Both Graceful One and In Vino Veritas I will be shown during ART WEEK at The Russell Museum in Great Falls, MT March 20-24, 2019 by The Samarah Fine Art Gallery of Whitefish, MT. This gala week event is when Great Falls truly comes to life as art overtakes the entire community with quick draws, musicians, art demonstrations, hotels filled with fine art and artists themselves available to visit. We are pleased to have two pieces be a part of this notoriously highly attended event.
Full Sun: American Women Artists Illuminate the Haggin is the exhibition title of the 2018 American Women Artists Master and Signature museum exhibition, and Womb of Life has been selected as a part of this exhibit. For this exhibition, members of American Women Artists (AWA) were asked to create artwork that was inspired by (or reflects) a selection of 13 paintings from the Haggin Museum’s 19th – 20th-century art including works by William Merritt Chase, Albert Bierstadt, Rosa Bonheur, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and other notable artists. This juried exhibition includes nearly 100 pieces of artwork that include paintings and sculptures from notable women artists in North America and Canada. The exhibition opened August 2, 2018 and will continue through September 16, 2018. The Haggin Museum is located in Stockton, CA.
I submitted Womb of Life, in response to The Juniata River painting by George Inness. Womb of Life invites us to embrace EACH of life‘s events as our utter nourishment for growth, as we are held, protected, nourished and grown toward a new birth within the Womb of Life.
The Women’s Works 2015 Exhibition will run from March 12, 2015 through April 24, 2015. This year marks the 28th anniversary for this widely regarded exhibition focusing upon women in the arts. Women’s Works is the Northwest Area Artist Council’s (NAAC) annual, international, juried visual art exhibition for female artists. This year over 600 women artists entered the competition. It is held each March and April at the historic Old Court House Arts Center in Woodstock, Illinois. An artist award reception will be held March 21, 2015; 6-7 with an open house to public following from 7-9PM. Serenity on the optional bronze base was accepted into the 2015 show as well as the option for Twilight Stars (we were given the choice). We have decided to exhibit the newly released Serenity on the bronze base. We are delighted to be included in another highly regarded exhibition focusing upon women in the arts. According to The National Museum for Women in the Arts, in Washington D.C., “fifty-one percent of today’s visual artists are women, yet only five percent of the art currently on display in American museums has been created by women artists.”