Mark is pleased to be participating in a benefit for Angell Memorial Veterinary Hospital and the MSPCA at the Lanoue Gallery of Boston. Mark's sculpture of a dalmatian firehouse dog, Hero, will be on display throughout the month of August. For details please visit here.
Each year Mark exhibits in his hometown of Westerly, Rhode Island. The Virtu Art Festival is held each Memorial Day weekend in beautiful Wilcox Park adjacent to the historic Westerly Library. The show runs Saturday and Sunday, May 26 & 27, from 10am to 5pm.
Mark will be exhibiting at the Architectural Digest Design Show for the tenth consecutive year in 2018. The pinnacle show of the design industry, ADDS showcases major brands to studio makers of furniture, appliances, lighting, art and crafts. Mark's booth is in the MADE section of the show where one of a kind works can be discovered for house and home. More information about the show can be found at ADDesignShow.com
Mark is excited to have been accepted as an exhibitor at the Art Providence Show this December and grateful to the show's management for choosing two of his works for their advertising campaign.
As the next generation of the RISD Holiday Sale, the show will feature over 200 artists from greater New England and beyond, offering attendees the chance to both see the RISD alumni artists they've followed throughout the years as well as discover new creators of fine art, craft, and design. For tickets and additional information about the show visit ArtProvidenceShow.com
Mark will be exhibiting in Lincoln, Massachusetts at the bucolic Codman House Museum, a Historic New England property. Historic New England is the oldest, largest, and most comprehensive regional heritage organization in the nation. For one day only, more than one hundred local artisans exhibit paintings, woodworking, pottery, photography, jewelry, glass, clothing, metalwork and more. Enjoy live entertainment, a food court, and first-floor tours of the Codman House museum.
This June Mark will be exhibiting his sculptures for the first time along the Rhode Island shore at the Narragansett Art Festival. This show is one of the few dedicated to exhibiting only fine art and is the perfect summer venue just steps from Narragansett Beach and the historic 'Towers'. Hours are 9 to 6 each day.