public projects

Seeding Possibilities, Los Angeles, CA, in collaboration with Creative Catalysts
HighWaterLine | Delray Beach, Delray Beach, FL, in partnership with Florida Earth Festival and Delray Earth Festival 

HighWaterLine | Bristol, London, UK in collaboration with Heidi Quante, Isobel Tarr & Invisible Dust
HighWaterLine | Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA commissioned by Chemical Heritage Foundation

HighWaterLine | Miami, Miami, FL, in collaboration with Heidi Quante
Lose/Loss/Lost, The Rockaways, NY, presented by Elastic City

A Year Without Art

Insert____Here, New York, New York in collaboration with

Seeding the City, New York, New York | Washington, D.C.

Paths of Desire The Big Draw, commissioned by The Drawing Center and River to River Festival, New York, New York
Inter-related, in partnership with New York City Wildflower Week and Union Square Parks Conservancy, New York, New York

Insert ____ Here, Brooklyn, NY | The Netherlands | Manhattan, NY
-1/+1 commissioned by Whole Foods, New York, New York
I See You in Me / The Path of Water in NYC, Highbridge Park, New York, New York

HighWaterLine, Brooklyn & Lower Manhattan, New York

Phantom Galleries, San Jose, California, The Culture of Sharing (window installation)


selected solo & 2-person exhibitions

Roshambo Winery, Healdsburg, California, Transitory Environments (with Miya Ando Stanoff)
Paul Whitney Larson Gallery, St. Paul, Minnesota, Responses to Natural Forms (with Elizabeth Luger)

Truckee Meadows Community College Gallery, Reno, Nevada
Maturango Museum, Ridgecrest, California, After the Wind

The Tahoe Gallery, Sierra Nevada College, Incline Village, Nevada, re/cognition
Sierra Arts Gallery, Reno, Nevada, reinvented nature reinvented


selected group exhibitions

National Maritime Museum, London, UK, RE-THINK: Environment

Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia, PA, Sensing Change
The Deering Estate, Miami, FL, In Deep

Central Booking, New York, NY, Un/Natural Occurences

Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV, and SoFA Gallery, Indiana University,
Bloomington, IN, The Canary Project: Landscapes of Climate Change
Venice Architecture Biennale, U.S. Pavilion, Venice, Italy, Spontaneous Interventions
Dwight Frederick Boyden Gallery, St Mary’s College of Maryland, St. Mary’s City, MD, Remediate/Re-Vision
Eyebeam, NYC, Surface Tension

Science Gallery, Dublin, Ireland, Surface Tension
St. John the Divine, NYC, The Value of Water
New Museum, New York, New York, Festival for a New City, Street Fest
Textile Arts Center, Brooklyn, New York, Fashioning the Environment

Old Stone House, Brooklyn, NY, D.I.Y. Utopias
Superfront, Brooklyn, NY, Artists who play well with Architects
Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge, Massachussetts, Re-mediate/Revision
Wave Hill, New York, New York, Remediate/Re-vision
AE Studios LIC, New York, New York, Excess and Environment
Art 94124, San Francisco, California, Engaging BVHP Youth
Exit Art, New York, New York, Global/National

EcoArtSpace Soho, New York, New York, Down To Earth
The Sargent Johnson Gallery at The African American Art and Culture Complex, San Francisco, California, The Welcome to the Neighborhood Project
National College of Art and Desgin/Gallery, Dublin, Ireland, Space is the Place

Freebird Books, Brooklyn, New York, Field Forms
Exit Art, New York, New York, E.P.A. (Environmental Performance Actions)
Eyebeam, New York, New York, FeedBack
Sonoma County Museum, Santa Rosa, California, EcoCentric

McGovern Design House, New York, New York, Excelsior
Nelson Hancock Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, Topos Brooklyn

Sunset Magazine Idea House, Palo Alto, California, Idea House House of Innovation
Design Within Reach Studio, Palo Alto, California

RPS Collective, Oakland, California, Conceptual Craft
Robert A. Peck Gallery, Riverton, Wyoming, Industrial Interchange Organic
ECOArts Lake County Sculpture Walk, Middletown, California

Budget Gallery, San Francisco, California, The Price is Right, Showcase of Artists
ECOArts Lake County Sculpture Walk, Middletown, California
Gomboc Gallery, Middle Swan, Western Australia, International Mini-Art Exchange

