February 05, 2004

Jul - Nov, 2004; "Seven Paintings from the Eighties;" Tower 49, New York, NY

Seven large scale paintings in a monolithic lobby in a modern midtown Manhattan skyscraper. This was more installation than conventional hanging. Thanks to Ross Nehrer and Pat Grande for making this happen.

Sept 9 - Oct 23, 2004; "All the Numbers I Know," Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

With Beth Caspar, Juan-Carlos Castro, Nicholas Evans-Cato, Matthew Deleget, Gilbert Hsiao, Monique Luchetti, Rossana Martinez, Shair Mendelson, Doug Morris, Jenny Perlin, Donna Sharrett, Juana Valdes, and Elizabeth Zawada. Currated by Meridith McNeal who, besides being one of the busiest curators in New York (she moved to Danny Simmons' Rush Philanthropoic organization since this show) is a highly original artist in her own right (see http://www.gallerythe.org/artist/mcneal/mcneal.html). Donna Sharrett's pieces are simutaneously meticulous in their execution and highly emotional and moving in their meaning(http://www.donnasharrett.com/).

Jan 12 - Feb 6, 2004; "Thought Patterns," Kent Place Gallery, Summit, NJ

"Thought Patterns, Patterns and Ideas in Recent Painting and Drawing," a group show with a number of artists including the wonderfully eclectic Jeff Woodbury. For more of his work, see his site at http://www.jeffwoodbury.com/galleries.html