Join the Jamaica Plain Tuesday Club in celebrating its first contemporary art installation! The UFORGE Gallery will be presenting six artists’ novel approach to the history of the JPTC as interpreted through a variety of media, including assemblage and collage. The exhibit will be installed on-site at the Loring Greenough House and will be on view from April 20- June 29. Open Sundays 1-3, and during public events.
Sadly, my class is canceled. But here is another great workshop (with Marnie Jain) that UFORGE is hosting!)
I’m thrilled to be teaching a workshop in conjunction with the REM cycle assignment. (Class is in June….and the assignment/exhibit is up in August!)
Once your class ends the fun continues with your work in the show, a reception and an opportunity to share your experience with other creative individuals.
Please stop by the Art Gallery at Bunker Hill Community College and check out their new show The other “F word” The Future of Feminism Today…my assemblage SHE KNEW HOW TO WORK A ROOM (a portrait of Nellie Wood) is included! March 4 through April 5 2013. For more information please call 617 228 2093.
Bunker Hill Community College Building A, 250 New Rutherford Avenue Boston, MA
I’m thrilled to be part of the group show “Album Covers” at Uforge Gallery. Here’s my collage The Wheel of Love: The Ultimate Collection of Love and Breakup Songs. It comes with it’s own CD!
Bird and Boston Collages are now up on my ETSY Store! Enjoy and ummm…put a bird on it!
Nice photo of my work Wilfred Sr. and Henrietta Post at UFORGE Gallery (part of the Miniature 2.0 group show, December 2012)
And here’s a close-up. Made from vintage bisque doll heads, vintage glass creamers, parts of drawer pulls, and pages from a discarded old book (saved from the neighbor’s trash!) Named after my great grandparents.
I am excited to share with you that I will be selling my bird and Boston inspired collages at a Holiday Fine Art and Craft Fair on Saturday, December 22, 2012 from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm.
The event, which will be held at historic Eliot Hall / Footlight Club at 7A Eliot Street, Jamaica Plain, features over 30 vendors selling their handmade work to last minute holiday shoppers. Handmade items will include photography, jewelry, pottery, stationary, clothing and specialty bakery products.
During the event, visitors will be able to walk through the 180-year old building and beloved home to America’s Oldest Community Theater!
As always thank you for your support!