Creve Coeur to Unveil First Installation in Rotating Sculpture Display October 19 The City of Creve Coeur Arts Committee along with Thalden Boyd and Emery Architects will unveil the sculpture, “Streamlines,” in front of the Shoppes at Westgate at Olive Boulevard and Tempo Drive on Wednesday, October 19. The installation is the first in a Read more about Ice Cream and New Art![…]
Tonight I created my first application on SlideRoom for Vox Populi Gallery in Philadelphia. Fingers crossed. Their events and stable of artists was a black hole of art crushes and inspiration- I had to stop looking. I will be in good company or at least know a good place to look for a shot in Read more about Outs for Philly[…]
I am so sad we were out of town for this— but the projects sound wonderful. Here’s the HEC video outlining the project to call attention to the artwork of Forest Park Forever’s Artist-In-Residency program. What a wonderful way to celebrate 30 years of service to the community.
I had the pleasure of seeing Elizabeth Simmons Allen‘s studio and some work in progress for the upcoming show at St. Charles Community College Gallery. She volunteered to help with “Seed the Change“, and was instrumental in getting the templates down. She had a beautiful home, an incredibly organized studio, and gorgeous work- excited to Read more about Elizabeth Simmons Allen Studio Visit[…]
Colleen Leonard wrote a wonderful article about Seed the Change and my process for creating art. It is the cover story of Northern Now, the Alumni magazine for Northern Illinois University, for Fall 2016. Read the story here.
Great morning! Presented a seed drawing demonstration and artist talk with residents at Parc Provence in Creve Coeur, MO. It was fun to share my work with such an appreciative audience. The experience has me looking forward to my alla prima painting workshop at St. Louis Children’t Hospital. Hoping we can be outside for that. Read more about Seed Drawing Demo and Artist Talk[…]
One- Just finished updating, tweaking, and submitting my Regional Arts Commission’s Individual Artist Fellowship Application. Two- Loaded my car for a seed drawing workshop. Hoping for sunny skies and a relatively cool morning as I present and make artwork on a patio space at an area Memory Care Community. I’ve got 150 pounds of seed in Read more about One for the money, …three to get ready[…]
Critical Mass for the Visual Arts volunteers selected the two winners of the Seed the Change Photo Contest. The prize for Original Drawing goes to “Octopus” by Gabriela of Bellville, IL. The best “Spirit of the Event” photo goes to Peter Gifford of St. Louis, MO. The winners will each be awarded momentary internet Read more about Contest Winners Announced![…]