I am thrilled to participate in the Center for Contemporary Art's International Juried Exhibition showing "Maximum Security" made of Book Board, Wood, Mulberry Paper, Paint, Canvas, Watercolor Paper, Hemp Cord EXHIBITION DATES: January 14, 2022 – February 26, 2022 Opening: Friday, … [Read more...] about The Center for Contemporary Art 2022 International Juried Show
What do we seek, yearn for, want, crave, need, are motivated to strive for, for this New Year coming up? What is Possible? And How do we Achieve it? What are the Possibilities, and how do we Realize them, in this day and age, in this present moment, under our current circumstances, confronted by … [Read more...] about Unfolding Possibilities: Something to Ponder for the New Year
I have been thrilled to be included in the exhibition, Mostly Monochrome, presented online by the loved and respected WoArt Blog, and curated by WoArtBlog founder, Christina Massey, offering a strong platform for Women Artists. November 1 – 30th, 2021 www.woartblog.com. “Mostly Monochrome” … [Read more...] about “MOSTLY MONOCHROME” from WoArt!
THE 2021 ART OF THE BOOK & PAPER SCULPTURE! “In 2011, we held the first Art of the Book exhibit in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Rochester Public Library. At the time, we wanted to celebrate what has been at the core of libraries for centuries–the book. We marveled over the intricate … [Read more...] about 2021 INTERNATIONAL ART OF THE BOOK: In Living Color
I was thrilled to be included in the exhibition LIMINAL, at Verum Ultimum Gallery in which artists were invited to explore the theme of liminality in any interpretation, media and form of visual art. "Liminal is the space between. What significance does transition (or the “space between“) have … [Read more...] about LIMINAL: The Book
I am thrilled to participate in the show Mostly Monochrome, November 1 – 30th, 2021, presented by www.woartblog.com and curated by Christina Massey, founder and force of nature behind and in front of WoArt! “Mostly Monochrome” is an online exhibition featuring artists using a mostly … [Read more...] about Mostly Monochrome: Limiting the Palette