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.

Continue reading →

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.

Continue reading →

Field Studies Exhibition

It didn’t seem like much, the pile on the floor. But it represented over a year’s worth of work. 21 artworks were rolled, wrapped and packed up, ready to take to Reno for my long anticipated solo exhibition at the Sierra Arts Gallery.

Continue reading →

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.

Continue reading →

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.

Continue reading →

Turning Over a New Leaf

“You are out of order!” someone says as the gavel hits the block. This is what I am imagining in my head right now as I am posting events out of order here.

Continue reading →

Packing it Up

I am going to give you a peek behind the scenes in the studio. I am starting to get my art ready to go to Reno for a solo exhibition I am having that will be at the Metro Gallery, in October. This packing is not glamorous stuff. It is organization and paying attention to the nitty-gritty details.

Continue reading →

The Sheldon Museum

The Sheldon Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska is located on the University of Nebraska campus. Designed by Philip Johnson and build in 1963, it is an interesting space filled with art.

Continue reading →

SAQA Layered Voices – Part 2

In my last post, I shared some artworks from the Studio Art Quilt Associates’ Layered Voices exhibition that were more neutral in color. Today, I will share some of the pieces that contain more color.

Continue reading →

SAQA Layered Voices – Part 1

When I signed up to go to the Studio Art Quilt Associates conference in Lincoln, NE, I was hoping that maybe I would get to see my own artwork there.

Continue reading →