Heartbreak Hotel: Phoenix O’Neill Live in Kingston NY

Heartbreak Hotel: Phoenix O’Neill Live in Kingston NY

2020-04-04 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM

AN INTIMATE PRESENCE

Cruel World – USA single release

The early press on vocalist Phoenix O’Neill would use words like “hypnotic” and “spellbinding,” drawing early comparisons to Amy Winehouse, Elle King, and Lana Del Ray, yet I would argue that Ms. O’Neill has invented her own category. Though we find her at the beginning of her odyssey, one simply cannot listen to her sample songs on SoundCloud without feeling enchanted. This talented performer possesses a bold, yet ultimately delicate vocal instrument that not only engages the listener, but beautifies the landscape of his or her emotions. Phoenix O’Neill is more than a singer. She is a mirror of the elegance in all of us.
While Ms. O’Neill has engineered an aesthetic methodology that would interpret for us the intricate workings of our own hearts and souls, the product is not manufactured solely through a conduit constructed of her own feelings and experience. There is more here than a singer expressing herself. As previously mentioned, Ms. O’Neill’s delivery is somehow globally representative, and this stems from a couple of critical platforms.

First, Phoenix O’Neill possesses an incredible gift on purely technical grounds, in the sense that her vocal travels seamlessly through more than just mood. In the same run, for example, she will often begin in the voice of a hopeful adolescent, and complete the brush stroke with the clever, intricate technique of a seasoned adult. Not only is this a marvel for the purpose of analysis, but the effect on the listener is absolutely visceral, felt right down in the fiber, as we harken back to the purity of youth while simultaneously connecting with her evolving world view.

The other interesting binary at play here would best be defined as a production issue, and that is how very close to your ear Ms. O’Neill seems when you listen to her music. Though most of her fans might be unfamiliar with the toggle switches and push-buttons needed to create this phenomenon, one can not deny that during a Phoenix O’Neill song, it seems she is sitting right next to you. Not only does this make her delivery more personalized, but it also gives the indication that she doesn’t need a lot of distancing tools that would create stylized yet impersonal narrators as opposed to this intimate interpreter who can tell us who we are, up close and personal.

Phoenix O’Neill recently came out with a song called “Cruel World,” which I would highly recommend for those who are not familiar with her prior material. The main vocal is mesmerizing, and the secondary echoes will haunt you like bittersweet memories. Another of my favorites is “Did You,” as here we have a crisp acoustic guitar accompaniment that gives Phoenix O’Neill the opportunity to deliver an exquisite vocal in terms of dynamics and texture upon a folk tapestry that gives accent to her depth and sensitivity.
Phoenix O’Neill is more than a diva.

She is the voice of our richest inner poetry.

View the video – Hear the song
Cruel World

For more about Phoenix Oneill visit her website.
Phoenix Oneill | Official Website

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    Artist and composer Mark Kostabi was born in Los Angeles in 1960 to Estonian immigrants. Raised in Whittier, California, he studied drawing, painting and music at California State University, Fullerton. Kostabi moved to New York in 1982, and by 1984, emerged as a leading figure in the East Village art scene where he cultivated a provocative media persona by publishing self-interviews reflecting on the commodification of contemporary art. By 1987, his work was widely exhibited in New York galleries as well as prominently throughout the United States, Japan, Germany and Australia. He inspired extensive international press coverage in 1988 when he founded Kostabi World, his Manhattan art studio, which employs numerous painting assistants and idea people. Beginning in the early 1990s Kostabi's work has been widely exhibited throughout Italy. Kostabi established a second home in Rome in 1996. Dividing his time between Rome and New York enabled him to dramatically enhance his presence in the Italian art scene.

     

    Kostabi produces a cable TV show, The Kostabi Show, where noted art critics and celebrities compete to title his paintings for cash awards.

    From 2000 to 2010 he wrote an advice column for artists, Ask Mark Kostabi, for Artnet.com.

     

    Kostabi has designed album covers for Guns 'N' Roses (Use Your Illusion) and The Ramones (Adios Amigos), Jimmy Scott (Holding Back The Years), Seether (Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray) and numerous products including a Swatch watch, a Bloomingdales bag, Alessi vases, Rosenthal espresso cups, and a Giro d'Italia pink jersey.

     

    Kostabi is also known for his many collaborations with other artists including Enzo Cucchi, Arman, Howard Finster, Tadanori Yokoo, Enrico Baj and Paul Kostabi.

