I'm pleased to spend two weeks at the Vermont Studio Center for a painting residency.
"Elusive Desires" at Radford University Art Museum, April/May 2017
I have been offered a 4 week residency fellowship at UCross in Sharadin, WY! I can't wait to get back to work in Wyoming -- I'll be there from November 7-December 2, 2016.
Looking forward to participating in the grand social experiment, Art Prize September 21 - October 9, 2016 in Grand Rapids. My piece, "Winged Bull" is on display at the Collins Gallery of Grand Rapids Community College.
Very excited to be headed to Amherst, VA for a few weeks' residency at VCCA (www.vvca.com). I will be there from September 7-24, 2016.
My show, "Strange Pastures" will be up at Salisbury University's Downtown Gallery from May 20-June 18, 2016.
Group exhibition of collage work at Sweetwater Center for the Arts in Pittsburgh!
Jentel Reunion show at Eckhaus Gallery during February 2016! Panel discussion Feb. 24 with Virginia Wagner and Aliza Cohen.
It's out and available on Amazon or at Barnes and Noble. Page 38-39 is mine!
I am thrilled to have my work included in this anthology of animal art edited by Ashley Rooney. It will be available in bookstores and on Amazon.com on May 28, 2015. Francesca Anderson Fine Art Gallery in Lexington, MA will be mounting an accompanying exhibition in June, details to follow.
I am looking forward to working at Jentel Artist Residency in Sheridan, WY for a month from mid-July through mid-August. www.jentelarts.org
My painting, Llllamas (40x60) will be included in an international exhibition in Surrey, UK to support the Wildlife Foundation. Wildlife Artist of the Year competition consists of levels of competition, with this work included in the shortlist (finalist) exhibition.
Thank you to the Allentown Art Museum and FUSE Art Infrastructure of Allentown for staging this Pop-up exhibition of my work, with an accompanying musical performance directed by Dr. Susanna Loewy and featuring Kutztown University music students.
KUTZTOWN, Pa. - Kutztown University honored Professor Cheryl Hochberg, Dr. Todd Underwood and Dr. Adrienne Oakley, during the faculty recognition ceremony held on Monday, Nov. 17 in the McFarland Student Union.Professor Hochberg, chairperson of the Department of Fine Arts, received a Chambliss Faculty Research Award. The Chambliss award, inaugurated in 2004 through a gift from Dr. Carlson R. Chambliss, professor emeriti, is meant to recognize the very highest achievement in research and scholarship and can be awarded only once in a person's career.
Thanks to Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati for including my paintings in their International Painting Annual III collection.
My work was included in Volume XXV (2014) issue of Studio Visit Magazine.