Sept 7 - Oct 17, 2021
My work will be in Toyota City, Japan! This exhibit takes place at the Toyota City Folk Craft Museum, Toyota Civic Gallery, & Kirakutei in conjunction with the Paper Toyota Festival and the IAPMA Congress.
May 8 - 16, 2021
Adaptation: Artists Respond to Change exhibit
browngrotta arts has invited me to take part in Adaptation: Artists Respond to Change exhibition. There will be timed-ticket entry (to limit crowds for COVID-safety) each day to view the exhibit - so please call or email browngrotta to set up a time to see the show, or view online. A full color catalog is also available.
In this exhibit, my new Atmosphere Series will debut!
November 6 - 12, 2020
Intersect Chicago Expo
International exposition (formerly known as SOFA - Sculpture, Objects, & Functional Art Expo) of galleries showcasing art. This year's expo is online due to COVID. Kirsten Muenster Projects will be showing my work at the expo along with several other artists whose work is inspired by nature.
Evening Dew - Yotsuyu ©2020
September 12 - 20, 2020
Volume 50: Chronicling Fiber Art for Three Decades exhibit
browngrotta arts has invited me to participate in this exhibit! A much delayed and anticipated exhibit - it opens September 12th. It is an exhibit celebrating browngrotta's continued support of pioneers in the textile art field, documenting art for the past thirty years with 50 catalogs and monographs. For more information, please click here to view the press release which includes information on timed ticket entry to the exhibit. There is also an online exhibit for those who can not attend in person; please click through to www.browngrotta.com to view the online version of the exhibit. Also, Volume 50, a printed catalog, with essays and notes from each artist is available through browngrotta arts.
January 1 - August 30, 2020
The Power of She: A Permanent Collection Exhibition
My work is included in this great exhibit... It’s the year 2020, and the Franklin G. Burroughs - Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum is celebrating women and all of their accomplishments, particularly in the arts. The Power of She is an exhibition of nearly 40 works of art from the Museum’s permanent collection featuring work created by, thematically representative of, and/or commemorating women, femininity and girl power. Both visually stunning and technically impressive, this body of work is a wonderful way to experience the beauty and power of the collective “SHE.”
All Wrapped Up ©2012
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