     

    Kostabi has performed concerts internationally both as a soloist and with other musicians including Ornette Coleman, Suzanne Vega, Jerry Marotta, Tony Levin, Tony Esposito, Mark Egan, Tommy Campbell, John Lee, Paul Kostabi, Greesi Desiree Langovits, Gene Pritsker, David Taylor, William Schimmel, Gene Lake, the Composers Concordance String Orchestra and the Coro Polifonico “S. Francesco d’Assisi” di Terni. His compostions have also been performed independently by Rein Rannap, Kristjan Jarvi, Kathleen Supove, Absolute Ensemble, Maano Manni, Marko Martin, Ralf Taal, Delilah Gutman and the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra. His music has been performed in Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall and the Estonia Concert Hall. His CDs include I Did It Steinway, Songs For Sumera, New Alliance, Kostabeat, Grace Notes, Closer to First and Multiple Bridges.

     

    Kostabi is the subject of numerous documentary films, most notably Bottom Line: The Kostabi Phenomenon directed by Peter Bach, Con Artist directed by Michael Sladek, and Everyone - Jedermann directed by Paul Tschinkel. Full Circle: The Kostabi Story, directed by Sabrina Digregorio, My Italy, directed by Bruno Colella. Kostabi has a prominent role in the Emmy award winning documentary The Art of Failure: Chuck Connelly Not for Sale directed by Jeff Stimmel.

    Retrospective exhibitions of Kostabi's paintings have been held at the Mitsukoshi Museum in Tokyo (1992) and the Art Museum of Estonia in Tallinn (1998). The famous Italian art historian and curator, Vittorio Sgarbi, curated a vast exhibition of 150 Kostabi paintings at the Chiostro del Bramante in Rome in 2006. Kostabi's work is in over 60 permanent museum collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, the Brooklyn Museum, the National Gallery in Washington D.C., the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome and the Groninger Museum in Holland.

     

    His permanent public works include a mural in Palazzo dei Priori in Arezzo, Italy, a large bronze sculpture in the central square of San Benedetto del Tronto, Italy, a bronze portrait of Pope John Paul II in Velletri, Italy and large bronze sculpture in Largo Villa Glori, Terni, Italy.

     

    Kostabi has been profiled on 60 Minutes, Eye to Eye with Connie Chung, A Current Affair, Nightwatch (with Charlie Rose), The Oprah Winfrey Show, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, Nonsolomoda, West 57th, Between the Keys, CNN, MTV and numerous television programs throughout Europe and Japan. In print he has been featured in The New York Times, People, Vogue, Architectural Digest, The Face, Playboy, Forbes, New York Magazine, The Sunday Telegraph, Domus, Corriera Della Sera, Panorama, Artforum, Art in America, ARTnews, Flash Art, Arte, Arte In and Tema Celeste. The many books published about Kostabi include Sadness Because the Video Rental Store Was Closed, Kostabi: The Early Years, Conversations with Kostabi, The Rhythm of Inspiration, Mark Kostabi and the East Village Scene 1983-1987 and Mark Kostabi in the 21st Century.

     

    Selected Museum Collections

    The Museum of Modern Art, New York
    The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
    Solomom R. Guggenheim Museum of Art, New York
    Brooklyn Museum of Art, New YorkNational Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C
    The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
    Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
    Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
    Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, Rome
    Art Museum of Estonia, (KUMU) Tallinn, Estonia
    Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, Tennessee
    Trevi Flash Art Museum of International Contemporary Art, Trevi, Italy
    MUSEION – Museo d’Arte Moderna, Bolzano, Italy
    Duke University Museum of Art, Durham, North Carolina
    Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho
    University Museum at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Illinois
    Groninger Museum, Groningen, Holland
    Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, Rochester, New York
    The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, Florida
    Museum of Tirana, Tirana, Albania
    The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick
    Neuberger Museum at Suny Purchase, Purchase, New York
    Wright Museum of Art, Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin
    Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama
    University of Alaska Museum of the North, Fairbanks, Alaska
    Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona
    The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas
    Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado
    Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut
    Pèrez Art Museum Miami, Miami, Florida
    The Honolulu Museum of Art, Hawaii
    Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, Iowa
    Spencer Museum of Art, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
    New Orleans Museum of Art, Louisiana
    Portland Museum of Art, Maine
    Academy Art Museum, Easton, Maryland
    The University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, Michigan
    The Frederick R. Weismn Art Museum, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, Mississippi
    Saint Louis Art Museum, Missouri
    Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, Montana
    Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska
    Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
    Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire
    New Mexico Museum of Art, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    Plains Art Museum, Fargo, North Dakota
    Akron Art Museum, Ohio
    Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma
    Portland Art Museum, Oregon
    Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Pennsylvania
    Milwaukee Art Museum, Wisconsin
    University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, Wyoming
    Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University, Lewiston, New York
    Park West Museum, Southfield, Michigan
    Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
    Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey
    Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York

