Rebecca Potts Aguirre at the Garrett Museum of Art

Rebecca Potts Aguirre at the Garrett Museum of Art

Rebecca Potts Aguirre is a California artist who uses unusual materials and methods to make these beautiful pieces. People often think it’s paint, but these artworks are made with polymer clay and Play-Doh.  Think of it as a pointillism, only instead of paint,...
New Work: Stretched Quilt with Cyanotypes

New Work: Stretched Quilt with Cyanotypes

You know I love turning things blue. I’ve been printing photograms for a while. Photograms are where you make a cyanotype or Solar Fast print using objects to block the light from getting to the treated paper or fabric. Now, at last, I’m printing...
Miniatures Conjure Delight at the Garrett Museum of Art!

Miniatures Conjure Delight at the Garrett Museum of Art!

Miniatures Conjure Delight The Angelica Kauffman Gallery comes to the Garrett Museum of Art Miniature art is inherently delightful.  It makes you slow down, take a closer look.  For this show, museum curator Angela Green and micro gallery curator Elaine Luther have...
Why Show Your Art in Libraries?

Why Show Your Art in Libraries?

Someone asked in an online group for artists that I’m in, about whether it was worth it for her to apply for a library show.  Here’s my answer. I have shown in libraries a lot. My own solo shows plus group shows – of the time cards and miniature...