April 26th -29th 2018
I will be showing work at Art Market International Art Fair, San Francisco, with the Kala Institute of Art Gallery.
March 2 – May 28, 2018
Portsmouth Art and Cultural Center
In Print offers a contemporary view on the innovative ways that visual artists are exploring the printmaking medium. Bodies of work by regional and nationally acclaimed artists are featured in various techniques ranging from the traditional engraving to lithography, woodcut, stencil, silkscreen and 3-D printing.
Air, Water, Earth Exhibition
Los Angeles printmaking Society Juried Exhibition
Reception- Earth Day April 22nd, 1:00PM to 3:00PM
The Muckenthaler Cultural Center
1201 W. Malvern Ave. Fullerton, CA 92833
Earth Day Events: April 22nd, 1:00PM to 3:00PM
The Farthest Shore
Santa Rosa - The Farthest Shore, an immersive exhibit of works by six prominent women printmaking artists, will be featured at the Robert F. Agrella Art Gallery at Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) from February 20th through March 15th. The artists’ works will be shown together for the first time, inviting viewers to consider ideas of landscape, water, and the unknown through large paper installations that will fill the gallery to create a space for viewers to explore their own farthest shore.
Curated by Hannah Skoonberg.
The Scuola Internazionale di Grafica, Venice,
Visiting Guest Artist Full Fellowship, Boston Printmakers
At the beginning of 2018, I spent 5 weeks on a printmaking fellowship at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice Italy.
My arrival in Venice coincided with the completion of a print for a themed portfolio responding to the impact of rising global sea levels on our infrastructure, and so landing on an island surrounded, and often inundated, by water, was timely. Venice, and its the proximity to the Adriatic and Mediterranean, also brought to mind the continuing tragedy of migrant crossings that continue in that part of the world, the cost to human life and its political ramifications.
My work has always centered in my response to my immediate environment, and Venice offered me a very different experience to the contemporary urban norms of my usual surroundings.
Embracing a more fluid approach to my work during the residency, I became interested in exploring how the quality of light affected the constantly shifting patterns of the water along the canals and in the lagoon itself , and how the nature of the water can change, from benign to threatening,depending on the conditions.