Inside/Outside - Kaller Fine Arts, Washington, DC

I'm happy to announce my recent association with Kaller Fine Arts in Washington, DC, and my participation in their group show, Inside/Outside, which will be opening with an evening reception on October 13.  Seven of my large scale, waxed Kozo pieces from my Sojourn in Seasons series will be hanging.  More are in the gallery flat files.  Please stop in to take a look if you are in DC this fall.  The show is scheduled to run through December 15, with open houses on October 14 and 21.

  Magnolia, No.12,  36" x 45.5", pigment ink on Japanese Kozo with encaustic medium

Magnolia, No.12, 36" x 45.5", pigment ink on Japanese Kozo with encaustic medium

Warm Waters Opening in Sun Valley

Should you be lucky enough to be in Sun Valley in September, please stop into my show 'Warm Waters' at Gilman Contemporary.  Work from this new series evoking the power and majesty of the ocean will be exhibited from August 31 through September 29.

  Warm Waters, No.31,  36" x 45.5", pigment ink on Japanese Kozo with encaustic medium

Warm Waters, No.31, 36" x 45.5", pigment ink on Japanese Kozo with encaustic medium

Summer Shows

I'm happy to have work currently showing on both sides of the country, as well as a few stops in between, as part of summer gallery exhibitions.  Work from my long term 'Sojourn in Seasons' series is currently on view in San Francisco at Corden Potts Gallery and in Westport, Connecticut at Amy Simon Fine Art. Work from my brand new series, 'Warm Waters', will be on view shortly in Nashville at Cumberland Gallery and in Sun Valley at Gilman Contemporary.  Work from the new series will also be available for viewing at Catherine Couturier Gallery in Houston.  If you have the opportunity, please stop in to one of these locations to take a look, and to say hi to the wonderful people showing the work!

  Warm Waters, No.21,  36" x 45.5"

Warm Waters, No.21, 36" x 45.5"

Thank You, Maitland A&H Museums!

I spent most of the month of April in an artist residency with the Maitland Art and History Museums in Central Florida.  It was delightful to spend so much time dedicated to creating new work in an environment so completely different from that in which I spend most of my time. The light was crystal hard, the colors electrifyingly bright and the foliage amazingly lush. The Tabebuia trees bloomed with their golden trumpets a few days after I arrived and retained their glorious show for almost two weeks! I was so glad they graced the historic grounds on which I lived and worked.  I am very grateful for the opportunity that was provided to me, and thank the very helpful and professional staff associated with the A&H Museums. 

  Golden Trumpets, No.6,  36" x 45.5", pigment ink on Kozo with encaustic 

Golden Trumpets, No.6, 36" x 45.5", pigment ink on Kozo with encaustic 

Work Showing in Stockholm

I'm delighted that Four Square Fine Arts from the UK will be presenting my work at the Stockholm Affordable Art Fair.  The show starts on Thursday, the 13th and runs through Sunday, the 16th.

Till It's Time to Go, No.25

AFF Hampstead, London

Four Square Fine Arts has brought my work to another art fair in London!  AFF Hampstead runs through this week.  Two of my pieces are hanging in frames there.  Thanks so much, Sonia!

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Spring in Westport, CT

It may not yet be spring meteorologically, but Amy Simon Fine Art in Westport, CT will be filled with images of spring in the show 'Good Nature', opening this Saturday, March 12 and running through April 23.  A number of my newest images from the series 'A Sojourn in Seasons' will be shown, along with work by Cara Enteles and Liz Dexheimer.  The open house is Saturday from 2 to 4 pm.  Share some spring with us!

     Dark Magnolia


Dark Magnolia

Back in London

Four Square Fine Arts will be showing my work again in London starting next week at the Affordable Art Fair there.  Framed images of dogwoods from my "Sojourn in Seasons" series will be on the walls, harbingers of spring to come.

     Till It's Time to Go, No.9


Till It's Time to Go, No.9

London Art Fair

I'm very pleased to see this installation shot of one of my Sojourn in Seasons pieces at the London Art Fair.  Four Square Fine Arts has included my work in their booth at the fair this week. Thank you, Sonia!  If you are on that side of the pond, the fair continues through January 24.  The piece on the left is by painter Martha Winter.

Exhibition Extended at Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, NY

Pieces from both my Sojourn in Seasons series and Traces (After Anna) series are being shown this month and extending through February 14 at Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson, NY.  Also on the walls are works by Kahn & Selesnick, David Halliday and Eric Lindbloom.  The gallery looks great!

"After Equinox" at Diehl Gallery, Jackson Hole

A selection of work appropriate for the upcoming fall season from my long-term series, "A Sojourn in Seasons", is showing at Diehl Gallery in beautiful Jackson Hole.  The gallery did a wonderful job installing and promoting the work as part of the city-wide fall arts festival.  The show opened on September 11 and continues through October 11.  Please take a look if you are lucky enough to be in or traveling near Jackson Hole!


Banner on Diehl Gallery 

New Work in San Francisco

A number of my pieces are up in the summer show of gallery artists at Corden/Potts at 49 Geary Street, in San Francisco.  Stop in and say hello for me if you are in the area.


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Rfotofolio Interview

Happy to share this interview published earlier this season by Rfotofolio:


     Winter Berries,  2015


Winter Berries, 2015