What a year... My first thoughts are for the wellbeing of all, for that which we grieve and that which we celebrate. We are in this together as family, community and the world. It puts what is most precious in perspective. We are invited to hold hope, bring about real and much needed change and choose to be light. Art for me is a way to express beauty, soul and human response.
So it is with both a sobriety of how things are and a hope that we will not just transcend this, but instead will be part of an inclusive transformation, that I share current art news:
2021 "PAINTWORKS AT THE PRAIRIE"
PRAIRIE CAFE 3109 Pheasant Branch Road Middleton, WI
My solo show kicks off on January 5, 2021 and runs through April 2021 featuring both Abstract and Traditional Paintings. Stop by and check it out!
I am now represented by FINE LINE DESIGN GALLERY in Door County.
It's an honor to be part of this stunning art gallery just outside of Ephraim on HWY 42. I am so grateful for the enthusiastic response to my work during my first season there as an artist. Thank you Shari Gransee and Team.
Be sure to stop in when your'e visiting the Door!
OTHER NOTES OF INTEREST
In Mineral Point, WI I have small works on paper available at Brewery Pottery Gallery on 276 Shake Rag Street. A fantastic gallery with a wide selection of artists and mediums. www.brewerypottery.com
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF THE ARTS AND ARTISTS. DON'T FORGET TO SUPPORT THE GALLERIES TOO. IT MEANS SO MUCH.
HERE'S TO 2021!
Be well, stay strong and be a light.
"The artwork is rich in surface, gesture, and textures that move your eye around the picture plan in a satisfying journey. Some of the shapes seem almost nature-like, others are made by scrafrito scratches in the surface revealing mysterious possibilities in the colors underneath. Marks are made with courage and confidence, that create a complexity in the contrast of color, shapes and surface that seem to imply a narrative that I may discover if I stay with it long enough. It is an artwork that draws you to it again and again." (Award comments from Juror and Artist Helen Klebesadel)
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