Budget Gallery, San Francisco, California, The Armory Show
Viridian Gallery, New York, New York, Multiple Memorials
Camargo Gallery, Cultural Center Usina do Gasometro, Porto Alegre, Brazil, International Mini Art Exchange
Budget Gallery, San Francisco, California, The Great Debate
Mills Building, San Francisco, California, Selections
Jersey Galleries, Osterley Park, Middlesex, United Kingdom, Reconcilable Differences

Budget Gallery, San Francisco, California, Or Best Offer

Cesar Chavez Art Gallery, San Francisco, California, 3D – 11 California Sculptors
Sanchez Art Center, Pacifica, California, Arts on Fire


awards, grants & residencies

The Compton Foundation (for Seeding Possibilities w/ Heidi Quante)

Creative Change, The Opportunity Agenda
The Compton Foundation (for HighWaterLine w/ Heidi Quante)
Invoking the Pause (for HighWaterLine w/ Heidi Quante)

The Kresge Foundation (for HighWaterLine w/ Heidi Quante)
Whitman Foundation (for HighWaterLine w/ Heidi Quante)
Invoking the Pause (for HighWaterLine w/ Heidi Quante)

The Compton Foundation (for HighWaterLine w/ Heidi Quante)

Winter Workspace Program, Wave Hill, New York

Artist in Residence, Eugene Lang College at the New School, New York, New York

New York Foundation for the Arts, Fiscal Sponsorship
New York State Arts Council Individual Artist Tier Award, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council
Department of Cultural Affairs Regrant, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council

Vermont Studio Center, Artists Grant Award

Fine Arts Museums San Francisco Artist in Residence, De Young Art Center and Legion of Honor, San Francisco, California


selected bibliography

Nadir, Leila Christine, American Scientist, “Walking the Edge of the Earth,” March-April, illus.

Perez-Luna, Elisabeth, WHYY, “Vividly illustrating climate change, artist draws a high water line in Philly neighborhoods,” 7 May, video
Bauers, Sandy, Philadelphia Inquirer, “Using artwork to address climate change,” 17 April
Chaimedes, Bill, Conservation Magazine, “Art makes environmental change real,” 24 January, illus.
Hanscom, Greg, Grist, “Street artists trace against time…and rising sea levels,” 7 January, illus.

Mori, Ahmed, The Miami Rail, The Greenhouse Affect,” Winter 2014, illus.
Krasney, ME & Silva, P, Civic Ecology Practices, Applying Practice Theory, December
Rivero, Daniel, Fusion TV,Miami Underwater: Chalk lines mark sea level rise,” 10 December, 2013, video
Doan, Abigail, The Wild Magazine, HighWaterLine Visualizing Climate Change,” 26 November 2013, illus.
Johnson, Terrell, The Weather Channel, How Far Will Sea Levels Rise? In Miami, They Drew Lines on the Pavement to Find Out,” 20 November, illus.
Davidov, Shelley, Miami New Times, “HighWaterLine Project Charts the Impact of Sea Level Rise in Miami, 15 November, illus.
Viega, Christine, Miami Herald, Environmentalists draw line on pavement to draw attention to Miami Beach sea level rise,” 14 November, video, illus.
Stone, Rick, WLRN, “Why Modern Human Beings Aren’t Built to Grasp Climate Change, 7 November, illus.

Kolbert, Elizabeth, The New Yorker, Crossing the Line,”12 November
CSPA Quarterly: The Sea is Rising, “Eve Mosher”
Grant, Daniel, Huffington Post, “’Sustainability’ has Become a Growing Focus of Artists’ (and Art Schools’) Attention,” 11 April

Gilbert, Ame and Raviv, Yael, Space to Grow: Women, Art and the Urban Agricultural Movement,
Watson, Della, Sierra, “Seven Examples of Green Graffiti,” 18 December, illus.
Sheridan, Cormac, NewScientist, “CultureLab: Surface Tension: Facing the Future of Water,” 6 December.
Hanscom, Greg, Grist, “Underwater Homes, A Visual Guide to NYC’s Future Floods,” 20 Oct, illus.
MacIsaac, Tara, The Epoch Times, “Insert Green Space Here,” 11 October, illus.
Boyer, Mark, Inhabitat, “Insert____Here Points to Climate Change Solutions,” 24 September, illus.
Daily, Jessica, Inhabitat, “Insert____Here Project Points Out Prime Spots for Green Solutions Around NYC,” 22 September, illus.
Clendaniel, Morgan, FastCompany, “Insert Here, Asking People How They Would Improve their Cities,” 19 September, illus.
Hulkower, Bonnie, Treehugger, “Check Out New York City’s First Urban Design Week,” 17 September, illus.
Schmidt, Ulli, Zeitungsverlag tz München, “Project Zunkunft: So liebenwir,” 26 May,
Klanten, Robert; Ehmann, Steven; Bolhofer, Kitty; My Green City, 2011, illus.

