These are challenging times and my first thoughts are for the wellbeing of all. 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:
Just Announced! Solo Exhibition at Oasis Cafe in Fitchburg,WI from September-October. Stop by and check out all things contemporary abstract art!
More info to come.
Grateful to have been invited to be part of Hardy Gallery's 2020 Collection Invitational Exhibition and Collector's Choice Benefit Silent Auction Fundraiser.
Exhibition runs from August 15th-September 13th in Ephraim, WI.
So thrilled to be represented by beautiful Fine Line Art Gallery in Door County for their 2020 season. I will also be one of four featured artists in September!
Artist Reception Sept. 5th 4-7pm.
Very excited to be part of this amazing gallery just outside of Ephraim on HWY 42.
My Solo Exhibition, "Celebration of Shape and Color " has ended at Prairie Cafe and Bakery. I'm on the docket for 2021 for January and February. Thank you Dan and team for your support of art in the community.
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
Thankyou Eva and Serey at Fern and Dina's Gallery & Gifts
in Fernandina Beach, Florida. Your gallery, support of artists and community presence will be sorely missed. While I am sad at the closing of your beautifuI gallery, I wish you all the best in your next adventures.
Be well, stay strong and be 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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