• Studio Sale

    Studio Sale

    I'm having a studio sale - with all work discounted 20% to help cover the costs for my upcoming wilderness residency I have encaustic paintings and prints in a range of sizes from 6" x 6" to 24" x 48". I need to make room for the new work that will be coming out of my trip to the far north!

    Details

    Sunday April 2 2pm-6pm
    1314 Beechwood Dr. Ann Arbor MI 48103

    Image is Stormy Lake Michigan, encaustic on panel, 24" x 24" and yes it's available.

  • Wilderness Residency in May

    Wilderness Residency in May

    I am excited to announce that I am going to spend a couple of weeks working with climate scientists in the Yukon Territory in May. Lots more details on the website here The photo is from last years fieldwork at the same place - in July. photo by Dorota Medrzycka

  • Solo show at Dexter District Library

    Solo show at Dexter District Library

    I have a new solo show at the Dexter Library Field of Vision - part II - paintings. On view Oct 26 to mid December. The opening reception will be November 18th from 6-8pm - after the election for obvious reasons!

  • Artwork chosen for public art project

    Artwork chosen for public art project

    My piece Row of Pines was one of four pieces chosen by public vote after jurying to be part of the Power Art Project in Ann Arbor, wrapping downtown power boxes with reproductions of the chosen pieces.

  • West Side Art Hop

    Happy to be part of this year's Art Hop on May 14th. I will have mainly small paintings and prints and a few larger pieces. If you're in SE Michigan I hope you'll stop by!

  • New representation - May 2015

    I am now represented by Sleeping Bear Gallery in Empire Michigan. Empire is the headquarters for Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore in NW Michigan and is a stunning area. I'm delighted to join the gallery's roster of artists.

  • New representation - January 2015

    I'm happy to report that my work can now be found at Terra Gallery in Columbus. Terra is in the Short North Arts District and will shortly open an additional location in Dublin OH. I delivered a lot of work to them yesterday including the splash image on this website.

  • Group show reviewed

    I was part of a group show curated by the River Gallery and hung at the University of Michigan's Rackham Graduate Building. The show was reviewed in the Ann Arbor News.

  • Group show reviewed

    I was part of a group show curated by the River Gallery and hung at the University of Michigan's Rackham Graduate Building. The show was reviewed in the Ann Arbor News.

  • New small and midsized work at multiple venues

    It's fall and that means many new small works are available. I have new work at the Grosse Pointe Art Center, Ann Arbor Art Center and Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center. All will be having special holiday events.

  • New work in Ann Arbor

    I've got a piece in the River Gallery's invitational exhibition Reaching for the Light at Rackham Graduate School on the University of Michigan campus. This show is up October 6 - December 15 / 2014

    Also new work up at Gallery 117 at the Ann Arbor Art Center.

  • My Ignite talk

    Ignite events are like mini-TED talks - you get 5 minutes and 20 slides to tell a story. I spoke at Ignite Ann Arbor on November 17, 2013. My talk was about my experience at Canyons of the Ancients National Monument as artist in residence in September 2013.

  • Grant Awarded

    I have been awarded a Professional Development Grant of $815 from the State of Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) to help me attend the International Encaustic Conference. The grant was awarded through the MCACA peer review process and was one of 428 applications to compete for MCACA fiscal year 2014 funding.

    The International Encaustic Conference is the most important professional event for artists working in the medium of encaustic. Encaustic is beeswax based paint and has been used for thousands of years - it is a highly durable, archival and luminous material which is notoriously difficult to control. I am nationally known for my work in this challenging medium. My attendance at the conference and pre or post conference workshops will enable me to further develop professionally as an artist, bringing more technical skill and professional connections to my career.

  • Dramatic Digitals - 2 person show at Dexter Library

    My landscapes are being shown in a 2 person show at the Dexter District Library with Judith Jacobs work. Both of us used digital tools in the creation of all the work in the show. More information about the show here. This exhibition was curated by Distinct Designs.

  • Latest


    I was interviewed on WUOM by Jennifer Guerra along with Gallery Director Sara Adlerstein about my show Watershed Moments at the new University of MIchigan Art & the Environment Gallery.