Group Show, Delaware Art Museum (2012-13)
Solo Show, Nailya Alexander Gallery, New York City (2012)
Individual Artist's Award in Photography from the Maryland State Arts Council (2012)
Cloud Canyons 2 is part of the Centennial Juried Exhibition at the Delaware Art Museum through January 13, 2013, John Ravenal, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Juror. A color catalog accompanies the exhibition.
Temporary Presences, a solo show of 13 of my hand-colored photographs, was at the Nailya Alexander Gallery June 14 to July 20 in New York City. See installation photos and read more.
A Plane Passes By was exhibited in Digital 2011: The Alchemy of Change at the New York Hall of Science, Queens, NY, September 3, 2011 - February 5, 2012. Jurors: Robert Devcic, owner-director of GV Art London gallery and Philip Ball, writer of popular science books (including some of my favorites: Branches, Shapes, and Flow).
Five hand-colored photographs were in Photo 11: Annual Juried Mid-Atlantic Photo Exhibition at Artisphere. Ran through September 11. Reviewed in Washington Post.
Co-organized and showed my work at an art-science presentation that helped kick off the International Sculpture Center 2012 Conference in Chicago.
My photograph of greater kudus courting is included in the 2nd edition of Principles of Animal Communication. See it here.
In September 2010 I traveled to East Greenland and photographed the rock formations and icebergs sculpted by wind, water, and geologic activity. Along with my other travel photographs, they're on Flickr.
I'm an occasional contributor to Artes magazine. Read my articles on contemporary sculpture and photography here.
Exhibited 13 hand-colored photographs of clouds in February 2011.
An exhibit of seven of my wall reliefs appearing at the Bloomingdale's at White Flint Mall in Kensington, MD, on the main floor, September 6 - October 9, 2007, as part of a nationwide store event with the theme "Artrageous." (below right) More information and photos.
Two public art projects combining art and astronomy (pictured below). Read more in the Murals section.
View an interactive resumé.
In March 2004, writer Geoffrey Himes, whose credits include the Washington Post and National Public Radio, wrote a profile which goes into my artistic development over the years, working process and conceptual framework. Read it here.
Helen Glazer, Owings Mills, MD, USA