Dealing with Fallow Periods as an Artist (and Some New Drawings, Too)

Lately, I’m in a bit of a rut, artistically speaking. I do not have as much time to work every day. And I am bored with the results when I do sit down to work. I find myself wishing there were more colors in the spectrum, more textures and marks in nature to discover, because it seems my mind has worn out all of them. … Continue reading Dealing with Fallow Periods as an Artist (and Some New Drawings, Too)

Show Opening This Week! Mata+ at Unterhammer im Karlstal

Just wanted to drop in to announce my upcoming group show, back at Unterhammer, where I showed a couple of years ago. I’m excited to be part of a new group of artists, which includes Angie Horleman, Elsa Vogt-Remachers, DUZA and myself, plus two dancers, Salvatore Nicolosi and Katelyn Skelley, who will be doing a one-of-a-kind performance connected to the art on the walls. This … Continue reading Show Opening This Week! Mata+ at Unterhammer im Karlstal

WAB Group Show: Reception Pics and Artist Talk!

Our Women Across Boundaries exhibit could not be going any better. The work looks beautiful in the space and all of our events have been successes. I just wish all my close friends and family back in the U.S. could see this show in person. On Friday, we had artist talks in English for the artist Ashley Roberts and myself. This¬†video¬†shows most of my talk … Continue reading WAB Group Show: Reception Pics and Artist Talk!

Group Show: Women Across Boundaries at Gallery 64

Time has gotten away from me, but if you’ve been following my Instagram, you know my life both inside and outside the studio has been busy. I want to let you know about my next exhibition, happening here in Germany! This is a group show featuring the work of myself and some other inspiring, bold women I know. I’m also showing a large number of … Continue reading Group Show: Women Across Boundaries at Gallery 64

Day 66 Update: Birth of a Series (or a Lifelong Journey)

It’s day 66 of my 100-Day-Project. I haven’t missed a day for a few weeks now and I think I’ve fallen into a kind of rhythm. I’ve heard artists talk about the benefits of building a visual language and other painterly habits. These habits make slipping into a studio process easier when you’re stumped for ideas. You just begin making the marks and hopefully by … Continue reading Day 66 Update: Birth of a Series (or a Lifelong Journey)