Category Archives: Exhibitions

Happy Holidays!

Wrapping up 2017, I’ve got a bunch of paintings at Gather in Evanston. I’ve combined several from my most recent series with some of the alphabet paintings from 2014. They live together nicely as both series have a colorful, story-like thing happening, so it’s like they are talking to each other. Or something like that […]

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We Are Enough/Solidarity and Survivorship

The October juried exhibition, We Are Enough, was combined with another curated show titled Solidarity and Survivorship at the Oak Park Art League, and I had pieces in both. Both are moving testaments to life and acceptance and harsh realities and celebration, and I expected they would be moving to see, but I didn’t expect […]

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Shows!

A lot is going on all of a sudden, as seems to happen every year around this time through the month of October. It’s exciting, though, working on so many things at once! First, I am thrilled that this piece, “Story,” has been awarded an Honorable Mention by judge Ames Hawkins in the Intersection: Art […]

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It’s July! Where has time gone?!

Well, I know where the past two weeks have gone, anyway. I have been immersed in two consecutive art camps with a few dozen 5-8 year olds making undersea worlds and a city neighborhood, among other things. Watching kids make art is a delightful way to spend a few hours every morning. They are so […]

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“Spontaneous” at Gather

I have a show going on until mid-January at the wonderful gallery/community kid art space, Gather, in Evanston, Illinois. It is a show of work I would call spontaneous, in that it is based on the idea of a painting-a-day, and so I spent most of October making paintings, one each sitting. I didn’t spend […]

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Acrylic and Mixed Media at the Lighthouse

  I have three pieces in the Places & Spaces show at the Oak Park Art League, which runs until June 4. They are all from my residency and all three are mixed media pieces on birch board: I finished these three pieces toward the end of my residency, I guess I would say when […]

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