NEWS! (March 9, 2017)

2018 Upcoming Exhibitions:

Friday February 9, 2018: Baby Blue Gallery 2201 S. Halsted st. 3-4s
Chicago, Illinois 60608

Friday March 2, 2018: Chicago Artists Coalition 217 N Carpenter St., Chicago, IL 60607 p:312.491.8888, Hours: M-F 9-5pm, Saturday 12-6pm

April – June 2018: The University of Notre Dame Center for Art & Culture


Opening Friday December 1(6-9pm) at Chicago Artists Coalition. I’ll debut several new paintings in a three-person exhibition alongside talented artists Yesenia Bellow and Amy Leners curated by Sheridan Tucker Anderson as a part of HATCH Artist Residency program.

September 6 – November 4, 2017:

Tobey Albright and I have been collaborating on an exhibition, Privates, to share our personal art collections at Carthage College in Kenosha, WI (Sept 6 – Nov 4).

Please join us for our artist talk and catalogue release Saturday, October 28th, at 1 pm. We will discuss the concepts and motivations behind the exhibition with gallery director, Ryan Peter Miller. American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation is provided.

Saturday, October 14th, we worked with students and faculty at Carthage College to silk-screen six separate variations of a cover for an edition of 500 exhibition catalogues. These covers, along with the interiors, will be released as the final gesture of the exhibition at the H.F. Johnson Gallery of Art.

And check out the exhibition review in Milwaukee Magazine, by Lindsey Anderson! The exhibition is up through November 4, 2017. To follow the process of the exhibition through occasionally updated photographs, go to

September 9 – November 10, 2017:

I have several paintings included in a group exhibition, ECHOES, in Berlin, Germany (Sept 12 – Nov 11). The exhibition is organized by curator Mirjam Casandra Wendt and artist Jonah Criswell to bridge the distance between Kansas City and Berlin. rK (or Ratskeller Galerie für zeitgenössische kunst) is located in the historic town hall on Möllendorffstraße 6, a beautifully renovated historic space in Berlin’s Lichtenberg neighborhood. rK is part of the Kommunale Gallien Berlin network (or Municipal Galleries Berlin are together the KGB) the working group municipal galleries Berlin. Luckily, I received a DCASE IAP grant to travel to Berlin and attend our opening! It was phenomenal to meet truly amazing artists and curators during Berlin’s Art Week. The exhibition will travel to Kansas City, Missouri.

July 2017:

Ryan Peter Miller interviews Tobey Albright and I about our upcoming exhibition, Privates, at Carthage College for the Bad at Sports Center Podcast! Listen on the Bad at Sports Podcast Archive. Listen to interviews live on Lumpen Radio on 105.5 WLPN in Chicago or


April 2017

I’m adapting my video installation, The Light Drips Down, to THE MISSION‘s SUB-MISSION space organized by Danny Volk through his project, Submissive Exhibitions. Screening Saturday April 15th, 1pm – 4pm @ 1431 W. Chicago Ave. Chicago, IL 60642

Fall 2016 (November 1, 2016)

I’ve been selected as a Hatch Projects artist resident at the Chicago Artist Coalition for 2016-2017. HATCH Projects is a yearlong, juried incubator for contemporary Chicago artists and curators that strives to support an ecology of curatorial and artistic practice. HATCH fosters shared experimentation, exchange, and creativity to produce ground-breaking exhibitions and programs. Artist Residents are divided into groups of six to work with one Curator Resident on exhibitions. HATCH exhibitions are TBA in 2017.

Opening Sunday November 20th, I have works featured in a group show If only, it’s just beginning curated by Curt Miller and John Szczepaniak (aka JOBS). It features works by Brendan Meara, Lisa Holzer, Alejandro Jimenez Flores, Matt Kayhoe Brett and Lori-May Cruz Orillo. Reception from 3-5pm at 436 S. Lombard Ave #1S in Oak Park, IL. The exhibition runs through the end of December.

I’ll have a video piece, The Light Drips Down featured at Roman Susan in their Streetlight video art series projected outside the gallery from December 15 – 30. Roman Susan is located at 1224 W. Loyola Ave Chicago, IL 60626.

Tiger Strikes Asteroid‘s Flatfiles exhibition continues through mid-December. TSA is located in Bushwick, NY. Drop by if you are in town to see two of my collage works featured in a selection of 33 artists.

The Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation exhibition has been extended to January 9th. Although this exhibition is not open to the public, it has been an honor to have three collages featured in this terrific group of artists: Robert Burnier, Zakkiyyah Najeebah, Lise Haller Baggesen Ross, Michiko Itatani, Darian Longmire, Victoria Martinez, Cristiane Mohallem and Johana Moscoso curated by Curatorial Fellow La Keisha Leek.

(January 1, 2013)



Article by Alice Thorson, Arts Writer for The Kansas City Star News. May 2, 2013.



paintings + collage

Opening Reception Friday May 3, 2013 6:00-9:00pm

Closing Reception Friday June 7, 2013 6:00-9:00pm

Beggars Table 2010 W. Baltimore Ave., Second Floor KCMO 6408

Gallery open by appointment through June 20:



New Paintings
Gladstone Art Center, Organized by Jenn Bohatyritz, Arts Coordinator for the City of Gladstone

6901 North Holmes Street Kansas City, Missouri 64118

March 29-May 29, 2013

Opening Reception and Artist Talk Friday March 29 @ 6:00pm


Pressure, Speed, Hesitation, and Drag
Nicole Mauser: New Work
at Western Missouri State University
Potter Hall Art Gallery
January 18 – March 15, 2013

Alumni Painting Exhibition at Ringling College of Art & Design

Ringling College of Art and Design

Selby Gallery & Keating Gallery
January 18 – April 3, 2013
Artists Talk and Preview: Thurs., Feb. 21, 7 p.m.
Opening Reception: Fri., Feb. 22, 5-7 p.m.
Director’s Tour: Mon., Feb. 25, 11:30 a.m.


International Juried Exhibition
PUNCH Gallery
Scott Lawrimore, Juror
Deputy Director, Collections and Exhibitions
Frye Art Museum
November 1 – December 15, 2012


FLATFILES (May 23, 2012)

I am thrilled to be participating in the 2012 Kansas City Flatfiles exhibition at H&R Block Artspace. This invitational biennial exhibition provides visitors with a unique and intimate art viewing experience, encouraging viewers to browse through individual artist portfolios stored within flatfile cabinets, or select video works to screen in the “Videofile.” June 2 – September 29, 2012.


I will be participating in, Neutral Space, a group exhibition opening June 1st, 2012, at Spray Booth Gallery. Check out the exhibition essay here. It seems author, Neil Thurn, is throwing down the gauntlet for Kansas City, “We need to engage ideologically with and against our peers and do so more actively than Halley has… Otherwise we will be stuck making neutral spaces, work that is ideologically empty and without consequence, while drinking free alcohol and half-heartedly congratulating each other. Artists need to re-engage with ideology and therefore each other. And this is true for not only geometric artists but all artists in general.” Hope to see you to the opening, 6pm-10pm.


Kansas City had the pleasure of hosting writers and editors from the San Francisco-based online publication Art Practical. You can listen to some fantastic interviews between AP and Plug Projects, an artist-run gallery, on Bad At Sports. Through this exchange, I also wrote and published a “Shotgun Review” for Art Practical online: Subterranean Gallery’s Hot Tub Dialogues.