• October 16th and 17th 2021: New Haven "Open Source"

    This weekend is the traditional Open Studios for Erectors Square in New Haven, Ct. My studio is Building 7, Studio B on the ground floor. I will be there from noon to three pm both days. Please drop by.

  • 36th Annual Medieval and Renaissance Form

    Paper: "Two Sides of the Same Coin: The Use of Contrasting Anglicized Images of Jesus and Negative Stereotyped Images of Contemporary Jews to Create Anti-Semitic Propaganda in Europe from AD 1000 to AD 1500"

    at Keene State College; April 24-25,2015

  • "The Art of Invisibility: Encountering Religion and the Secular in Contemporary Art"

    Group Art Exhibition
    Brown University
    The Granoff Center, Lower Gallery
    Feb. 18 - March 6 2015

  • Albert Schweitzer Institute hosts "Rebbe" Series

    The Rebbe series will be on display at the Albert Schweitzer Institute on the campus of Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT through May 2011. A gallery reception will be held Friday February 4 3-5 pm.

  • Upcoming One Artist Exhibitions

    3 more one artist exhibitions are scheduled for the Rebbe Series:

    June 2011 in Tenafly, NJ:
    Waltuch Gallery at Kaplen Jewish Community Center on the Palisades

    December 2011 in Omaha, NE:
    The Gallery at the Jewish Community Center of Omaha

    February-March 2012 in Minneapolis, MN:
    Tychman Shapiro Gallery at Sabes Jewish Community Center

  • Still Life Territory

    Still Life with Red Flower and Still Life with 3 Flowers are on exhibit as part of the juried exhibition Still Life Territory at The Silo Gallery of The Henderson Cultural Center at Hunt Hill Farm in New Milford, CT August 7-September 12.

  • *Rebbes* in Stoughton, Massechusetts

    24 paintings from the Rebbe series are on display at The Perkins Gallery at The Striar Jewish Community Center, 445 Central Street Stoughton, Mass. The show entitled "Circle of Joy" and will be on exhibit through December 2, 2008. There will be an opening reception Sunday November 2 2-4 pm with an artists' talk at 3.

  • Illinois Central College

    Illinois Central College in East Peoria, IL will host a one artist exhibition of the "Layered" series August-September 2009.

  • Confluence 2009 (Foundations in Art Theory and Education)

    In April 2009 Stephen B. Henderson will chair the session entitled “Going Solo: Strategies for One Person Art Programs” at Confluence 2009, the bi-annual meeting of FATE (Foundations in Art Theory and Education).

  • Galex 42

    "Nocturne in Red and Gold" from the Layered series was included in the national juried exhibition Galex 42 at The Galesburg Civic Art Center in Galesburg, IL.

  • Medieval and Renaissance Forum 29

    I will be presenting a paper entitled "Hell Fire, Miraculous Saints and Stigmata: Visions of Extreme Faith in Late Medieval Art" at Plymouth State University's 29th Annual Medieval and Renaissance Forum being held April 25-26, 2008 in Plymouth, NH.

    In 2006 I presented a paper entitled "Lost Love: The Search for Images of Love in Medieval Art" at the 27th annual forum.

  • Political Art Show

    "Red", one of the watercolor collages in my "Layered" series has been accepted into the national juried exhibition entitled "The Political Show: Art About Politics and Change". The Exhibition will take place February 25 through April 14, 2008 at The North Santiam Gallery on the campus of Linn Benton Community College in Albany, OR.

    "Red" has previously been exhibited in national juried exhibitions at The MicroMuseum in Brooklyn, NY and The Northern California Center for the Arts in Carmichael, CA.

  • Rebbe Series at Gates of Eden Gallery

    Gates of Eden Gallery in Peoria, IL will host a one artist exhibition of The Rebbe series October 1-31.

  • Images of Peace

    Stephen B. Henderson is the Curator and Juror of a national juried exhibition entitled Images of Peace September 23-October 14 2007. This exhibition is sponsored by the Albert Schweitzer Institute at Quinnipiac Univesity in Hamden, Connecticut as part of the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Albert Schweitzer's call for nuclear disarmament. For more information visit the exhibit's website http://www.quinnipiac.edu/artexhibit.xml