The Handworks Gallery, in Blue Hill, Maine, will be showing several of my paintings and drawings in their terrific space on Main Street this season. If you're in the area, check out the elegant jewelry, sumptuous textiles, and quirky crafts.
Open Studios at 1890 Bryant — part of San Francisco's Fall Open Studios event. Over 60 exhibiting artists in our building alone! November 10 & 11, 2018 11am–6pm. Opening reception Friday Nov 9, 6–9pm. 1890 Bryant Street, San Francisco. Look for me in Studio 316.
I’m happy to announce that a selection of prints are now available for purchase online at Artfully Walls.
And I received a nice mention in the September/October 2018 issue of Dwell, which featured the loft space of a collector...and one of my paintings.
Open Studios at 1890 Bryant — part of San Francisco's Fall Open Studios event. Over 60 exhibiting artists in our building alone! November 11 & 12, 2017 11am–6pm. Opening reception Friday Nov 10, 6–9pm. 1890 Bryant Street, San Francisco (I’m in Studio 316).
Open Studios Hub Exhibition at Artisana — a selection of works in a beautiful neighborhood boutique. 3927 24th Street, San Francisco. Opening reception Oct 21. Show will run through November.
With Liberty and Justice for Some — portraits of immigrants, known and lesser known. Berkeley Art Center, 1275 Walnut Street, Berkeley. Sep 23–Oct 8. This show may travel on...stay tuned for details.
Chillin' Productions at 111 Minna Street — over 150 artists, a percentage of proceeds go to aid for Mexico earthquake relief. 111 Minna Street, San Francisco. One night only! Sep 30, 8pm–2am.
A whole mess of new stuff. Large and small, oils and watercolors. Come and meet Lizzie. She loves belly rubs.
Saturday & Sunday November 5 & 6, 2016, 11am–6pm
Opening reception Friday November 4, 6–9pm
1890 Bryant Street, San Francisco (I’m in Studio 316)
New paintings at Four Barrel Coffee, 375 Valencia Street, San Francisco. The show runs Dec 18, 2015 – February 4, 2016, with opening reception Friday, Dec 18, 6–8pm.
And here’s a really nice review of the show from Janet Kessler, who writes about (and advocates for) coyotes in San Francisco.
In 2014, I worked on a series for CuriOdyssey, a science and wildlife center for kids located in San Mateo, California. I spent many days with the animals who live at the center, watching them, sketching and taking photos. The show ran from August to December 2014 and featured oils, watercolors, and a couple of photographs. Here are a few pieces from the show.