    Casa Museo Luciano Pavarotti, Modena, Italy

    Kingston Pop Museum, Kingston, New York

    Howard Finster Vision House Museum, Summerville, Georgia

    World Chess Hall of Fame, St. Louis, Missouri

     

    Selected Solo Exhibitions

    1981
    California State University, Fullerton
    Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, California

    1982
    Molly Barnes Gallery, Los Angeles

    1983
    Limbo Lounge, New York
    Simone Gallery, New York

    1984
    Molly Barnes Gallery, Los Angeles
    Limbo Lounge, New York
    Hal Bromm Gallery, New York
    Semaphore, New York
    Lucky Strike Gallery, New York
    Hal Bromm Gallery, New York

    1985
    Nada Gallery, New York
    Semaphore, New York
    Eastman-Wahmendorf, New York
    Semaphore and Semaphore East, New York
    Ray Hughes Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
    Australian Center for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Australia
    Paul Cava Gallery, Philadelphia
    Art Awareness, Lexington, New York

    1986
    Seed Hall, Tokyo,
    Folker Skulima Gallery, Berlin
    Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York

    1987
    Jan Turner Gallery, Los Angeles
    Freedman Gallery, Albright College, Reading, Pennsylvania
    Wiesner Gallery, New York
    Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago

    1988
    Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York
    Phillip Samuels Fine Arts, St Louis, Missouri
    The Morgan Gallery, Boston
    Access Gallery, New York
    Hanson Gallery, New York

    1989
    Tamara Bane, Los Angeles
    Fernando Alcolea Galeria d’Art, Barcelona
    Hanson Galleries, Beverly Hills
    Hanson Galleries, San Francisco
    Fly by Night Gallery, New York
    Hokin Gallery, Miami
    Alan Brown Gallery, Hartsdale, New York

    1990
    Govinda Gallery, Washington D.C.
    First Gallery, Moscow
    Mijor Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
    Hanson Galleries, New Orleans
    Hanson Galleries, San Francisco
    Ronald Feldman Gallery, New York
    Ergane Gallery, New York
    Gross McCleaf Gallery, Philadelphia
    Gallery Sho, Tokyo
    Seibu, Tokyo
    Studio d’Arte Raffaelli, Trento, Italy
    California State University, Fullerton

    1991
    Art Collection House, Tokyo
    Galleria Dello Scudo, Verona, Italy
    Art Collection House, Osaka, Japan
    Frank Bustamante Gallery, New York
    Galerie Kaess-Weiss, Stuttgart, Germany
    Hama Gallery, Tokyo
    Access Gallery, New York
    Galerie 1900-2000: Marcel Fleiss, Paris
    Elisabetta Frigieri Arte Contemporanea, Carpi, Italy
    Paolo Majorana, Brescia, Italy
    Galleria In Arco, Turin, Italy

    1992
    Galleri Max, Stockholm
    Martin Lawrence Modern, New York
    Sinimandria Gallery, Tartu, Estonia
    Mitsukoshi Museum, Tokyo
    Galleria Les Chances de l’Art, Bolzano, Italy
    Studio Spaggiari, Milan
    Galleria D’Arte Rizziero, Teramo, Italy
    Ginza Yamato Gallery, Tokyo
    Studio Cristofori, Bologna, Italy
    Vaal Galerii, Tallinn, Estonia
    Seibu, Tokyo
    Gio Marconi and Fondazione Mudima (collaborations with Enrico Baj), Milan
    P.M.M.K. Museum Voor Moderne Kunst (collaborations with Enrico Baj), Ostende, Belgium
    The Columbia Museum of Art (collaborations with Howard Finster), South Carolina

    1993
    Galerie Kaess-Weiss, Stuttgart, Germany
    Santo Ficara Arte, Florence, Italy
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Washington D.C.
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Santa Clara, California
    Hanson Galleries, New Orleans
    Hanson Galleries, La Jolla, California
    Centro D’Arte Moderna “Agatirio,” Capo d’Orlando, Italy
    Azabu Museum (Collaborations with Tadanori Yokoo), Tokyo
    Kobe-Hankyu (Collaborations with Tadanori Yokoo), Kobe, Japan
    Multimedia Arte Contemporanea (collaborations with Enrico Baj), Brescia, Italy
    Cradle Salon/Aoyama Commons (collaborations with Linda Mason and Seiichi Tanaka), Tokyo

