The 17th Annual Small Art Show hosted by
440 Gallery
in Brooklyn - NYC

From Dec. 1, 2021 to Jan.7, 2022,

440 Gallery celebrates small-scale Creativity and Innovation with WHOLENESS: The 17th Annual Small Works Show.

In collaboration with MIDHEAVEN Network, this national juried show is a collection of artwork in a range of media and styles. This year’s show, for the first time, will feature a category of small performances: pre-recorded works of sixty seconds or less that may include music, spoken word, performance and theatrical works. The curated collection will be featured in several locations: 2D, 3D and multimedia will be presented and installed at 440 Gallery; a special broadcast will be aired on MIDHEAVEN Network; and the entire collection will be posted online at the 440 Gallery website. The Small Works Show attracts the attention of collectors and art lovers alike and is a favorite annual event for gallery followers.  

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"Rose Abstract"

"Rose Abstract" depicts the Nature in plenitude.

This is a 2D Mixed Media painting designed with recycled Nespresso pods.

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The Opening Reception 

"WHOLENESS" Exhibition presented  by 440 Gallery

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C'est avec les quatre artistes, CAROLE JURY-Peintre abstraite, GAËLLE HINTZY-
Illustrateure et ANNABEL PERRIGUEUR-Peintre/mix média, que les Women Artists

from France lancent leur quatrième et nouvelle exposition 100% féminine, en
collaboration avec OLD GARAGE GALLERY située à Brooklyn et MÉDECINS DU


Ces quatre femmes artistes, connues pour leurs univers artistiques singuliers ont,
pour la première fois, réuni leur art et créé des œuvres partagées.
Cet “art expérimental", comme elles aiment à le nommer, a donné naissance à des
pièces d’art inédites qui parviennent à juxtaposer des matériaux et/ou des couleurs,
à entremêler des mouvements, des lignes, à explorer les matières sous de multiples regards.
Une nouvelle étape est ainsi franchie pour les Women Artists from France, qui, grâce
à cette collaboration expérimentale, laisse entrevoir les émotions et l’énergie qui les
animent aujourd’hui, celles du renouveau et d’une nouvelle tranche de
vie venant effacer la tristesse des mois passés.
Du 11 au 13 novembre prochain, plus d’une vingtaine d’oeuvres s’installeront au sein
du nouvel espace dédié à l’art, appelé Old Garage Gallery au coeur de Brooklyn.
Enfin, pour donner du sens à cette dynamique créative, les quatre artistes ont choisi
de reverser vingt pour cent des bénéfices de leurs ventes à Médecins du Monde
USA, pour supporter leurs combats visant a faire progresser durablement le droit des
femmes, en favorisant notamment leurs accès aux soins de sante dans tous les pays où ils sont présents.

Six partenaires soutiendront l’aventure artistique :
French Wink, She for She, Women of Culture, Monsieur Brunold, Le Petit Journal
New York et PICTO New York, French Radar.

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News Release from the National Liberty Museum

Artists' Uncensored Views on Today's World

Our newest exhibition, Graphic Content, features graphic-centered artworks that act as social commentary, taking inspiration from counterculture tradition and giving voice to those outside the mainstream. It showcases 36 artists from around the world who use creative art mediums to confront and respond to difficult societal issues such as systemic racism, homophobia, climate change, and more.

SHRINE Gallery

presents its Digital Exhibition 

Group Show #4

This large scale exhibition was presented by Shrine Gallery located in New York City

from January to July 2021.

This was a new opportunity for me to showcase my large format custom-made artwork
with my favorite medium, recycled coffee pods.


Philly's Freedom - Artists speak out 

presented in the Live Like a Hero Gallery

October 16, 2020 – April 25, 2021

How do we define Liberty? What does it mean to be free?

These are questions and concepts that we have grappled with at the National Liberty Museum for more than 20 years and ones we posed to a group of talented artists from across Philadelphia.

 The Plastic Club 

presents its newest Exhibition

"Spring Head, Fall back" 

March to June 2021.


Heart for LIFE,

a virtual Exhibition dedicated to Nelia !

When I accomplished this Mixed Media painting last January, I learned that my friend's daughter, only 13 years old, was diagnosed with bone cancer and started chemo treatment!

Devastated by this news and revolted by this injustice of life, I promptly decided to dedicate this art piece to her for highlighting her struggles for LIFE!

Mixed Media painting featuring a Pop heart trimmed w/fabric on a flamboyant pink canvas.



Celebrating Values

2020 has been a challenging year !
Firstly, the COVID-19 pandemic plunged the world into an unprecedented health and economic crisis and then, weakened again by an upsurge of violence !
So, this situation led me to participate in evocative Art projects oriented towards Human Values !



"Keep HOPE Alive" 

This Mixed Media painting was part of a campaign featured by Amplifierart.org to promote mental health, well being and also, to thank healthcare workers devoted to save lives and took care of each other during this health crisis. 

"Keep HOPE Alive" because as Miguel de Cervantes, the famous spanish novelist  said  "Where there is Life, there is Hope !"

May 7th.



"Noble Values"

This colorful painting participated in the Protest Art Exhibition held by TheGalleries at CCBC.

In response to the tragic death of George Flyod in Minneapolis, Minnesota and the rise of violence directed towards racial minorities, I wanted to denounce the human cruelty and enhance Dignity & Integrity by peaceful means !  

June 12th.



"LOVE in the Air"

I committed myself with Artist Support Pledge 's community to support the work of Artists during this difficult time.

Artist Support Pledge is a not for profit company founded by artist Matthew Burrows on the 16th March 2020 in response to the Global COVID-19 Pandemic. 

June 28th.


The National Liberty Museum presents its new Exhibition

3 Jan - 3 Feb  2020

The We Can Be Heroes Exhibition is a major component of “Philly Loves Bowie Week.” A collection of mixed-media figurative and abstract artworks, it will explore the influence that the man who became known as the “Starman” had and continues to have on contemporary art. The exhibition will feature a mixture of neon and glass sculpture, as well as paintings and digital artwork from both local and international artists.

Intensity - Vibrancy

A Forbes Travel Guide Event

FEBRUARY 26-27, 2019


Forbes Travel Guide Gala

Beverly Hills, California