Awards

2019  The painting “A Hard Night of Painting” won Special Merit in Light Space Time online juried art exhibition. This painting was chosen out of 741 entries from 24 different countries from around the world, as well as from 35 different states and the District of Columbia.

2018  The painting “A Visit to Seattle” received Honorable Mention and the painting “Marcus Mariotta” was featured in Exquisite Arts Magazine, Fall Issue, November 2018.

2018  The paintings “A Hard Night of Painting” and “Tribute to Frankenstein” won Exhibition Finalist in Fusion Art’s 4th Annual Figures & Faces International online juried art exhibition. These paintings were chosen out of hundreds of entries from artists all around the world including the US, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, South Korea, Barbados, Israel, Taiwan, India, Poland, Faroe Islands, Hong Kong, Germany, South Africa, Columbia, Denmark and Japan.

2018  The painting “The Forgotten Ones” was chosen out of 626 entries from around the world, 27 countries, 32 different states and received Special Merit Award in Light Space Time “Figurative” online juried art exhibition.

2018  The painting “Bob, Where are the Margaritas?” was chosen out of 626 entries from around the world, 27 countries, 32 different states and received Special Merit Award in Light Space Time “Figurative” online juried art exhibition.

2018  The painting “A Visit to Seattle” was chosen out of 596 entries from around the world, 22 countries, 32 different states and received Special Recognition Award in Light Space Time “CityScapes” 2018 online juried art exhibition.

2016  The painting “A Visit to Seattle” was chosen out of 380 entries from around the state of Oregon and received the top award of People’s Choice Award in the competition of Fine Arts, Oregon State Fair.

2012  The painting “Why Me?, A Tribute to Frankenstein” was chosen out of 215 entries from around the state of Washington and received the First Place Award in the Artist and Craftsmen Gallery. Halloween Competition, Seattle, Washington.

2003  The painting “Will Gets a New Truck” was chosen out of 210 entries from around the state of Oregon and accepted into the exhibition of Fine Arts Competitions, Oregon State Fair.