Cranbrook Academy of Art, the space to create. I’m forever aware of the impact that this creative community has on my artistic practice. Space and discipline empowered my confidence with an array of mediums. Experiences happen every day, but none so meaningful as the two years spent here.
Delaware Opera House | Grand Gallery Opening reception Friday February 7, 2020 5 p.M. – 8 P.M. Some of my favorite forms of expression are assemblage, photomontage, and decoupage – all rooted in the art of collage. Collage of dimensional materials is generally referred to as assemblage, and collage of photographs or images, as photomontage. These techniques all provide […]
In the 60’s and 70’s my Dad taught decoupage to many crafters in Wilmington, DE. Inevitably, I picked up his skills and perfected the art of decoupage on anything that would sit still long enough; purses, furniture, boxes, tables, trays, and plates. Last week I offered a Decoupage on Glass Plate Workshop at Highlands Art Garage and it was […]
Please join me for my Solo Exhibition at the Founders’ Gallery, Tower Hill School. The opening reception is Friday, September 8th, 2017, from 6:00- 8:00 PM and coincides with the Wilmington Art Loop. Please bring your students, and share with your friends, it’s a great way to start a new season! Founders Gallery is located on the first floor of the […]
Mermaid’s Whirl, a small sculpture made of shark egg sacs has found its way into a juried exhibition titled “Ephemera”. The curator, Pam Rogers stated “There are multitudes of ways an individual can perceive this transitory existence, making the concept of ephemerality a relative one”. Just shipping this piece made put me on edge, like most […]
STEP INSIDE THE EXPERIENCE: AN INTRODUCTION TO CREATING ART INSTALLATIONS Main Line Art Center Thursdays 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Feb 16 – Mar 16, 2017 Session: Winter Medium: Ceramics & Sculpture | Level: All Levels Learn more: mainlineart.org Think about sculpture as something other than a standing form. In this course installation art is demystified as you are […]
Recently we hosted another Art Adventure, this one was Linocut workshop with a distinct theme… beer and wine. Art Adventures are our interpretation of a “paint night”, but soooo much more exciting!! The group created images for their own bespoke small-brew batches of wine or beer- imaginary and real. Each design was unique and imaginative, keeping with […]
We gathered in the super-fabulous wet lab at Mt. Cuba Center on friday to create beautiful and functional baskets, made of invasive vines. Margaret Shillingford introduced the vines that the staff had collected from the grounds at Mt Cuba. Honeysuckle, Bittersweet, Virginia Creeper- these were among the many clingy, twining, vines that we used to […]