Category Archives: exhibitions

CURSES, February at CORE Gallery

This show features floods, fires, dead hares, disasters, and double-rainbows.

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Rensing Group Show at the SC Governor’s Scool

For any of you who are in the Greenville, SC area, this week is your last chance to check out a beautiful group show from recent Rensing Center resident artists. The show is hosted by the South Carolina Governor’s School … Continue reading

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Now is the best time to see MANIFEST

As I’ve discussed elsewhere, this show is lots of fun and deals with a variety of issues and ideas that are dear to me. I’ve really enjoyed meeting visitors and watching them engage with the works on a number of … Continue reading

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Power Weekend, pt. II

Thanks to everybody who made it to the TK Street Fair. This weekend starts early: THURSDAY, August 7th: First Thursday reception for MANIFEST                       I am very proud of this … Continue reading

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POWER WEEKEND, Pt. I

If you’re one of the people that sees me regularly, its likely you haven’t seen me in a while. I’ve been running an intense teaching schedule, and finishing an ambitious new show. For the next two weekends, my work and … Continue reading

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CORE Holiday Show

This December, CORE is running a beautiful group show of small works for the holidays. I have 24 of the Disaster Belles watercolors on display. Come by and see them!

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October Show at CORE

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Summer: A Time for Action

It’s been a while since I’ve made time for the internet. Summer is in its full glory here in Seattle, and I’m working to match the long boreal days. This Summer I’m teaching, the Drawing and Painting Teen Intensives at … Continue reading

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