Tag Archives: exhibitions

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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Exhibition From My Residency in Shetland: June 24 – July 26

  I am busy finishing artwork and framing it to get ready to install this exhibit in a few weeks at West Suburban Medical Center in Oak Park. I will have about thirty pieces total, half of which I completed in Shetland and half I completed over the last couple of months. The opening reception […]

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