Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY


2012 MFA Painting, Rhode Island School of Design, Graduated with Honors

2007 BFA Painting Major, Massachusetts College of Art,  Graduated with Distinction and Departmental Honors



2017 Artist in Residence, MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA

2008  Vermont Studio Center Artists Residency, Partial fellowship, Johnson, VT




Papercuts, Curated by Kristian Day, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK

Milkmade, Curated by Mikela Wesson, Field Projects, Manhattan, NY

Typical America, Curated by Kristen Racaniello, Field Projects: at Be Fluent, Manhattan, NY

Untitled Projects, Crush Curatorial, Curated by Catherine Haggarty and Karen Flatow Amagansett, NY



Soft Animal, Field Projects pop-up exhibition, Curated by Daniella Hansen, Midtown, Ny

Through Thick and Thin: Image Painting Today, Erin Cluley Gallery, Dallas, TX 

The Human Form, Park Place Gallery, curated by Peter Schenck and Michael Holden, Crown Heights, NY 

Body/Head, Field Projects pop-up exhibition, Curated by Jacob Rhodes, Midtown, Ny 

Nurture Art Benefit, Elizabeth Foundation, Ny, NY



Ghosts- curated by Beth Livensperger, Field Projects Pop-up Exhibition, New Rochelle, NY 

Grow(th)- curated by Kristen Racaniello, Ess Ef Eff, Brooklyn, NY

The Split between the Eye and the Gaze – curated by Meta Meta Meta, Kunstraum Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Make It Real, The Parlour Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY



Still Life Forever, Tyler University, Philadelphia, PA

Fruits of Our Labor; Chew, Screw, Glue, Grin Gallery, Providence, RI

Long Story Short, Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 

Nothing But Flowers, Inaugural show for Talking Pictures, Brooklyn, NY



Detail Oriented, curated by Craig Monteith, James Graham and Sons, Manhattan, NY 

New Adjuncts, Brown University, Providence, RI

From Life, curated by Corey Corcoran, Aviary Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA 

Do It Yourself: curated by Julie Torres, 195 Morgan Ave (Post 3rd Ward), Brooklyn, NY



Window Facing Inward (Solo Show), The Active Space, Brooklyn, NY 

Inside Voices, Parallel Art Space, Brooklyn, NY 

Strange Lens: 3 Painters, Hilary Doyle, Mike Olin, Daniel Herr, Airplane, Brooklyn, NY

Contemporary Drawing Today, Forth Worth Drawing Center, Fort Worth, TX



Present/Future, Concord Art Association, Concord, MA

RISD MFA PAINTING 2012..., 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York, NY

Everything's a Little Off (Solo Show), Brown University, Providence, RI

MFA Thesis Exhibition, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

Harderer. Betterer. Fasterer. Strongerer., The Bruce High Quality Foundation, New York, NY

Mass Art Alumni Show, Juried show, Fountain Studio's, Brooklyn, NY



Vox VII: Annual Juried Show, Vox Populi Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Black and Blue, Masters on Main Street, Catskill, NY

Collision, Collaborative project with artist Kevin Zucker, RISD Museum, RI



A Night of Stars: Contemporary Forum Art Auction, Phoenix Art Museum, AZ

Brucennial 2010: Miseducation, 350 West Broadway, Soho, NY

Drawing of the Year, Camel Art Space, Brooklyn, NY



Grand Opening, The Adam Lister Gallery, Fairfax, VA

Beg, Borrow, Steal, La Montagne Gallery, Boston, MA

The Natural Order, Camel Art Space, Brooklyn, NY

Expand the Room Art Show, Spin Magazine Headquarters, New York, NY



The Craft of Politics, Montpelier Arts Center, Laurel, MD



Inappropriate Relationships, The Rice Bowl Gallery, Boston, MA

If You Can’t Make It Good Make It Red... Mass Art, (Two Person show) with

Meredith Iszlai, Tower Gallery, Boston, MA




Critic Foundation Drawing

Students combine their own theme/lens with thematic assignments that strengthen the fundamentals of seeing and rendering form from observation using a variety of drawing materials. Students engage with creative content using line and shape in pencil, charcoal, ink, and more. Students learn by drawing from inspiring RISD resources: RISD Nature Lab, RISD Museum, Athenaeum Library, RISD Library and RISD Picture Library. 


2013 - Present

Lecturer in Art and Design

Materials and Techniques
An introduction to historical painting practices such as egg tempera, and mulling oil, watercolor, acrylic from raw pigment. Students make master copies and individual work in tempera, oil, acrylic and watercolor on historical painting sizes and grounds such as rabbit skin glue and chalk ground.

Senior Seminar and Critique
A professional practices and critique course for Painting Seniors. Students learn how to prepare application materials, such as artist statements, resumes, and websites, to use when applying for jobs, residencies, and grants.

Painting I 
An introduction to oil painting from still life, landscape, and the figure. Students learn how to build a frame, stretch canvas, and gesso. Students learn important painting processes, terms, and historical models through lectures, handouts, demonstrations, and assignments.

