I became a local artist in residence at 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica the third week in September, 2018. My posts, while a chronicle of sorts of the experience, won't necessarily , nor summarily, begin at the beginning. Works in various states of completion. Love lots … [Read more...] about 18(1): Working at 18th Street Arts Center
It has been exciting to lead programs at the Granada Hills Branch Library of the LAPL, as part of my Artist in Residency there: “We Write the Book“, supported by the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs In honor of Native American Heritage Month, participants created … [Read more...] about “Tunneling through” at the Granada Hills Branch Library!
Using the term "white" very broadly. It is really the layering of similar hued discrete textures and materials and the richness, emotions and feelings this creates...thread on paper, paper on cloth, cord on cloth, paper on board. Cord, string and thread falling to the tabletop, gathering, … [Read more...] about Like White on White 2
If you are in the Los Angeles Area, please join 18th Street Arts Center from 7-10PM November 10th for a special event: "We the Artists" celebrates the 30th birthday of the largest artist residency program in Southern California! I am thrilled to have recently become a local artist in residence, … [Read more...] about “We the Artists” at 18th Street Arts Center!
A simple post sharing about a simply lovely program I was privileged to lead at the Bell Library one of the many fine Los Angeles County Libraries serving their patrons with devotion, commitment and love! Parents, children and Library Staff participated. The wonderful Library provides programs … [Read more...] about Bell Library
I am thrilled and honored to be included in: Blackout, Ashton Gallery / Art on 30th' s National Show, which promises to feature, " the best pieces from all over the country that include the color black: seductive, powerful, elegant, formal, prestigious, and mysterious.” Image identifying the … [Read more...] about don’t faint, Blackout