• This Spring, I will be one of two dozen artists exhibiting in Argentum: Contemporary Silverpoint at Marbury NYC in New York City. Running April 28 - May 12, 2017, with a reception Friday, April 29, 6 - 9 p.m., the exhibit is curated by artist Lauren Amalia Redding, and features 25 contemporary silverpoint artists from across the United States.

  • Coming up in May 2017 I will be showing 20 of my silverpoint figure studies in a show called Non Finito at Spark Gallery in Denver. I rarely exhibit these drawings, and the show will include a percentage of the large volume of drawings made during the last few years at the Art Students League of Denver's uninstructed short-pose figure drawing sessions. The theme of the show will be unfinished work, with an emphasis on the reactive and intuitive qualities of observational drawing.

  • I will again this year teach a workshop in Metalpoint drawing techniques at the Dairy Center for the Arts in Boulder, Colorado. The workshop will take place in conjunction with an exhibition of drawings this May at Spark Gallery in Denver. For more info, click here: The Dairy Center

  • I showed 20 of my drawings in a solo exhibition at the Mills Gallery, Central College, In Pella, Iowa. Arranged by my freind, former housemate and studio-mate at Syracuse Unversity Mat Kelly, the show ran from September 21 through October 14, 2016

  • Last November, I spoke at the Clyfford Still Museum in Denver, Colorado, on the subject of drawing during their monumental exhibition of Still's works on paper. At the museum, in a newly-designed public space for artist demos, I demonstrated my silverpoint drawing practice and talked about observational drawing as an approach to making art.

  • One of my drawings, Turban, has been accepted into the collection of the Arkansas Art Center in Little Rock. The Arkansas Art Center has a great collection of drawings, and a large collection of American silverpoint drawings, so I’m proud to be included among my peers.

© Tom Mazzullo 2017