I can’t believe that my painting, Chasm of the Bingham, was acquired for the permanent collection at the Phoenix Art Museum! Thanks to Robischon Gallery, Tomorrow’s Harvest and curator Besty Fahlman for making this possible! I am so thrilled to have my work alongside such amazing historic Western paintings. (Image credit: Phoenix Art Museum, photo by Airi Katsuta)
I am so honored to be part of this exhibition, curated by Betsy Fahlman, at the Phoenix Art Museum. If you’re in the area, the exhibition will be hanging until March 6th, 2022. If you can’t make it to Phoenix, the Hirmer publication accompanying the exhibition is worth its weight in gold (no pun intended)! I am still pinching myself that the book designers chose my painting for the hardback cover.
Check out this beautiful folio for the Output – Art After Fire project I worked on as a co-conspirator and also as an artist mentor. It was amazing to see how the shared experience of wildfires brought artists and writers together from fire-prone Australia and the western United States.
I am so thrilled to have this exhibition, two years in the making, finally up at the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art. It’s an honor to curate such an amazing group of artists as part of the larger, Extraction: Art on the Edge of the Abyss Project! The show is up until September 19th. Stay tuned for announcements about the performance and events that will
I so enjoyed being part of the conversation at EcoArtSpace Tree Talk series! For those who were unable to make the event, here is a link to a video of the presentations and panel discussion.
I’m super excited to be a visiting artist and mentor for the 2021 Art + Rural Environments Field School offered by Richard Saxton through University of Colorado – Boulder. If you’re interested in participating, visit the website!
Well, on view at least virtually! The only good thing that has come from COVID is the increased presence of art work and art exhibitions online. My work is currently part of the stellar Co-Terminus Exhibition at Union Hall Gallery. Currently, the exhibition is only on view virtually. But, come December 16th you can once again make a reservation to see the show in person!
Image credit of Union Hally Gallery
I’m so excited to share the political poster/yard sign I created for the High Stakes exhibition put on by Robischon Gallery. This piece honors 100 years of women’s suffrage using the famous suffrage slogan, Forward Out Of Darkness, to demand rights for the ultimate female, our Mother Earth. Check out my work alongside other great Robischon artists by visiting the link in my bio. Each artist in the show chose a non-profit to donate the proceeds from the sale of the yard signs/posters to. Prints are reasonably priced and the proceeds from my sales will go to Environmental Defense Fund. Purchase yours today by contacting the gallery.