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Exhibitions Publication Awards 

Also, education, social media, giving back and artist statement.

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Exhibitions

Stories  From My Childhood, Northern Illinois University Art Museum, Dekalb, IL, 2022- 2023

 

Social and Politically Engaged Art, ETSU Art Museum, Tenn. 2022

Picturing 2020: A Community Reflects​, The University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ, 2020 - 2021 

 

Black Lives Matter Exhibit, Legacy Lab, Sacramento, CA, 2020

The Fletcher International Jury Exhibit, Reece Museum, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN, 2020

Exhibit: Leaders We Love and Despise, Kane Space Project, Chicago, IL, 2018 

The Fletcher International Jury Exhibit, Reece Museum, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN, 2019

Found Recyclable Objects Exhibit, Kishwaukee College, Malta, IL, 1994

South Holland Annual Art Exhibit, South Holland, IL, 1992

South Holland Annual Art Exhibit, South Holland, IL, 1991

Publications

These Five Artist Confronting the Climate Crisis with Climate Change Art by Eva Hagan Green Matters, New York City, NY 2023

Mid-Week Libation: Passion is the Bridge by Ryan Elston, The Epicurean Vagabonds, Paris, France, 2023

Bold Feminist Artist Abby Moon Zeciroski by The City Life, New York City, NY, 2022

The World Is on Fire: Artists Respond to the Protest by Antonio Luca and Jaspal Rivait The New York Times, New York City, NY, 2020

Artists Share Virtual Support for Black Lives Matter Protest by Shiyu Xu Pavement Pieces New York University, New York City, NY, 2020

Artist Abby Zeciroski Creating Work That Is Unapologetically Pro-Choice, Pro LGBTQ+ & Political, By Asha Dahya, Girl Talk HQ, Los Angles, California 2020

Artel Brainstorm Mag Kolah Studios, Iran Magazine, Iran, 2020

Making The Invisible Visible, Which are the Censored Artist on Social Media that are More Mentioned on Google Search? by Politenico, 2019

Art Local Lesbian Artist on Being Banned from Social Media by Julia Hale, Windy City Times, Chicago, IL, 2019

Sock Drive Adds to Holiday Spirit for Youth at The Crib by Gretchen Racheal Hammond, Windy City Times, Chicago, IL, 2019

Kishwaukee College Art Exhibit, The Kaleidoscope, Malta, IL, 1994

Art Finalist Spirit of Liberty Art Competition, South Holland Tribune, South Holland, IL, 1991 

Juniors, Seniors, Recognize during Thornwood Program, The Star, South Holland, IL, 1992

South Holland Annual Art Show, The Star, South Holland, IL, 1991

Awards

FE 10th Anniversary Award, Fletcher Exhibition Reece Museum 2022

 

Final 3 out of 10,000 entries, Spirit of Liberty Art Competition, June 13, 1991

First place – Found Recyclable Objects Kishwaukee College Art Exhibit, 1994

Honored, Most Likely to Succeed in Her Field and Recognize Academic Achievement, 1992

 

Honorable Mention Best of Work South Holland Annual Art Show, 1991 & 1992

Creative Achievement Award, Produced More Artwork Than All Students Combined, 1992

Nominated For Several Scholarship SAIC 1993  & 1994

Education

The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Drawing & Painting, Chicago, IL

Social Media

Instagram 24,2K Followers, High Engagement

Give Back 

Donated and Fundraised 4,500 Socks, Hundreds of Lunches and Care-packages for Chicago Homeless. Chicago Marathon for Tree House Cat Shelter. 

 Artist Statement

My art is driven by a deep-rooted inspiration from the quote by Cesar Cruz, which calls to comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable. It is a reflection of my inner drive to explore personal issues such as mental illness, PTSD, and use my artistic expression as a form of art activism. Through a fusion of traditional and digital mediums, I aim to express my vulnerabilities, challenge the status quo, and advocate for social change. My art serves as a powerful platform for dialogue, provoking emotions and promoting empathy in the broader community, as I strive to make a meaningful impact through my creative endeavors.

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