Upcoming exhibition: 


The title connotes a time for refueling, deep breathing, and finding new energy.

I am honored to have been chosen by curator Jennifer McGregor for the show Respire at the BAU Gallery in Beacon, NY, among other talented artists.
The exhibition opens on August 12th with a reception from 6 - 8 pm and runs until September 3rd, 2023.

On Exhibition: Magical Underground, Oil, and Acrylic on canvas, H 24" x W 20."

Art That Matters to the Planet: Interconnectivity

The exhibition at The Roger Tory Peterson Institute, curated by Maria Ferguson, highlights the importance of interconnected relationships in building strong communities, using trees as an analogy.

Exhibition dates: June 24th - October 8th, 2023

Intimate Cooperation - Watercolor on Arches Paper, H 24"x W 18"

To plan a visit, please check the website for hours.

Roger Tory Peterson is credited with creating the modern field guide. He used art to educate people about the natural world and enable species identification without causing harm.


Imagining Conservation

I am so thrilled to be part of Re-Imagining Conservation: From the Ground Up, an exhibition of multimedia artists organized in partnership with Swale House, Creature Conserve, and Urban Soil Institute on Governor’s Island. The focus of the exhibition, seen through the lens of the artists eyes, is to view the relationship between healthy soil and all species health.

The show was curated by Mary Mattingly (founder Swale House, curator, artist), Heather Mc Mordie (curator Creature Conserve), Margaret Boozer (curator Urban Soils).

Pamela Casper, Mary Mattingly-

Curator, Artist, Founder Swale House

Pamela Casper, Dr. Lucy Spelman -

Founder Creature Conserve

Tatiana Morin, Chino Tanikawa -

Directors Urban Soil Institute

Review of 2022 and looking forward to 2023
It is too soon to announce what is upcoming for me in 2023; however, I have been so busy I haven’t had time to post about 2022.

I ended the year in November as an exhibitor at the Art Fair 14C, founded and curated by Robinson Hollaway, which took place at the Armory in Jersey City. I had a large booth and could display the full range of my Underground series to hundreds of people who passed through the fair over three days. It was my first Art Fair, and it was gratifying to hear so many people’s positive responses to the work and my environmental theme.