Aries Maple, a miniature of the Japanese Maple Tree will be included in the 23rd Annual Miniature Exhibition at Seaside Art Gallery, Nag Head, NC The exhibit opens April 23rd. The title of this piece combines the attribute of always longing to “go first” of the Aries zodiac sign with the similar habit of the beloved maple trees always trying to be “first” to bud out after their winter slumber. Nine small keys (nosies; helicopters; seed pods) are sculpted into the roots of the three maple trees.
Remembering Gratitude was recognized yet again with its selection, along with Serenity, on the optional bronze base, in the 46th International Exhibition at the Brownsville Museum of Art, Brownsville, TX. 132 works were selected among over 400 entries for inclusion in this exhibit. The exhibit opens April 25th and runs through May 26.
Remembering Gratitude was juried into the Overland Park 2018 Juried Art Exhibition. The exhibit opens April 6th and runs through June 3rd. 11902 Lowell Avenue, Overland Park, KS
Twilight Stars (shown above) has been invited to be a part of the 39th Annual Crafts Exhibition at the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum.
Highlighting the finest in contemporary crafts from across the country, Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum’s Annual Contemporary Crafts exhibition has become a benchmark for innovation and quality. Representative of traditional craft mediums including ceramics, fibers, basketry, metals, wood, glass, jewelry, papermaking and book arts, this exhibition showcases 52 artworks by 46 artists, representing 16 states.
Guest Juror for the 39th Annual Contemporary Crafts exhibition was Bruce Hoffman, Director of Gravers Lane Gallery in historic Chestnut Hill area of Philadelphia
Opening Reception will be held Friday, February 9, 2018 from 7-10 PM in the Main Gallery (Dobson) at the Mesa Arts Center; 1 East Main Street, Mesa, AZ. The opening reception will include live music by Keith Johnson, light refreshments and a cash bar.
The 2017 exhibition, held at the Tucson Desert Art Museum, included 145 works of art created by women artists from the USA and Canada. Celestial Joy earned the Marilyn Newmark Foundation Award for Best Sculpture Done in an Academic Manner. We are are honored to receive this recognition and support the American Women Artists growing organization. Less than 5% of the artwork hanging in museums across the USA include work created by female artists….we hope to balance that historical reality.
Under a Vast Sky is the title of the 2017 American Women Artists Exhibit of both Signature and Master Artists and Juried Invitational Artists. The exhibit includes 145 works of some of the most talented women artists in America and Canada. The exhibit is being shown from October 13 – Dec 3, 2017 at the Tucson Desert Art Museum, 7000 Tanque Verde Road in Tucson AZ. This extraordinary display of exceptional talent is always an inspiring joy to see.
The opening reception and awards presentation will be held November 3, 2017 from 6- 9 PM.
Celestial Joy is a part of the Signature Master portion of the exhibition this year.
Quiet Radiance has been selected by the 2017 jurors of the Mountain Oyster Club for inclusion in their annual art show. This show holds a highly esteemed, long-term reputation as one of the foremost shows of western contemporary art in our nation. The show opens with an artist and patron reception on November 18 and continues to be on exhibit through January 12, 2018.