Updates & Current Events
Update: I am officially resuming my practice in the state of Washington, in the Greater Seattle and Eastside area. I will be announcing updates to my websites, new classes and opportunities in the coming weeks! Additionally, thanks to a generous grant from CERF+, have just ordered new papermaking supplies and in the process of having my drowned Hollander Beater refurbished.
Backstory: As a result of two hurricanes and three floods in our home over the last two years, my family has decide to build a new life in Washington State. Thank you to everyone in North Carolina and around the country for your support as I've built my practice over the last 15 years. Winter is coming close to an end, and it is time for seeds to sprout and roots to grow.
Art & Opportunities
My handmade paper, artwork & T-shirts are available for purchase in North Carolina at:
- Cape Fear Botanical Garden Gift Shop 5396 Eastern Blvd, Fayetteville, NC
Contact me for opportunities, workshops, consulting, commissions, photography and to directly purchase artwork and prints
Current Events: I’m honored to announce that my work won “Best in Show” at the Touchstone exhibit at The Art Council on October 26, 2018. Featured work from my "Family Portrait Series" is on exhibit in the Touchstone: Images of Service exhibition, along with wonderful photographs from other fantastic local photographers, now through January 12, 2019. Please make time to see this work. I am grateful to the Arts Council, sponsors, and supporters of this exhibit.
Link to the Arts Council
Exhibit Info: Commitment, Sacrifice, Courage, Honor, Dedication, Service, Heroism ... powerful words that may especially touch our hearts in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, which has devastated much of our area. These are also the touchstone words on the public art walls of N.C. Veterans Park in downtown Fayetteville, N.C. Touchstone: Images of Service, which runs from Friday, October 26, 2018 through Saturday, January 12, 2019. The exhibit presents a selection of images that showcase the various ways a handful of North Carolina photographers interprest those words through shots of everyday life or any professions. The exhibit coincides with the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center's online exhibition of the contributions and stories of 100 veterans and 400 community supporters statewide, whose hands served as models for the Wall of Oath and community columns inthe North Carolina Veterans Park.
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"Using Art to Heal, Veterans Push
to Save Funding"
The Fayetteville Observer, Apr 22, 2017