Beyond excited to announce that 43 of my paintings, in giclée print format,
will be showing this Fall at the
Ramp to Concourse A!
The show title, Goddess, Woman, Dust and Rainbow,
is a hearty and respectful nod to the
FRONT International and CAN Triennial Art exhibitions taking place all over Northeast Ohio this summer.
I present truthful, sensitive and realistic portraits of goddesses, muses, nuns, artists, mothers, heroes,
icons and women; real and imagined.
And because it's the airport, all are PG…clothed and covered for your family-friendly child-safe viewing pleasure!
Concepts, however, may make you think, and, as always, my goal is to save the world one painting at a time.
Beyond excited to announce that 43 of my paintings, in giclée format,
My Body, My Decision, from my growing pro-choice series,
is honored to be showing as part of the
Allied Artists of America 109th Annual Exhibition
at the historic
524 Wick Ave., Youngstown, Ohio
Gallery Hours, Tuesday through Saturday 11-4:00, Sunday 12-4:00
Show dates September 10 through October 9th.
I featured My Body, My Decision on Living Figuratively, watch it now!
Thalia: Levity on the Left and Thalia: Reverie on the Right
were accepted by Judge Lee Albin to
607 Mena Street, Mena, Arkansas
Gallery Hours: Wednesday to Saturday 10:00 to 3:00
Show dates: August 31 to October 29, 2022
Trust Women, from my growing pro-choice series, is honored to have been accepted to the
highly competitive Paul and Norma Tikkanen Painting Prize Exhibition
2928 West 13th Street, Ashtabula, Ohio
Mon-Thurs: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.
Show dates October 3-31, 2022
I featured Trust Women on Living Figuratively, watch it now!
72 pages, 55 full color images and chock full of paintings and stories of
Goddesses, Mortals and Heroines as seen through my contemporary feminist lens.
$50 plus tax.
So psyched that Cleveland ABC News5 came out to cover the Goddess Project: Innocents Panel Discussion March 20th!
It was an amazing event. I was honored and humbled to share the stage and meet these strong women who've been through more than we can imagine whether they were wrongfully incarcerated or loved someone who was. It is to their huge credit that they continue to work with the Ohio Innocence Project to help others who were wrongfully incarcerated
as they transition back into the world they have been robbed of for so long.
Thank you to Chagrin Arts for hosting the exhibit and the Panel Discussion.
Show continues through June 12th at Chagrin Arts in Downtown Chagrin Falls, Ohio.
Thrilled to announce that my painting, ONE, has been awarded finalist status at the Portrait Society of America Members Only Exhibition in the Non-commissioned Portrait Category! She was also very recently awarded an Honorable Mention at the Valley Art Center 50th Anniversary Show!
After entering this holy grail of a prestigious Portrait competition for 12 years, I have finally achieved a placement among the stellar 100 chosen from over 2200 entries.
This is a huge first for me and I'm thrilled about it!
Believe it or not, digital copies (not NFTs) of
SIX of my paintings, Secure the Perimeter, The Skeptic, Charmed, Serenity Prayer (sold), The Orange Hoodie (sold)
and Miss Magnolia and the Red Stain (sold)
will be included in the Lunar Time Capsule
and joining NASA’s scientific payloads on
Astrobotic’s Peregrine Mission One sometime in July 2021.
Artists on the Moon is an initiative coordinated by
physicist Dr. Samuel Peralta.
Approximately 1200 artworks, books and one Artificial Intelligence-created project are digitally included in this time capsule to be archived on the moon via Astrobotic's Peregrine Lunar Lander, traveling on United Launch Alliance's Vulcan Centaur rocket.
How did my works get invited to make this historic ride? They were all included in various Poets/Artists Magazines over the years, and that was one of the many places
Dr. Peralta looked when choosing art for the moon…
right place at the right time!
Three of these historic works are sold, but the other three, pictured here, are still available.
Check ’em out at my online shop now, under the category, Art to the Moon!
With its mission of 25 Museum Shows in 25 Years, the American Women Artists organization is unique in its approach to advocating for women artists. I was proud to have achieved Associate with Distinction Status a few years back, and now have moved up to Signature Status with this esteemed organization.
This is so special because I basically grew up in art hearing about the Salmagundi Club in New York from my Portrait Teacher at the Cleveland Institute of Art, José Cintron. He spoke of it with a reverence for the artistic giants of portraiture who have also been members since it began in 1871. William Merrit Chase, Norman Rockwell, Childe Hassam, N.C. Wyeth, Howard Pyle…even Louis Comfort Tiffany. The Salmagundi Club positioned itself at that lovely crossroads between narrative, representational art and illustration, at a time when that was going out of favor, they carried the torch.
Catharine Lorillard Wolf was a major collector and patron of the arts at the turn of the last century. The CLWAC was established to honor her legacy. Thrilled to announce that I am the newest elected member of this prestigious and selective 122 year old Organization.
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