Solo Exhibitions

Ben Navaee Gallery, Face & Figure, Jan 11-Feb 14, 2018
Ben Navaee Gallery, March 10th-16th 2017
Yorkville Public Library December 2015
Glad Day Bookshop, Portraits and Paintings, Toronto, Mar. 2014
Exhibition at The Hub, Coffee House, Toronto, Dec. 2011- Jan. 2012
Starbucks Art Display, June 2010
Runnymede Public Library, Toronto April 2009
Parliament St. Public Library, Toronto, May, 2008
Parliament St. Public Library, Toronto, April 2006
Starbucks Art Display, Toronto, February 2005
Annex Art Centre, Toronto 2003
Annex Art Centre, Toronto 2001
Wagner Rosenbaum Gallery, 2000
Annex Art Centre, Toronto 1997
Temple for Hair, Toronto, June, 1994
291 Gallery, Toronto, June, 1991
Fulford Gallery, Ottawa, April, 1991
Squeeze Club, Toronto, February, 1991
Latcham Gallery, Stouffville, June, 1990
Negrill Restaurant, Toronto, November, 1989

Group Exhibitions

John B. Aird Gallery’s Drawing 2019, on display from January 31-February 22, 2019
Faema Cafe, Sept to Dec. 2018

Night Party show, Toronto  June 2017
Nuit Rose 2017, Daniels Spectrum Building. June 2017
Diverse City Show, Windsor, Ont. May 2017
Ben Navaee Gallery, November 11, 2016
Pero Restaurant 812 Bloor St. W March-July 2016  
Nuit Rose, June 2016
All About Queer Film May 2016
Ben Navaee Gallery June 2015
Artscape Young Place, NUIT ROSE, Toronto, June 2014
Glad Day Bookshop, ALL ABOUT QUEER FILM, Toronto, May 2014
Glad Day Bookshop, POWERHAUS, Sept 2012
Bezpala Brown Gallery, Raw Me, Toronto June 2011
Bezpala Brown Gallery, Last In, Toronto, Oct. 2010
John B. Aird, Juried Drawing Show, Toronto, Feb. 2010
Redeye Studio Gallery, Toronto, March 2009
Gallery Stratford, Stratford, March 2008
John B. Aird Juried Drawing Show Feb 2008
AGO Student Works, Fall 2005
Gallery Arcturus, Toronto, March 2005
Burston Gallery, Toronto, Dec. 2004
Gallery Arcturus, Toronto, Jul. 2004
Prince Arthur Fine Arts, Aug. 2003
Lightside Gallery, Santa Fe, Nov. 1994
Alexander Gallery, Toronto, Aug. 1994
Partisan Gallery, Toronto, Dec. 1993
Brampton Public Art Gallery, Oct. 1990
Columbus Centre, Toronto, 1988
Open Studio Gallery, Toronto, 1987
International Print Show, Taipei, 1987
Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, 1986
Sarah Lawrence College, N.Y., 1982

Private Collections

Julianne Hodgins, Teacher
Heather Hay, President, Fierte Canada, LGBTQ Activist
Sonja Scharf, Photographer, Akasha Art Projects
Kelly Kyle, Photographer, Akasha Art Projects
Jenny Knox, Massage Therapist
Jenny Knox, Massage Therapist
Susan Aharan, Building Manager
Andrew Jackson, Actor
Bill Wanstrom, PR Manager
Merlin Homer, Visual Artist
Joy Gooding, Major Gifts Officer, TIFF
Michael Kimmel, Southern California author and Psychotherapist
Murray Pomerance, Toronto Writer
Tammy Sage, Botanist and Biology Prof. U of T
Simon Reynolds, Film Maker
Andrew Burashko, Concert Pianist
Laurie Brown, Arts Reporter and Writer
Bill Graham, Liberal MP
Richard Monette, Artistic Director of Stratford
Judith Thompson, Canadian Playwright
Avril Benoit, CBC Arts Reporter
Ellen Manney, Arts Educator
Laura McLauchlan, Toronto Writer
Brenda Bazinet, Actor
Martha Baillie. Toronto Writer
Jamie Cunningham, New York Dance Choreographer and Actor
Rodney Archer, English Poet
Paula Cohen, Arts Educator
Jim George, Diplomat
Graham Jackson, Toronto Writer / Jungian Analyst
Quoc Bao Dang, chef
Jeff Johnston, Environmental Designer
Fariz Kovalchuk, Gallery Director and Visual Artist
Lisah, owner of The Hub
Donald Ainslie
Antonio Calcagno, Philosophy Professor, University of Western
Fadi Abou-Rihan, Freudian Analyst
Leslie Robinson, Student
Cris Costa-Haigler
Mel Costa-Haigler
Marc Bilz, Paramedic
Parris Sander, Legal administrator.
Tamara Cosby, Language instructor
Georgia Wilder, Poet and Entrepreneur

Awards and Special Showings

Banners displayed at Power Camp for Girls 2006 to 2009
Art showcased at Grassroots, February, 2007
Art showcased in TV Series: Metropia, October, 2004
Best Printmaking Award, Toronto Indoor Art Show, June 1993
Mural for Negrill Restaurant, 1989
Outstanding Achievement in Art; Woodstock International School,
Mussoorie, India, 1978


Toronto School of Art: Printmaking and Illustration, 1985
Teaching Certificate: Diploma in Child Study, University of Toronto, 1984
Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts, Sarah Lawrence College, N.Y. 1982

Theatre Work

Performed in From the Horse’s Mouth, Buddies in Bad Times, World Pride, June 2014

Designed animal figures for skrims
Theatre production of The Glass Menagerie 2007
Directed by Jamie Cunningham

Designed Poster for Fringe Theatre Production 2006
Directed by Brenda Bazinet

Children’s Production of Twelfth Night 2006
Directed by Judith Thompson
Set design and set painter

Children’s Production of King Lear 2005
Directed by Judith Thompson
Set designer and set painter

Power Play directed by Richard Monette 1992; Set Painter

Cover Art

Art Gallery of Ontario Publication of a celebration of The Gallery School 1930-1980
Benefits and Donations
Art donations for the following: Two works to OCAD “ Whodunit” Fundraiser Nov. 2007
8th Annual Pen Canada Benefit Silent Auction #4, hand-painted two children’s chairs
from The Institute of Child Study on Walmer Rd.
Cap Aids Benefit: donated two paintings Nov. 2003
Palmerston School Council Fundraising (provided 2 paintings)

Graphic Highlights

Numerous brochures and invitations including
Brochure for The K.M. Hunter Foundation artist awards program
Invitation brochure for production of Othello at Hart House theatre
Annual Invitation for K.M. Hunter Artist Awards Event
Illustration for story by David Lewis Stein published in The Star
Numerous other invitations for private party and art show events


Artist in Residence at Palmerston Public School, Toronto, Sept 2002 to June 2004

Related Experience

Vice President and Arts administrator for K.M. Hunter Charitable Foundation