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2016 Portfolio

40x30 Mixed Water Media on Paper

Sunflower V

 40x30 Mixed Water Media on Paper "Sunflower V" was accepted into the Regional Juried Exhibition "Culture and Agriculture" at the...
Juror Michelle Grabner a Crown Family Professor  at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, just juried my work “The Wall”  into the “Alive In The Arts” exhibition at the Plymouth Center for the Arts in Plymouth WI.  I am honored that Michelle Grabner juried my work into the exhibition I have been following her career for some time. About a year ago she co-curated an exhibition at the MOMA which I had the honor of viewing part of – and in one of the blogs I participate in we discussed at length your curating abilities.  She was a challenge to discuss and I learned from the entire experience.  Again I am honored to have her and her experiences in my life and that she chose one of my works for this exhibition.
“The Wall”  is another work from my “Ladders and Fences” series.  I have created a book with poems written for this series and hope that at some point I will be able to have a solo exhibition somewhere in Wisconsin exhibiting all these works.  Wisconsin Poet Mary Wehner from Sheboygan wrote a poem to go with this piece.  I am posting it below.  Her poem is not at all like my thought process of the artwork but what a delight to read her version of what she saw in my work.

The Wall

Juror Michelle Grabner a Crown Family Professor at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, just juried my work...
Magic Carpet

Magic Carpet

 "Magic Carpet" was accepted into the "Women's Works" National Exhibition which is held in the Old Court House in Woodstock,...
Judge Tom Francesconi, signature member of the American Watercolor Society and the National Watercolor Society, juried in “Dancing Dragonflies and Waterlilies”  into the Red River Watercolor Societies International Exhibition.  My work has been rejected repeatedly for this prestigious exhibition so I am very excited to have one of my paintings be part of this exhibition.

Dancing Dragonflies and Waterlilies

Judge Tom Francesconi, signature member of the American Watercolor Society and the National Watercolor Society, juried in “Dancing Dragonflies and...
The Magic Of Fireflies

The Magic of Fireflies

Yellow Finches at the Feeder

Yellow Finches at the Feeder

 National Juried Exhibition. Rhode Island Watercolor Society. National Juried Exhibition. Watercolor Society of Alabama. National Juried Exhibition. Tennessee Art League....
 40x30 on 300# watercolor paper

Sapphires In The Jasmine

 National Juried Exhibition. National Aqueous. Kentucky Watercolor Society.
"Fish In The Reef" was juried into the "Rockies National Watercolor Exhibition march 1-April 2, 2016. At the Western Colorado Center for the Arts.

Fish in the Reef

 “Fish Caught In The Reef” was juried into the Pittsburgh Watercolor Society’s 70th Aqueous Open. I am a signature member...
National Juried Exhibition.   Arts In Harmony.  Elk River, MN.

Cabin Along the Shores of Lake Superior

National Juried Exhibition. 2016 Arts In Harmony. Elk River, MN. “Cabin Along the Shore of Lake Superior” was just given...
“Chickadees In The Garden”  was recently accepted in the “26th Annual Midwest Seasons” National Exhibition at Center For The Visual Arts. Wausau, WI. Exhibition dates January 8 – March 12, 2016.  Awards Reception January 15 from 5-7. 

Montana National 2014. Bigfork, MT.
 
Breckenridge Fine Art Center National Exhibition.  Breckenridge, TX.

Montana National 2014. Bigfork, MT.
 
Breckenridge Fine Art Center National Exhibition.  Breckenridge, TX.

Chickadees In The Garden/Life Force

 Artist Statement. I am an artist who imposes self-directed challenges on myself. I constantly find myself looking for a new...
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Transparent Watercolor

Curtain Call

 40x30 - Transparent Watercolor "Curtain Call" was accepted into the Kansas Watercolor Societies National Juried Exhibition. The exhibition was judged...
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