There's a cool new show in town, transforming not through trickery, but with an Open Heart, and wondrous "soft" materials. “Textiles have the universally demonstrated capacity for holding meaning, establishing connections, and creating healing. As we emerge, on many levels, from the darkness … [Read more...] about Tricksters and Transformation…What could be better?
Artist books take many forms – from handmade and lusciously tactile to linear and informative, abstract and questioning to sculptural and monumental. The Decatur Arts Alliance presents the ninth edition of the juried exhibition of artists’ books, The Book as Art v.9: Muse, August 13–October 3, … [Read more...] about Musings…THE BOOK AS ART v. 9: MUSE
I am thrilled to be showing "Burning Bush" 7.5 x 11 x 5.5", mixed media IN THE 2021 ART OF THE BOOK & PAPER SCULPTURE Exhibition at the Rochester Public Library through October 30, 2021. “In 2011, we held the first Art of the Book exhibit in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Rochester … [Read more...] about The Art of the Book, and then some….
I has thrilled to be included in at Monmouth University Center for the Arts Pollak Gallery June 17 – October 14 , 2021 I am showing two Artists' Books of which denim is a primary material: Reading Color I (outside) 8.75 x 13.25 x 6.25", mixed media/artists' book Reading Color … [Read more...] about “The Fine Art of Denim”
I am thrilled to participate in the exhibition Brand 49 Annual National Juried Exhibition of Works on Paper, September 11 – October 30, 2021, showing a collaborative artist book work created with contemporary artist Luciana Abait, entitled, “drift“. The piece highlights the effect humans are … [Read more...] about “drift” over to the Brand
I am thrilled to be participating in: REFLECTION at the The Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles in partnership with Launch LA co-juried by Sunook Park and Terrell Tilford A reflection may be an image mirrored back to the observer or serious thought and consideration. In the case of … [Read more...] about Facing REFLECTION at the Korean Cultural Center