Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Back to work!

It's time to start posting more pieces.  Everything shown is available for purchase.  Please contact me for shipping and other questions.

Embroidered Cuff with Free-form beading.

Camo Cuff, Free-form off-loom bead weaving

Pair/Pear Trees: Celebrate 
Mixed-Media Wall Art

This piece is my "baby."  It took over nine months to create and began as a photograph of Autumn leaves in the the crook of a tree.  With digital manipulation, printing on fabric, and loads of embroidery, painting, fabric collage, and beading it became a celebration of the intersection of the intersection of Nature and Humans.  

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Juror's Award show at NewTV in Newton, MA

These are the pieces that are being shown at NewTV.  I am so honored to be included with all the other talented artists!  Their work is breathtaking!

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Wall Art: The first piece is being shown at Newton City Hall For Newton Open Studios' Juried Show

Fall Juried Art Fest!
Nov. 5-6 11am to 5pm 
The Fest is  this weekend: a free art show with 55 fine artists and craftspeople,at Newton City Hall.* See painting, photography, jewelry, ceramics, textiles and more!   
Newtonopenstudios.org has the full artist list, art samples, and directions.  There's Wheelchair access (Homer St elevator entrance), and plenty of parking all around the City Hall block. 

Win $100 to spend on NOS artists' work! 
If you're a FAN of the NOS Facebook page, you can get 2 free raffle tickets when you come to the Fall Juried Show Nov 5-6, at Newton City Hall. 
Not A Fan Yet? Like our page , and get your raffle tix at the show!

The raffle will be drawn at the end of the weekend, and the prize is good for a year, or can be applied to purchases at the Nov 5-6 2016 Fall Juried show. Save your receipts when you buy goodies Nov. 5-6 - you may be the lucky winner!

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Newton Open Studios is back! Please come and visit m e at my solo show at my home!

Support Local artists - Please pass this on to anyone you think may be interested!

Don't Miss NOS 2016! 
Small Balloon Logo 150 pix wide
April 9 & 10
Sat. & Sun, 11am to 5pm, free.

Join thousands of area residents, at one of the largest and longest running public art events in the region - now in our 19th year!

Indulge Your Curiosity!
160 artist at 50 pop-up exhibit/sales locations all across Newton will offer paintings, jewelry, ceramics, fabric and woven goods, watercolors, sculpture, photography, silkscreens, and more. A Festive Setting to browse and explore. Buy art and beautifully crafted objects directly from local artists.
Special Events!
Check the list on the website home page as we continue to add special events, demos and extended hour locations over the next weeks. For instance, this year, we will offer our first Slow Art Day Event, at City Hall on Saturday April 9th, during NOS.
Get Your Guide!
It has tons of artist info and a full map for easy navigation. Downloaded it from the NOS website, or find it at the Newton Free Library and at local businesses.
All the NOS locations have ample free parking, and many have handicap access. Red balloons mark the locations.
Flash Exhibit Preview!
Join us at the Newton Free Library for a "flash exhibit" preview reception on April 6th at 7pm. Meet artists, and see a wide sampling of the art and craft that will be on view during the NOS weekend event.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Hey, I fixed this one!
It has been two years since I posted and the only reason  for the absence is health.   The migraines have become chronic daily disturbances, and I have been in and out of hospitals and to and from doctors trying to curtail them.  This is the excuse for the lack of art posts. However, I am starting a new blog, "There's No Magic Bullet." to discuss chronic pain. So, if you want to talk art--stay here.  If you want to talk life (which includes art), check the new blog out.  It is still in its fetal stages. In fact, I have somehow managed to erase my "About Me" section on the art blog while settting up the other one.  My apologies, and hopefullly, I will become better at managing and designing the blog as time goes by.