2023 Events and Shows

Coming this summer!

I am pleased to be a part of the show “Open to Truth and Change” at Gallery 220 in Havre de Grace, MD. This new gallery is part of the Havre de Grace Arts Collective, a group of enthusiastic creatives who are using arts to actively rejuvenate and beautify their town at the confluence of the Susquehanna River and the Chesapeake Bay. I invite you to see my fiber installation “Spatial Inequity” from July 28 to September 17. The opening reception is Friday, July 28 from 6-9 p.m. For more information, 


Gallery 220 is pleased to present “Open to Truth & Change,” an exhibition of interactive, installation pieces curated by Liz Lawson, which will be on view July 28 through September 17, 2023.
This grand opening of this show is free and open to the public, and will include a cash bar and live music by Nick Gennuso.
While the reception is free and open to the public, we kindly ask that you register in advance for headcount purposes. We look forward to to seeing you there!
“Open to Truth & Change” is an installation exhibit that investigates the very essence and consequence of human perception by challenging viewers to evaluate their approach to their own perceptions.
Are we open to fully experiencing all that surrounds us by being open to a state of unknown? Or do we approach our physical surroundings and new ideas with a predetermined state of assumption, fear, and consequent aggression? Can we see the truth around us if we carry such assumptions? Are we further creating a world based on reality, or based on assumptions from a fear of not knowing the truth?
This exhibition asks: Are you prepared to break down your walls and ask yourself these questions? Are you open to come to perceive your perceptions, and above all, are you genuinely open to truth and change?
Get ready to have your perception challenged through a number of beautiful, immersive and interactive installation pieces by the following artists: Sara Clough, Kayla Smith, Virginia Sperry, Bonnie Carrow, Brian Wessel, Nic Galloro, Khamari Smith, Derek Pentz, George Lori, Pamela Wilde.
Gallery 220 is presented by the Havre de Grace Arts Collective, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, and serves as a fine art gallery and true destination experience for all art lovers and patrons.
Gallery 220 not only serves as the new headquarters for the Arts Collective. Through a combination of curated art exhibitions and arts programming that educates, empowers, and entertains our community, Gallery 220 aims to become the creative hub within Havre de Grace’s entire Arts & Entertainment District.
Learn more about the Havre de Grace Arts Collective, our mission, and upcoming events and programming by visiting