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Santa Monica Cultural Affairs image

The Palette – a weekly email newsletter of the Santa Monica Cultural Affairs accepted two of my images for their masthead banner. Windblown and Full Moon Sunrise will be featured in the July 26 & August 2 editions. It was just such a gorgeous moment on my early morning walk but I was blown away when I downloaded the image Full Moon Sunrise, and discovered the perfect semi-circle of seagulls directly below the full moon, pure magic!

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The Power of Self image

In May of 2011 I entered a show called “The Power of Self” in New York and one of the guest curators, Marietta Davis, a well known New York artist and photographer sent me an email to say: “Your portfolio is an intriguing interpretation of the self-portrait in the photography genre. I enjoy the creativity and experimentation in your use of reflections. I really like the chaotic composition and use of intense color. Your work is very strong and I look forward to seeing it progress even further!” I better get back to progessing quick!  

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Welcome to my new website image

Welcome to my new website, please feel free to make any comments or suggestions through the contact page. This year is off to a great start. In January I was included in a group show at Gallery 825 called VS. Juried by Michelle Urton of Gemini G.E.L. all the work in the show was made by teams of artists paired randomly by the gallery with volunteer artist members from the gallery. I was paired with Mercedes McDonald who’s style could not be more different from mine, a beautiful painter using a lot of romantic images. It was quite a challenge, both of us were very busy, me with breast cancer surgery! She agreed to let me go wild and collage ...

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the “Chain Letter” show at Shoshana Wayne Gallery image

From July 23 to August 25 I was included in the “Chain Letter” show at Shoshana Wayne Gallery at Bergamot in Santa Monica. It was a riot with so many artists, a great event that brought the community together. My sculpture landed on the front counter, a favorite of mine that I call the “Pink Puff” piece (you can see it here under mixed media). An artist from the Santa Monica Art Studios who is in my “Critique group” that I am moderating for Gallery 825 saw it in my studio and said that is the only piece that really caught her eye and stuck with her from the whole show! Wow, that’s what I call a complement, there were ...

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