I don't know what to do with my rage. The reality of our country is sinking in. I had been in a state of shock for weeks after the election. I was in denial for months--I was in denial until the inauguration. Normally, I can use art to express the everything that builds up in... Continue Reading →
My piece, Any Scraps You Can Give, was accepted into the annual regional art exhibition, Art on the Plains XII, at the Plains Art Museum in Fargo, ND.The exhibition was on display from Feb 13–May 22, 2016. I was also pleased to have had the opportunity to attend the opening on Saturday, Feb 13. "Art... Continue Reading →
Out of over 600 entries, my two works were accepted into this year's Peace Project publication and traveling art exhibition (consisting of 150 pieces). Life was sort of crazy at the time, with starting a new job and other craziness, and I forgot to purchase a book (and they appear to have sold out of... Continue Reading →
This month, I was the featured artist at this fantastic local shop, Curious. The atmosphere of this store is delightful, so if you are in or near Grand Forks, you should stop by.
When we first moved to Grand Forks, I forced myself out of my comfort zone, and applied to any community art event/exhibition if my art was suitable. I donated several pieces to charity auctions. I was also elated to take part in Grand Fork's annual The Art of Giving charity art sale. Any exposure is... Continue Reading →
This isn't a post about renovation or redecorating our rental home. This is simply my favorite room in our house. Once my studio is set up, I finally feel at home. However, it is a rare moment when I am able capture an image of this room--clean. My husband has proposed the theory, on more... Continue Reading →