Thursday, July 17, 2014

Working on the road

Working on a commission of zipper towers in the mountains of Colorado.  They look right at home. 

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Fort Collins Studio Tour and Sale

Please stop by my studio as part of the Fort Collins Studio Tour.

Friday, June 27, 4pm-9pm
Saturday, June 28, 10am-5pm
Sunday June 29, 11am-4pm

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My studio is located at 1900 Sheely Drive, Fort Collins.

I hope to see you this weekend!

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Fort Collins Studio tour preview exhibition

Tomorrow night, Friday June 13th from 5 -7:00 is the opening of the Fort Collins Studio tour preview exhibition at the Lincoln Center galleries.  This show will feature one piece from each of the participants on the studio tour.  I will have this piece, XYZ2 on display.  The studio tour will be June 27, 28, and 29th.  Come out and get a preview of the work and an idea of the work you would like to see!

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

See my work at Coopersmith's!

I just installed a show of my work in Coopersmith's Brew Pub in Old Town Fort Collins.  The work looks great and it is a wonderful space.  My favorite thing o the menu?  Coopersmith's Rootbeer!
Also, I went into labor with my youngest daughter at Coopersmith's,  so it has a place in my heart!!  here are a few pictures of the work I have featured in this show.

Monday, May 19, 2014

Arts Brookfield - #ArtSetFree

Arts Brookfield - #ArtSetFree. I am excited to have my art in the running for the #artSetFree competition  by Arts Brookfield.  The more shares my work gets via Facebook, Pintrest, or twitter! the better chance I have of exhibiting my work in their venues.  Please take a second and visit this link and share away!!!

Monday, May 12, 2014

Selling work, randomly.....

I love it when people find me on the internet.  I especially love it when collectors find me on the internet and purchase work.  It is like I am sending the work off on a new adventure.   Bye, "Wonton".  Enjoy your new life! 

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Joey back at Big Al's, and once again, all is perfect in Fort collins

Here is an article from the local paper about the return of the Joey painting to Big Al's.  Apparently, the culprit was known to some of the folks at Big Al's and they contacted him.  A short time later, the painting ended up in a trash bag behind a church.  Does any one else see parallels between this story and this years Pulitzer Prize winner "the Goldfinch"?  Did Joey bring this guy some peace to his otherwise crazy world?  We will never know.  Hopefully this publicity will help the artist sell the painting, or maybe the whole series!!

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