17 August

Paw Paw Festival

Paw Paw Festival

But what is a Pawpaw? If you’re lucky, America’s best secret fruit might be growing on a tree close to your backyard. Pawpaw trees, the largest edible fruit trees native to North America, produce greenish-blackish fruit, usually three to six inches long. The flesh is pale to bright yellow and contains a network of glossy, dark […]

24 January

Studio 7 Workshops with Susan Benarcik

So frequently I’m reminded by media that we are distracted, we are we multi-tasking to our disadvantage, and our restless minds have no room to hear subtleties.  So how do we increase our focus in a world filled with distractions? Some suggest meditation, diet, or yoga and meditation to increase mindfulness. What I suggest is … creativity. Studio […]

31 December

New! Continuing Education Classes at DCAD

  Come take a class with me at DCAD!!! Spring Catalogue:http://issuu.com/dcadcomm/docs/cecatalog_web/1?e=0 NEW MEDIUMS / NEW PERSPECTIVES SIX SESSIONS Wednesday Apr. 1 – May 6 6 PM – 9:15 PM In this 6 session course, have fun experimenting with a variety of creative mediums that will improve your capacity to trust your intuition while working with […]

9 December

Winter Classes at Highlands Art Garage

  Three new classes that are designed to chase away winter blues! Winter Classes begin in January… Introductory Silkscreen Printing Grade 5 & Up In this introductory silkscreen printing class, kids explore a variety of basic printmaking techniques, and learn how to make a silkscreen print. In this 4-week session, we create a simple design and turn […]

2 November

Where Has the Summer Gone?

How did it get to be the 1st of November? I feel like I was just planting dahlia tubers, now it’s time to get them out of the soil so they don’t freeze! Everything went fast forward after Memorial day. Today I unearthed and jiggled the dirt off the dahlia tubers, they’ve doubled in size since late May, how is […]

29 July

Sculpture in Harbor Park, Philadelphia

Follow Spruce Street to the waterfront, and you’ll land in a beautiful, new  pop up park; the “Spruce Street Harbor Park” . Dates: From June 27-August 31, 2014 Hours: The park is open from 11 AM – 1 AM Overview: Movies, live music, working artists, who could ask for more? The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation […]

29 July

Sculpture in Harbor Park, Philadelphia

Follow Spruce Street to the waterfront, and you’ll land in a beautiful, new  pop up park; the “Spruce Street Harbor Park” . Dates: From June 27-August 31, 2014 Hours: The park is open from 11 AM – 1 AM Overview: Movies, live music, working artists, who could ask for more? The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation […]

29 July

Insect Hotels

I spend a lot of time in the natural world, watching closely as plants and organisms are motivated by the elements and rhythmic cycles of the planet. I’m intrigued by the efficiency of the eco system, the methods organisms use to design, build, innovate, communicate, and thrive without imposing on humans. I wonder why humans […]

11 July

Concepto Hudson Exhibition

Concepto Hudson 741 Warren St. Hudson, New York  12534 Opening reception Saturday, July 19, 2014, 6-9 P.M. Exhibition Dates July 19 – August 17 Besides the day job, I feel like I’m on a permanent summer residency. After 20 years of working in a studio in an urban setting (no regrets!), I’m finally able to […]

30 April

Art in the Open; Weekend Festival on the Schuylkill

Did you know that the along the banks of the Schuylkill River, from May 16-18, 2014 a jury-selected group of artists will create new works of art in a creative process open to everyone in a city wide event called Art in the Open? Art in the Open celebrates artists, their inspirations for creating art, […]