    1994
    Nicolae Gallery, Colombus, Ohio
    Studio Gastadelli, Milan
    Hanson Galleries, New Orleans
    Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, New York
    Martin Lawrence Modern, New York
    Giavanni Di Summa Galleria d’ Arte, Rome
    Studio Spaggiari, Milan
    Sony Building, Osaka, Japan

    1995
    Dante Vecchiato Galleria d’Arte, Padova, Italy
    Guidi Galleria d’Arte, Genova, Italy
    Galleria Blu Art, Alba Adriatica, Italy
    Martin Lawrence Modern, New York
    Galerie Sho, Tokyo
    Galleria d’Arte Moderna “Il Castello,” Milan

    1996
    Centro Arte, Milan
    Elisabetta Frigieri Arte Contemporanea, Sassoulo, Italy
    Neuffer Am Park, Pirmasens, Germany
    Nicolae Galerie Colombus, Ohio
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Chicago
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Oakbrook,Illinois
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

    1997
    Oprandi Arte Contemporanea, Boltiere, Italy
    Scola dei Tiraoro e Battioro, Venice, Italy
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Los Angeles
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Newport Beach
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, San Francisco
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, New York
    Castello Doria, Porto Venere, Italy
    Galleria Nuova Gissi, Turin, Italy
    Galleria d’Arte Moderna “Il Castello”, Milan

    1998
    L’Immagine Galleria d’Arte Contemporanea, Arezzo, Italy
    Ferrara Arte, Ferrara, Italy
    Blu Art Arte Moderna, Alba Adriatica, Italy
    Galleria Arte Rotaross, Novara, Italy
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Sherman Oaks, California
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, San Francisco,
    Galerie Le Jardin des Arts, Jingumae and Aoyama, Tokyo
    Mitsukoshi, Shinjuku, Tokyo
    Hankyu, Osaka, Japan
    Galleria Soave, Alessandria, Italy
    Galleria Botero, Pescara, Italy
    Art Museum of Estonia, Tallinn, Estonia

    1999
    Galleria Pio Monti, Rome, Italy
    Rocca Malatestiana, Fano, Italy
    Le Bain Art Gallery, Rome, Italy
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, New York
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Oakbrook, Illinois
    Palazzina Azzurra, San Benedetto del Tronto, Italy
    Boxart Galleria d’Arte, San Bonifacio, Italy
    Studio G, Milan, Italy

    2000
    ArteCapital, Brescia, Italy
    Trevi Flash Art Museum of International Contemporary Art, Trevi, Italy
    Guastalla Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Forte dei Marmi, Italy
    Temple Gallery, Temple University, Rome, Italy
    Galleria L’Ariete, Bologna, Italy
    Guastalla Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Livorno, Italy
    Francesco Cancelliere Artecontemporanea, Messina, Italy
    Roger Smith Gallery, New York

    2001
    Fidesarte, Mestre-Venezia, Italy
    Galleria d’Arte L’Incontro, Chiari, Italy
    Floriana Tondinelli Art Gallery, Rome
    Per Mari e Monti, Treia, Italy
    Banca di Teramo, Teramo, Italy
    Marchese Arte Contemporanea, Prato, Italy

    2002
    Stefan Stux Gallery, New York
    Galleria del Tasso, Bergamo, Italy
    Galleria Nuova Gissi, Turin, Italy
    Galleria Faustini, Forte dei Marmi, Italy
    Galleria Rosini & C., Rimini, Italy

    2003
    Andrea Arte Contemporanea, Vicenza, Italy
    Galleria Civica di Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy
    Chiesina dell’ Ospedale, Meldola, Italy
    Adarte (Expoarte), Montichiari, Italy
    Pio Monti, Rome
    Scoletta dei Battioro, Venice
    Arte Contemporanea e Dintorni, Como, Italy

    2004
    Magazzini del Sale, Cervia, Italy
    Embassy of Estonia, Washington, D.C.
    Galleria Francocancelliere, Messina, Italy
    Centro d’Arte Mercurio, Palermo
    Excalibur Artecontemporanea,Solcio di Lesa, Italy
    Castello Visconteo di Vogogna, Italy
    Adam Baumgold Gallery, New York

    2005
    Ex Museo Civica, Spoleto, Italy
    Gallerie Rosini, Riccione, Italy
    Pio Monti, Rome

    2006
    Modenarte, Modena, Italy
    Galleria del Palazzo, Palazzo Coveri, Florence, Italy
    Adam Baumgold Gallery, New York
    Chiostro del Bramante, Rome
    Antico Castello sul Mare, Rapallo, Italy
    Galleria Imperatori, Porto San Giorgio, Italy
    George Billis Gallery, Los Angeles

