Come see me at “Home Grown”

  There’s a great opening tonight for the art show “Home Grown” at Cornelius Arts Center. I have a piece in the show, “Crossing Over,” and there will be many, many great pieces by local artists. If you live in the Charlotte/Lake Norman area, come out! It’ll be from 6:30-8:30 p.m., with the artist talk at 7:00 (I’m one of the speakers). Cornelius Arts Center is located at 19725 Oak Street, Cornelius, NC 28031. The phone number is (704) 896-8823.Read more

Last Night of “Story”

And so we come to the end of the story. Night 3 of my show “Story” takes place tomorrow night beginning at 7:30 p.m. at OTPH in Cornelius, NC. The Facebook invitation is here. I’ll share stories (my own and the art’s) 8ish. I’m so thankful to all the people I’ve met and all the support I’ve received–and a chance to know that when we share stories, we touch each other and remind each other that we’re not alone–and thatRead more

My Show is featured in The Herald Weekly!

A special thanks to The Herald Weekly and reporter Bruce Dunbridge for their article, “Exhibit explores artist’s trauma” in the December 26-31 edition (pages 18-19). I thoroughly enjoyed talking to Bruce and learned even more about myself and my artistic process in our conversation. There is an online version here.Read more

October Fine Art America Contest Wins and My First Solo Show!

I had two third place contest wins at Fine Art America in October! “To Touch the Moon” won third place in the contest “Enchanted.” “Muse” won again (!), this time a third place win in “Best Digital Art on FAA.” But the best news is that both of these images will be part of my first solo show called “Story,” which opens Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at Old Town Public House in Cornelius, NC. The show will run for three months,Read more

“Element” opens at Brick Row Gallery

I have a piece tonight at “Element,” Brick Row Gallery’s latest show. It should be a fantastic mix of local artists and their works. I’d taken a bit of a sabbatical from showing, and I’m happy to be back! There’s also an article in The Herald Weekly, where I was given a chance to talk about my work for the show. If any of you live near the Charlotte/Lake Norman area, come say “hi!” I’d love to meet you!Read more

“The Power of Labeling” exhibition

There are exciting and innovative things going on in the art world right now. The Incluseum is one of them. It’s a Seattle-based project that seeks social inclusion in museums. Part of that mission is to rethink how institutional cultural spaces operate in general. Recently they decided to play with a traditional museum function: the exhibition. They asked, “What would a digital exhibition look like and what would its process be if inclusion was THE central and driving value?” WorkingRead more