In the earlier months of this year, 2014, I had a one-person exhibit at the Edisto Island Museum in Edisto, South Carolina. This was an exciting project for me, preparing and shipping fourteen paintings to this small museum located on the scenic island home of my forebears. The Museum Director, Board members and visitors were appreciative and complimentary about the results.
Here in Seattle, I was invited by an artist/curator friend to exhibit several works along with a small group of artists at Gallery 4500 in the University District. In late summer I exhibited a specially-created a painting (at right) on the theme of the struggle for women's reproductive rights, for the invitational show titled "Who Did She Think She Was?" at the Toshiro Kaplan Building in Seattle's Pioneer Square.
I will post an announcement as soon as I have my next exhibit scheduled. In the meantime, you may see examples of my work at Fountainhead Gallery in Seattle.
Here I will keep you up to date on my exhibits and other artistic endeavors.