show traveled to Vilnius, in Lithuania, Durban and Johannesburg in South Africa, and now resides in Great Britain where it is part of the, collection of Living Imprint in London.
At the Glenview Mansion Art Gallery, Rockville, MD:
“Heated Perspectives” February 2 – Feb 21st , 2014
Washington Wax Works, Kathy Anderson, Marty Ittner, David Evans, Nancy Hacskalo, Kevin Milstead and Katie Dell Kaufman
“WAXY BUILDUP” May 11 – June 22nd, 2013
Washington Wax Works Debut Show
Including work by Kathy Anderson, Marty Ittner,
David Evans, Nancy Hacskalo, Kevin Milstead and Katie Dell Kaufman
at the 39th Street Corridor Exhibition Space, Gateway CDC Art Center
in conjunction with the 2013 Gateway Arts District Open Studio Tour
Exhibition and Fundraiser
My piece “Volunteers” — in the Home & Design Source Book, page 98/99. One of the editors nine top picks for wall sculpture.
The Art of Heat: Fused Glass and Encaustic Wax at Gallery Har Shalom in Potomac, MD.
In this exhibit my work will be showcased with two other encaustic artists and two glass artists. The opening will be from 11AM to 1PM September 9th, 2012. Har Shalom Synagogue is at 11510 Falls Road Potomac, MD. The show will run from August 30 through October 31, 2012.
My work “Future Perfect” will be featured in the online exhibition associated with Strange Glue – Collage at 100, a centennial exhibition of Collage curated by Todd Bartel of the Thompson Gallery/ the Cambridge School of Weston, MA (link to come)
A solo show of my Collages and Drawings in the Atrium Gallery of the Takoma Park Community Center February 3 – Mar 15 2012