Martin, Edward, UrbanFarm, “Gardens Transform Urban Living,” 10 November
Mattingly, Kate, Pinkline Project,”Is art garbage if there’s no audience?” 7 June
Lubowski-Jahn, Alicia, Eco-Chick, “Eve S. Mosher: Eco Art Visualizing Powerful Intentions,” March, illus.
Hattam, Jennifer, Treehugger, “Miami and Brooklyn Artists Plant a Flag for Nature,” Jan, illus.

Battenfield, Jackie, The Artists’ Guide: How to Make a Living Doing What You Love
Bandhari, Heather Darcy and Melber, Jonathon, Art/Work
Morgan, James David, Groundswell Blog, “Seeding the City,” Nov, illus.
Zeiger, Mimi, I.D. Magazine, “Green Scheme: A New York artist harnesses social networking to build roof gardens,” Oct, illus.
Packard, Lauren, The Harvard Crimson, “NYC Artist Speaks about Eco Project,” Mar, illus.

Romano, Danato, L’Uomo VogueThe Creative Fight vs Global Warming July, Aug, illus.

Silverman, Justin, AM New YorkOutlining the future, October 22, 2007, illus.
Gardner, Kasey-Dee, Discovery Channel NewsEnvironmental Artist Warns of Climate Change, August 15, 2007, video
Rothstein, Meryl, GOODThin Blue Line, Sept/Oct 2007, illus.
Lesnes, Corine, Le MondeUne etude sonne l’alarme sur le climat futur du Nord-Est americain, July 19
Kennedy, Randy, New York TimesThe Handwriting on the Road, June 16, illus., (video online)

Modder, Sabine, Art MocoDrought, October 30, illus.

Lindblom, John, Lake County Record-BeeEcoArts blends art and nature, June 18

Skorupa, Susan, Reno Gazette-JournalDowntown Reno galleries catch on, January, illus.
Torch, David, Reno News and ReviewMemory reinvented, January 30, illus.

www.3chimps.comSpotlight, April

Sy Quito, Carolyn, Golden Gate ExpressArt Gallery Opens in 3D, September
Currier, Joanna, San Francisco DowntownOpening Doors on Art, October



Marfa Dialogues, NYC, HighWaterLine, NYC
Central Booking, Un/Natural Occurences, NYC
Maine Environmental Art and Design & Waterfall Arts, MEADlab, Belfast, Maine
Schuylkill CenterBeyond the Surface Environmental Art in Action, Philadelphia, PA

Design Philadelphia, Thinking in Place, Thinking in Form, Philadelphia, PA

Sheila C Johnson Design Center, Parsons The New School for Design, U-N-F-O-L-D, What-ifs, Climate Change and Creative Agency, NYC

Conflux Festival, Long Table Discussion, NYC
Sheila C Johnson Design Center, Parsons The New School for Design, Living
Concrete, Carrot City: Creative Action and Everyday Urban Agriculture, NYC
NYU Graduate Art Education Research Class, Art as Research, NYC
Transformer, Built to Last? – Truths & Myths of Sustainable Cultural Production, Washington, D.C.

Creative TimeThe Creative Time Summit, Revolutions in Public Practice, New York, New York

New York Foundation for the ArtsThe Business of Art, Your Art, Your Money, New York, New York
Wexner Art CenterArt & Ecology, Columbus, Ohio
Ecoartspace / Exit ArtHuman / Nature, New York, New York

Pratt Institutes Urban Artists & Social Change Speaker Series, Brooklyn, New York
Green Renter Speaker Series at Solar One, New York, New York
LAC Salon, New York, New York
Social Theory Politics and the Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts The Arts Go Green panel, New York, New York
Solar One CitySol Go Ahead and Touch It! panel, New York, New York

Maturango Museum, Ridgecrest, California

Sierra Nevada College, Incline Village, Nevada



Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York: Master in Fine Arts
Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas: Bachelor’s in Environmental Design


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