Here are a few projects I have been a part of over the years.


Ecko Block Party, NYC

In 2005, Mark Ecko tried to hold a block party celebrating the urban artwork of graffiti. Although the city gave permission to hold this public party they then rescinded their permission when some local politicians objected to the theme matter. Ecko wound up going to court to protect his First Amendment rights, and won with ease. Some of New York's oldest and finest painters were invited to showcase their skills on replicas of NYC subways from a bygone era. No actual subway cars were harmed during the party. The replica subway cars were crafted by Metal Man Ed. You can view more of his handicraft at MetalManEd.com.


When Women Pursue Justice, Brooklyn, NY

When Women Pursue Justice was a mural collaboration conceived and organized by the ArtMakers in 2005. Lady Pink was one of 30+ women artists that painted portraits honoring the many women in history that have helped push human rights to the forefront. This massive mural was painted over the course of 2 months on the corner of Bedford and Nostrand Ave in Brooklyn. For more information on the ArtMakers please visit their site at: http://www.artmakersnyc.org. The mural's main portrait was of Shirley Chisholm in whose district the mural was located. Around 100 people attended the unveiling honoring a woman who wanted to be known as a catalyst for change.


Spring Street Mural , NYC

In December 2006, Wooster Collective organized a massive mural project inside 11 Spring St. They called together street artists, sticker kids and graffiti writers from around the world to cover the entire interior of a 5 story building, that was undergoing renovation, with artwork. This is Lady Pink's section on the 4th floor in her continuing theme of civil liberty abuse. You can find out more about this historic event at WoosterCollective.com.


University of Iowa, 2010

Visiting the University of Iowa campus in April 2010 in conjunction with the University of Iowa Museum of Art (UIMA)'s exhibition, "Two Turntables and a Microphone: Hip-Hop Contexts featuring Harry Allen's 'Part of the Permanent Record: Photos from the Previous Century,'" which featured a digital display of her work.


Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA)

Have worked with the students from the FSSA high school for many years on various projects.

Working with the students and through the Project Sunshine Organization, we created some paintings to be hung at the children's ward of the Wyckoff Hospital in Brooklyn, NY.


Art Basel, Miami

Invited to participate at Art Basel in Miami


Welling Court Mural Project

Working with Ad Hoc Art since 2010 to unite the artists from the neighborhood and the world to create site-specific works, which provides new arrays of visual experiences, changing how people perceive and interact with their environment. 


Gardiner Open Studio Tours (GOTS)

Local area artists, potters, photographers, sculptors and more open their studios to the public for a multi-day, weekend event which takes place yearly. As part of the promotion we paint doors and place them throughout Gardiner's Main Street and New Paltz. (#GOTSdoors)


Specialties I've had to create

From toys to trash cans... here are some I've done.


A.C.E. Interactive Art Installation

Trailer for interactive art installation at Panorama. The All City Express (A.C.E.) pays homage to graffiti art’s NYC roots while looking towards its virtual future by combining cutting-edge motion capture technology and life-size high-definition video displays to reimagine the Top to Bottom for the digital age. Curation by Meres One and Marie Flageul. Developed by AST Studios with Tangible Interaction. Featuring works by Lady Pink, Tkid 170, Python, See, Meres One, Toofly, Jerms, and Topaz.


Kingston's O+ Festival

October 2016, participated in this annual event to help artists with their health. Check out the TWC News coverage.