This Friday May 19th, 2017, the culminating exhibition for The Studio Project will take place from 5:30-7:30 at the lobby of The Art Association in Jackson Hole. The National Museum of Wildlife Art sponsored this 12-week project that allowed me to teach nine high school students how to oil paint. I was lucky enough to be featured on the front cover of the Jackson Hole News & Guide’s Arts Section, highlighting my work with the students and the upcoming gallery reception. You can read the article here.
I’ve also accepted opportunities to have my work shown in American Artwork’s 2018 curated gallery catalog, and CreativPaper’s “Best Of” gallery book being released at the end of 2017.
Lastly, I have been gathering my thoughts and resources for the last push of creativity before the Jackson Hole Art Fair coming up this July 7,8, & 9th. The prints have been ordered, the fabrics chosen, and the ideas stirring for a variety of crafts to be sold in addition to original paintings. Time is going to creep up on me fast for this event, so for the next couple of weeks I will be in full production mode until I take a hiatus to travel back to Vermont in mid-June. It’s been a lovely spring season so far. Hopefully more updates to the Flow section of this website to come soon, as that body of work is developing nicely.