Welcome to my website. I will be keeping you apprised of my exhibitions, publications, and lectures on my Home Page. My Journal page features my current work in progress, images from recent travels, research snippets, and everyday reflections.
Summer is upon us! I am reveling in the abundance of flora blooming in our neighborhood as I savor my daily ritual walks. We are just beginning to reap the benefits of our huge raspberry patch. This is also a fecund time for me artistically.
At the top of my list is my upcoming solo exhibition, Journeying, at N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art in Detroit. It opened to the public June 12-August 22nd. The opening reception on June 12th was amazing. On June 27th I will be presenting a talk in the Rose Gallery at 2 pm.
Many thanks to Lee DeVito from the Detroit Metro Times for writing a terrific article about my work and N’Namdi show in June 10th issue.
On May 8th, Ellen Kayrod Gallery in Detroit opened Women’s Mixed Media Invitational in conjunction with the Detroit Institute of Arts Kahlo/Rivera exhibition. I am pleased to have been invited to exhibit my sculptures, Campfire and Swaddled. The show ran through June 19th.
One of my Tarot Series sculptures, Death, has been published in an article on the Center for Sacred Psychology’s website. The article is entitled Spiritual Astrology Session Ten: Neptune and Pluto. An image of the sculpture can be found on page ten. Many thanks to Betsy Caprio Hedberg for inviting me to contribute art work to this exciting round table discussion.
Soul Shell Teapot was recently a part of Teapots! 9th Invitational at Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery in Pittsburgh, PA. The exhibition ran from April 10th-June 13th. Images of this new direction can be seen by going to my Collections page and clicking on Teapot Series.
Wapiti Pot and Tiger Teapot were shown at Snyderman-Works Galleries in Philadelphia where they were part of a five-person exhibition entitled Animal Imagery. The show closed on January 31st.
My work was featured in Mixed Media Magazine. Many thanks to professor Mary McNichols for writing such a fabulous article and Mixed Media editor Luisa Nims for the insightful interview. If you are not familiar with this terrific on-line publication, you can click on this link to find out more about Mixed Media.
As my beloved mother-in-law Deane Taylor used to say, “Don’t forget to stop and smell the roses!”