February 6, 2010

Birdseed Doily Project

Grounded. 20 x 25 foot drawing in mulch.  Boyle Family Gallery. Lindenwood University. St. Charles, MO. 2017.

 Seed the Change. 400-foot long collaborative drawing event, time-lapse video and website.  Riverfront east sidewalk of Leonor K. Sullivan Blvd centered on the Arch. St. Louis, MO.    Commissioned by Critical Mass for the Visual Arts and generously funded by the William E. Weiss Foundation. 2016.

Patio drawing and interactive vibrating table.  letting go, to seed. Schmidt Art Center.  Belleville, IL. 2015.

Household (drawing and video).  Jessica Witte: (At) TendingContemporary Art Gallery.  St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley.  St. Louis, MO. Aug 25- Sept 25, 2014.

Sun and Gravity. The Dickson Window Project Space.  Waubonsee Community College.  Sugar Grove, IL. 2012.

Beyond the Stitch. Crossroads Gallery. St. Charles, MO. 2011. juror,  Hollis Chatelain

Seed Labyrinth, Seed Mandala, and Seed Lace.  Honors Awards 2010. Art St Louis. St. Louis, MO. 2010.

Art After Hours. Governor French Academy Gallery. Belleville, IL. 2010.

Porous Architecture. Mabee Art Gallery. Culver-Stockton College.  Canton, MO. 2010.

Art St. Louis XXV The Exhibition. Art St. Louis.  St. Louis, MO. 2009.

Material Studies. Good Citizen. St. Louis, MO. 2009.

Interaction. WomanMade Gallery. Chicago, IL. 2009.

For A Limited Time Only. Art Center Highland Park.  Highland Park, IL. 2009.

Birdseed Doily Workshop. Mountain: A Faketure Artist Consortium Project. Beverly Art Center. Chicago, IL. 2008.

Majestic National. Majestic Gallery.  Athens, OH. 2007.

Tri-State Sculpture Celebration. Broyhill Park.  Lenoir, NC. 2004.

Graduate Group Show. Jack Olson Gallery.  DeKalb, IL. 2004.

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