Abstractly Speaking at Woman Made Gallery

I am honored to have had my artwork, Leaf Stack #20, juried into the Abstracting Speaking exhibition hosted by Woman Made Gallery in Chicago. 31 artists working in various media were chosen by juror, Melanee Cooper, owner of Melanee Cooper Gallery in Chicago.

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Field Studies at Sierra Arts Gallery

It seemed like it was up and down in no time at all. February is the shortest month, but the time my solo exhibition, Field Studies, was up at Sierra Arts Gallery in Reno, Nevada seemed to go even quicker.

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World of Threads Festival

As a got off the plane, I was surprised how quickly I had made it through customs. The next hurdle was trying to make my way to the train. With a little human help and some signs, I was able to board the express train to downtown Toronto. I was in the city for my first international artist reception.

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Mini Leaf Stack Series

As a member of the Boise Open Studio Collective Organization, I participate in the big annual open studio event each October. This weekend over 60 artists will open the doors of their studio to the public. I will have my studio open Oct. 13th & 14th, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

For the first time, visitors will be able to see my new series of small artworks, the Mini Leaf Stack series.

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Surel's Place Workshop

The table was set with extra chairs around it. A cloth was laid on top. On one end of the table rested a Lazy Susan that held bowls and cups filled with pins and threads. The guests were workshop participants eager to learn from Surel’s Place artist-in-residence, Marguerite Jay Gignoux.

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Portals by Teannalach

Coming in from the cool, cloudy gray afternoon, I entered the warm, glowing gallery and was immediately transported back outside, visually, by the painted Portals of Rachel Teannalach.

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Boise Open Studio Weekend

Today is the start of the Boise Open Studio Collective Organization’s annual open studio tour weekend. Many artists will have their studio open this evening, as well as Saturday and Sunday. We have 60 artists participating this year!

My studio will be open tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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Print Boise

I locked my bike and walked across the street, ready to get out of the heat. I pulled open the large red door and stepped into the white room. Lines were strung across the room. Tiny clothespins held delicate sheets of uniform rectangular paper. It looked like a multitude of Tibetan prayer flags, but they weren’t. These were impressions of Boise.

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Leftovers VII - Idaho Artists

There are some food leftovers that I look forward to having the next day as much as the first. But I am always excited for the Leftovers Print exchange hosted each year by Wingtip Press. This year was Leftovers VII and an exhibition was held at MING Studios earlier this year in May.

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SAQA Conference – Lincoln, NE

Whenever I travel east, it feels a bit like time travel. The cities are older and the buildings more historic. When I recently traveled to Lincoln, Nebraska, it felt like going back into my past.

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