Monday, August 22, 2011

"Sanctuary" Solo Exhibition at The Turchin Center

This week I will install my first big solo exhibition at The Turchin Center in Boone, NC!

Friday, April 22, 2011

Breath of Fresh Spring Air!

Time is so very fast these days! The planet seems especially grateful for spring this year, and spring seems especially fertile and beautiful. It has been hard to reconcile World tragedies of epic proportions with the beauty of spring. I keep those who are suffering in my thoughts and look for ways to be of service. After I juried the Virginia Intermont Fine Arts Exhibition and the Mountain Empire Community College Exhibition I turned my attentions to my own Virginia Highlands Student Exhibition at William King Museum. We had about 60 to 75 guests! I must confess, I am thinking of summer even as the daffodils fade, and the large task I have set for myself in my solo museum show. I am excited and anxious to be able to devote my full attentions to production! I dearly love my students, and they require significant attention in their own right, so I postpone huge new projects a few more weeks, working on sketches and models and plans. Today I will deliver a painting! Yippee! The economy moves! And I already have large rocks picked out to edge a new fire pit out back. What joy to be past the deep freeze!

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Busy Busy!

This grand adventure continues full tilt! Read all about it in "A! Magazine for the Arts" here

Friday, January 28, 2011

NY Arts

International Art Critic Edward Rubin gave me a full page in the current issue of NY Arts Magazine! Got my beautiful hard copies between the snow storms. Will figure out how to post a link...

Thursday, January 6, 2011

1st Solo Museum Exhibition!

My first Solo Museum Exhibition will be at The Turchin Center in Boone, NC from September 2011 to Jan 2012! I drove to Boone between snow storms to spend a day in the space, sitting and watching and looking from inside and out, measuring and sketching. Many many ideas! Now to sort them, figure them, and try them out in the scale model I've made...