    2007
    Per Mari e Monti Arte Contemporanea, Civitanova Marche, Italy
    Galleria Granelli, Livorno, Italy
    Patricia Correia Gallery, Los Angeles
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, La Jolla, California
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, San Francisco

    2008
    Casa dell’ Arte, Contemporary Istanbul, Istanbul
    Mercurio Arte, Palermo

    2009
    Per Mari e Monti Arte Contemporanea, Civitanova Marche, Italy
    Museo Civico Umberto Mastroianni, Marino (Rm), Italy
    Galleria d’Arte Ess&rrE, Ostia, Italy
    Mediart, Pescara, Italy
    Galleria d’Arte L’Incontro, Chiari, Italy
    Pio Monti, Roma

    2010
    Pio Monti, Rome
    Galleria Arte Spazio, Catanzaro, Italy
    Centro d’Arte Mercurio, Rapallo, Italy
    Per Mari e Monti Arte Contemporanea, (with Paul Kostabi), Civitanova Marche, Italy
    Palazzo Farnese, Campli, Italy
    Galleria Arte Barbato, Scafati, Italy
    Galleria D’arte L’Acquario, (with Paul Kostabi), Giulianova, Italy

    2011
    Galleria d’Arte Merighi, Varazze, Italy
    Galleria D’Arte Miro, Teramo, Italy
    Centro D’Arte Mercurio, Rapallo, Italy
    Mercurio Arte, Palermo, Italy
    Galleria La Nuova Forma, Lanciano, Italy
    Pio Monti Arte Contemporaneo, Roma

    2012
    Simboli Art Gallery, Florence, Italy
    Galleria Trifoglio D’Arte, Chieti, Italy
    BancaStato, Lugano, Switzerland
    L’ARCA, (With Paul Kostabi), Teramo, Italy
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, New York
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, San Francisco

    2013
    Aranciera di San Sisto, Rome
    Società Operaia di Mutuo Soccorso Piazza D’Albenzo, Spoltore, Italy

    2014
    Civico 20, Roccascalegna, Italy
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, La Jolla, California
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Costa Mesa, California
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Oak Brook, Illinois
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, New Orleans

    2015
    Sheyda Galleria d’Arte Annodata, Rome
    Tallinn Art Space, Tallinn, Estonia
    Temple University, Rome
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, New York
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, La Jolla, California
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, New Orleans
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Lahaina, Hawaii
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, San Francisco

    2016
    Galleria Di Nardo, Chieti Scalo, Italy
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Costa Mesa, California
    NUN, Assisi, Italy

    2017
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, La Jolla, California
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Dallas
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Lahaina, Hawaii
    Les Galeries Marval, Neuchatel, Switzerland
    Galleria Trifoglio Arte, Chieti, Italy

    2018
    Galleria Forzani, Terni, Italy
    GC2 Contemporary, Terni, Italy
    Mole Vanvitelliana, Ancona, Italy
    Galleria Trifoglio Arte, Chieti, Italy
    Palazzo Nanni, Campo di Giove, Italy
    RespirArt Gallery, Giulianova, Italy
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Lahaini, Hawaii
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Costa Mesa, California
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Shaumberg, Illinois

    2019
    Galleria Forzani, Chieti, Italy,
    Banca Fideuram SPA, Chieti, Italy
    Circolo Lavoratori Terni, Terni Italy
    CAOS Museo d’Arte Contemporaneo, Terni, Italy
    Università degli Studi “Gabriele d’Annunzio”, Chieti
    MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome
    Enoteca Comunale, Controguerra, Italy
    Castello di Semivicoli, Casacanditella, Italy
    Palazzo Filiani, Pineto, Italy

    2020
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, New York
    Park West Gallery, Orlando, Florida
    Mugellini Festival, Potenza Picena, Italy
    Villa Corallo, Sant’Omero, Italy
    Park West Gallery, Washington DC
    Park West Gallery, San Antonio, Texas,
    Park West Gallery, Galveston, Texas,
    Park West Gallery, Las Vegas, Nevada,
    Park West Gallery, Palm Beach, Florida
    Park West Gallery, Lake Tahoe, Nevada

    2021
    Park West Gallery, Sarasota, Florida
    Villa Corallo, Sant’Omero, Italy
    Park West Gallery, Sarasota, Florida
    Park West Gallery, Miami Beach, Florida
    Park West Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
    Park West Gallery, Galveston, Texas
    Park West Gallery, Asheville, North Carolina
    Villa Vitali, Fermo, Italy
    Martin Lawrence Galleries, Las Vegas, Nevada