10 Jun 2018

Please join me for an upcoming outdoor, sculpture invitational

Please join me for an upcoming outdoor, sculpture invitational

  “Artists in Dialogue with Landscape” The ten artists in Adkins Arboretum’s Outdoor Sculpture Invitational—Artists in Dialogue with Landscape share a passion for working in nature. Throughout May, we could be found in the Arboretum’s forest and meadows collecting branches, moss, grasses, pinecones and other natural materials to use in our sculptural pieces. I employed classic geometry to […]

3 Jun 2018

New Artwork Acquired at Park Towne Place in Philadelphia

New Artwork Acquired at Park Towne Place in Philadelphia

I’m happy to share with you that four recent works have just been acquired by Park Towne Place, an artful residential space in Philadelphia! Join us to celebrate the completion of the Park Towne Place West Tower and the launch of its new gallery space featuring recent works by eight contemporary artists. The installment showcases […]

22 Feb 2018

WHYY First for February 23, 2018 Interview

WHYY First for February 23, 2018 Interview

My first local interview on WHYY. While installing my exhibition at the Buzz Ware Town Center Gallery in Arden, I sat down with Brian Drouin for an insightful conversation about my studio practice. The interview airs on Friday, February 23rd. at 5:30 P.M. and 11 P.M. Tune into WHYY’s “First” – a Delaware news program. If […]

16 Feb 2018

Decoupage on Glass Plate Workshop

Decoupage on Glass Plate Workshop

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 […]

16 Feb 2018

Create Beautiful Ukrainian Easter Eggs

Create Beautiful Ukrainian Easter Eggs

Ukrainian Easter Eggs Workshop with Susan Benarcik Sunday, March 25th  1:00 p.m – 4:00 pm Create Beautiful Ukrainian Easter Eggs in this three hour Pysanky workshop, use traditional Ukrainian folk designs, dyes, and a wax-resist method to create beautiful Ukrainian Easter eggs. The word pysanka comes from the verb pysaty, “to write”, as the designs are not […]

28 Aug 2017

Solo Exhibition at Tower Hill School

Solo Exhibition at Tower Hill School

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 […]

12 Dec 2016

Explore the Arts at DCAD

Explore the Arts at DCAD

Come join me for two new and exciting continuing ed courses at Delaware College of Art and Design. Fiber Metamorphosis & Introduction to Wall Sculpture Fiber Metamorphosis: Wednesdays January 11th – February 8th 6P.M – 9:15 P.M Introduction to Wall Sculpture: Mondays January 9th – February 6th 6P.M – 9:15 P.M

4 Nov 2016

A Bookmaking Workshop that Everyone Will Love

A Bookmaking Workshop that Everyone Will Love

Accordion Style Book Making Thursday, November 17, 6- 9 pm Learn how to design and create simple, accordion-style books. Originally referred to as an Orihon, this early style of book was primarily used in China, and subsequently Japan, for Buddhist texts.This workshop will cover the basics of accordion book making; they can be as simple […]

30 Aug 2016

ART + SCIENCE Exhibition

ART + SCIENCE Exhibition

ART + SCIENCE  Opening Reception:  Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016 5:30  to 7:00 p.m.  Henry Gallery Penn State Great Valley  30 East Swedesford Road, Malvern, PA 19355  610-648-3200 Please RSVP to attend: https://artscienceopening.eventbrite.com   The Henry Gallery is located on the second floor of the Penn State Great Valley Conference Center. Free and open to the […]

17 Aug 2016

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 […]