Prison Reform for Beginners and an Announcement

Prison Reform for Beginners and an Announcement

Ever since incarcerated artist Juan C. Hernandez shared his art with me (see image, above) and proposed a solo show in the micro gallery, I’ve been learning how much I didn’t know about prisons in the United States. I mean, I knew I was against for profit...
Pandemic Community Quilt Added to Field Museum!

Pandemic Community Quilt Added to Field Museum!

Very exciting news about a quilt I contributed a block to! The Riverside Arts Center writes: The quilt will become a part of the new Pandemic Collection, housed in the Field Museum’s Anthropology Collection. According to the Field Museum, The Pandemic Collection is...
Artists and Writers Who Work Seasonally

Artists and Writers Who Work Seasonally

Seasons of Life and of Art Making There’s this idea about seasons of life – for example, being a mother to babies and toddlers can feel like it will last forever, and that she’ll never get back to her regular life – and it helps to think of...
Solo Show at The Compassion Factory

Solo Show at The Compassion Factory

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll have a solo show at The Compassion Factory in Brookfield, IL, for the month of May and into June a bit. This show is part of the international Taking Up Space initiative, where galleries and alternative spaces are hosting...
More Solar Fast Prints in New Colors

More Solar Fast Prints in New Colors

Today in the studio, I branched out into some new colors – magenta and orange. The orange is whew! really orange. I’m getting ready for a solo show and just as with the 100 Day Project, I’m trying new variations to add interest to what I’m...