The series was reviewed in 2014 by Kristen T. Woodward, Professor of Art at Albright College: 

“I find this ‘revisionist portraiture’ quite apropos in today’s consumer driven quest for the authentic, or genuine article.  The image itself is actually disarming in that there is a tragic beauty to the child in his gritty surrounds.  The softened sepia and cool grey tones romanticize his posture and remnants of physical toil. Of course the irony is exacerbated by the accompanying descriptions that wax poetic about refined fibers and frayed hems….”

Revisionist Portraiture (2014-2015)

Revisionist Portraiture re-contextualizes historic images, placing child laborers into modern “advertising” simulations. This series was disseminated internationally, as follows:

· Unexpected, International Juried Exhibition, PH21 Gallery, Budapest, Hungary (2015)

· Biennial National Juried Exhibition, Art Students League of Denver, Denver CO (2015) (merit award)

· Providence Art Club 2015 Nationwide All Media Open Juried Exhibition, Providence, RI (2015)

· Annual Juried Exhibit, Delaplaine Visual Arts Center Frederick MD (2014)