Colin's alternate biographical worlds are inspired by a hybrid interest in natural history, folklore and science fiction. The resulting sculptures, installations and stop-motion films often represent a collection of odd narratives colored by fantastical interpretations of nature throughout human history.
Recent exhibitions include:
"Master of War" A Merman I Should Turn to Be, 2017; curated by Brian Cirmo, Albany Center Gallery.
"Out of Site" Shadow of the Cave Deer, 2017; curated by Sharon Bates, Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood.
The Mechanical Bear and Thunderbird's Wilderness Dream, 2017. Artist-in-residence, Yeah Maybe Gallery in Minneapolis, MN, 2017.
In 2016, Colin launched Galleon as his artist-in-residence project at The University at Albany Museum of Art's “Future Perfect: Picturing the Anthropocene”. The installation was featured as a working studio and production set of the stop-motion science-fiction documentary film for the duration of the exhibit. https://www.albany.edu/futureperfect/
Other exhibitions include Mass MoCA Kidspace, Opalka Gallery Sage College, Albany Institute of History and Art, College of William and Mary and public art installation of Cormorants and the Whale (2012-2017) at Albany International Airport.
In 2008, Colin co-founded Collar Works Art Gallery in Troy, NY, a non-profit arts venue for advancing careers of under-represented and emerging artists. Colin has worked for the Studio Art Program at Middlebury College since 2013.