SPRING 2018: My new work will be on view at Smith and Vallee Gallery (Edison) during the month of May. I am honored to be showing with master bronze sculptor Philip McCracken. An artist talk by sculptor Tony Angel, speaking on behalf of Philip's work, and myself will take place on Saturday, May 5 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. with a reception to follow.

I will host a monotype demonstration in my studio on Sunday, May 6 from 1-4 p.m. and again on Sunday afternoon, May 13.  It is open to the public so please visit if you are curious about the process. My studio is just north of Smith and Vallee Gallery in Edison.

In other spring news, my large scale nest drawings can be seen at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art through the month of June, part of a group show, "Home."


FEBRUARY 2018: Olympic College has a new art gallery and its inaugural exhibition, "Home," includes two of my large scale nest drawings. It will move to Bainbridge Island Art Museum in March (the opening is March 10).

I am part of a three-artist exhibit at Roby King Galleries (Bainbridge) throughout February.

Smith & Vallee Gallery (Edison) will host its "Flight of Fancy" invitational bird show through February. Now in its sixth year, it is always very good, diverse and there is a lively artists' reception on Saturday, February 3 from 5-8 p.m.

I did a special monotype for MUSEO's "All the World's a Stage" a Shakespeare themed show, and it turned out to be very interesting. All invited artists submitted work inspired by Shakespeare's writing and partnered with a local theater group to bring it to life. On view through February.

I'm happy to be exhibiting with sculptor Marly Eidsness at MUSEO in Langley, Washington,  through October October 2, 2017. The show features Marly's wire avian sculptures which seem to speak to the tangled lines of my large scale nest drawings also on view.

RESIST: protest prints by Northwest artists
Perry & Carlson Gallery (Mount Vernon), September 7-30, 2017

This is a great group of original prints on the topic of political action. There are also postcard reproductions of the work available for sale so you can write them, and mail them, to inspire social justice and inspire political action.


For more information or to register for upcoming workshops please contact me.


The studio is occasionally available for artists who have taken my previous monotype workshops. Please inquire for more information.