Sunday, September 25, 2016

KMTV Features "Good Penmanship"

The Twin Falls Idaho CBS afiliate did a story about "Good Penmanship" on Wednesday.  You can check the story out here. 

The show will be up at the Jean B. King Gallery on the Campus of the College of Southern Idaho. until November 26th.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Spirally Goodness in November

I am happy to announce I will be exhibiting at the remarkable Blue Spiral Gallery in November.  The show, called "Use Whatcha Got" will be on display November 17, 2016-January 6, 2017.  It will feature many of my sculptures made from recycled materials.  yea!

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Good Penmanship at the College of Southern Idaho

"Good Penmanship" an exhibit of my fabric and embroidered works based on the cursive alphabet, will be on exhibit at the Jean B. King Gallery  on the campus of the College of Southern Idaho.  The exhibit will run September 20th through November 26th. 

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Redesigning the Windows at Fort Collins Historic Carnegie Library

I am so excited to be working with Bonnie Lebesch on this wonderful Community Art project.  "Flowers Lead to Fruit" will re-envision the windows with the help of the Fort Collins Community.  Follow our progress at the Facebook page for the project.  You can also check out our instagram feed at #ftccarnegie.
Here are some events the Community is invited to participate in:

Step back in history to meet Andrew Carnegie on:
• Thursday, August 18, 6-7:30 and
• Saturday, August 20, 12:30-2pm
Community Creative Center, 200 Mathews St., Fort Collins
Join us again to help paint the panels:
• Wed - Sat, Sept 14-17 and Sept 21-24, 12 - 6pm daily
Community Creative Center, 200 Mathews St., Fort Collins
The artists were inspired by a Latin inscription on a Carnegie
Library building in France that translates to “Flowers Lead to Fruit,”
reflecting Carnegie’s vision of his libraries becoming centers of
knowledge and facilitating the flowering of the mind. This concept
will guide the design of the panels which will also illustrate ideas of
creativity, collaboration, innovation and economic vitality.
“Just as the Community Creative Center is breathing new life into this historic
building, the new window panels will express the vitality that artists infuse into a
community,” -Jeanne Shoaff, Gallery Coordinator, Community Creative Center.