Solo Shows
Roots & Seeds & Brambles, blumenwerkstatt bornheim, Frankfurt, Germany 2009
Darkness and Light, colorconcept Media Zentrum, Walluf/Rheingau, Germany 2007
Studio Shows: New York / France / Germany 1993-2003
(Suzette Schochet Gallery, Newport RI, U.S.A. 1980-85)
Drawings, Hera Gallery, Wakefield RI, U.S.A. 1981
Brown/Bodin, Hera 1980
Moira Brown at Hera, Hera 1979
Drawings & Paintings, Hera 1978
Bicentennial Furies, New Haven Women’s Center, New Haven CT, U.S.A. 1976

Group Shows
Sketchbook Project: Washington, D.C., Boston MA, Chicago IL, Atlanta GA – U.S.A. - 2009
Death Penalty Show, internet 2007
Hera Gallery, Wakefield RI, U.S.A.: annual shows, summer shows 1977-81
1709 East Main Alternative Space, Richmond VA, U.S.A. 1979
Muse Gallery, Philadelphia PA, U.S.A. 1979
Falmouth Artists’ Guild, Falmouth MA, U.S.A. 1977

Women in Prison, Wakefield, Westerly & Providence RI, U.S.A. 1981
Cabin Fever: North Country Women Artists, Hera, Wakefield RI, U.S.A. 1979

Bibliography books: Darkness and Light, Roots & Seeds & Brambles, portraits
Grand Street, No. 36: collaborative illustrations with William T. Vollmann
CoTangent Press: with William T. Vollmann: Divine Men, Editionen von 13
covers: The Woods (David Mamet)
Expelled From Eden, a William T. Vollmann Reader (McCaffery, Hemmingson)

Born 1953, Waterbury CT, U.S.A.
Education Marlboro College, Marlboro, VT, U.S.A. 1970-72
Privatstudieren mit Tom Benson (Newport RI, U.S.A.) 1971-87
Theater Study and Work with David Mamet, Marlboro and Goddard
Colleges 1970-73 ; original member of the St. Nicholas Theater Co.
(now the Atlantic Theater Co.)
Private study: Herbal medicine, Asian Martial Arts, Energetic Healing, Chinese Calligraphy 1975-present

Since the late 1980’s I’ve been making a different sort of art piece, something like the Sand Painting traditions of Tibetan and Native American cultures in which the painstakingly detailed creation is made for healing purposes, then blown to the winds. A practice of Non-Attachment.
This is my feeling about Praesepean Session Work, which I developed, practice and teach in Europe and the U.S. (
The rigorous discipline required by that work ultimately led me, cleansed, back to also making Things: paintings and drawings, art works which hang around longer and potentially speak to a broader group.