“The Wall,” seems to be on everyone’s mind lately. What are walls, what do they accomplish and how do we as a society perceive the word wall? Curator Molly Rupert poses these questions to a select group of artists.Read More
Irving Penn: Centennial at The MetRead More
My Elle Peace Project is a new series of works created in response to the stories of local women who have faced adversity and retained, or returned to, a sense of hope. My focus is on resilience, hope and healing.Read More
"Project DIALOGUE" has been one of the most rewarding experiences in my career. In a nutshell, it's the story of what happens when a group of professional artists and a group of artists living with mental health disorders come together to talk about art. It's a story of creativity and community, of risk-taking and breakthroughs, of finding common ground.Read More
In "Women Chefs: Artists in the Kitchen" 21 artists redefine portrait. Sept 5-Nov 8, 2015, Mansion at Strathmore.Read More
I'm delighted to be exhibiting my abstract paintings in the beautiful gallery spaces at The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center with my friends and fellow members of OUTLOUD Artists. Please join us at our opening reception on Saturday, April 4 (3:00-5:00 p.m.). Our interactive Artists Talk, which begins at 4:00 pm, will kick off a lively discussion—in a unique format—where you'll have the opportunity to meet the artists and share your reactions to our diverse body of works.
The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center is located in the 100-year-old Mountain City MIll in historic downtown Frederick, Md, on the banks of Carroll Creek (40 South Carroll Street, Frederick, Md.). If you've never been to Frederick, you're in for a treat as it's a very walkable town with loads of character. I love the wonderful architecture, great restaurants and wonderful boutiques and antique shops.
Don't miss this fun celebration—and be sure to invite your friends!