Intermediate Drawing
An advanced drawing course for Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors rooted in thematic assignments and self-directed projects. Themes include nature, pop-culture wallpaper, politics, and more.

Foundation Drawing
An introduction to the fundamentals of seeing and rendering form in line and shape using pencil, charcoal, and ink. Students learn important drawing fundamentals: line, tone/value range, composition, proportion, and perspective.

Drawing from Nature
Students draw on-site from the landscape surrounding Purchase College using different themes. Themes include: line, texture/zoom-in, perspective, and self-directed projects. 


2014- 2017

Lecturer (Three Year Position)

Drawing I and II, Studio Foundation


NYC CRIT CLUB- Founded 2017
NYC Crit Club holds grad school-style group critiques of serious NY artists work. Our goal is towards improving the work of every artist in the group collectively while building a strong community. Critiques are held at different artist’s studios on a rotating basis as well as at Galleries and Art spaces across the city. All members present on a three week rotation to the whole class. Participating artists take turns hosting and share their work in their studios at the start of class, followed by crits of presenters work by the group.  Assignments that are given facilitate the development of each artists unique project. Guest critics join for critiques in the middle and end of the semester! Classes are taught by Director Catherine Haggarty and Founder/Director Hilary Doyle.


Shows Curated


Vitamin C, Co-Curated with Catherine Haggarty - Art show of work by NYC Crit Club 2017 Members, Abrons Art Center, Lower East Side, NY


Mirror Mirror, Dike Blair, Paul DeMuro, Loie Hollowell, Anna Plesset, Mamie Tinkler, Roger White. Rhode Island School of Design: Memorial Hall Painting Gallery, Providence, RI


Nothing/ Will have taken Place/ But the Place, Sarah Pater and Lauren Comito, Projekt722, Brooklyn, NY

Let's Be Real, Adam Hurwitz, Julian Kreimer, Kerry Law, Beth Livensperger, Anna Plesset, Roger White, Sophie White.  Projekt722, Brooklyn, NY

Sensation, Matt Bollinger, Angela Dufresne, Ivan Forde, Meredith Iszlai, Doron Langberg, and Cynthia Lin. Projekt722, Brooklyn, NY


Maria Walker: The Breeze at Dawn has Secrets to Tell You, Projekt722, Brooklyn, NY

Forgive me, I love you, Claudia Bitran, Filip Olszewski, Michelle Rawlings, Projekt722, Brooklyn, NY

See -Through, Jessica Bottalico, Wendy Edwards, Tamara Gonzales, Stephan Gunn, Collin Hatton, Meredith Iszlai, Karen Lederer, Rebecca Litt, Kimo Nelson, Rob de Oude, Projekt722, Brooklyn, NY


RISD MFA Painting 2013: Well, Projekt722, Brooklyn, NY

Amy Lincoln: Plants, Portraits and a Distant View, Projekt722, Brooklyn, NY


Maria Kondratiev and Joe Sossi: Recluse, Projekt722, Brooklyn, NY

Temperature, Jonathan Allmaier, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Tatiana Berg, Mira Dancy, Jess Fuller, Ted Gahl, Rachel Klinghoffer, Arthur Peña, Leigh Ruple, Matt Rich, Joseph Sossi, and Maria Walker. Projekt722, Brooklyn, NY

Supernatural, Corey Corcoran, Judy Glantzman, Loie Hollowell, Maria Kondratiev, Bruce Wilhelm. Projekt722, Brooklyn, NY


Soft Edge, Peter Acheson, Nora Griffen, Maria Walker, Anna Rosen, Rachel Salimone, Chris Martin. Camel Art Space, Brooklyn, NY



2012 Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant Nominee- Rhode Island School of Design

2011 Roger and Gayle Mandle Scholarship- Rhode Island School of Design

2007 Dean Nimmer Auction Award- Massachusetts College of Art

2006 Robert Moore Grant- Massachusetts College of Art 



HYPERALLERGIC: Over 400 Artists Show Their Works and Spaces at Greenpoint Open Studios By Benjamin Sutton, June 2017

HYPERALLERGIC: Making Sense of Paintings That Tell Snippets of Stories by Benjamin Sutton, April 15th, 2015

HYPERALLERGIC: Before the Studios Open: Friday Night Shows at Bushwick Open Studios by Hrag Vartanian on May 31, 2014

ARTISTS UNDER ORDER: Review of Detail Oriented at James Graham and Sons, Feb 2014

NEW AMERICAN PAINTINGS BLOG: A Conversation: Hilary Doyle, Interview with Arthur Pena, August 2013

ART HAPS Blog: Featured Artist, June 28th, 2013

BUSHWICK DAILY: Review of Amy Lincoln's Projekt722 show and Interview with Jen G. Feb 2013

BLOUIN ARTINFO: on Andre Saraiva, RISD Grads, and Other Summer Shows, July 13, 2012