Evolving into Place

Evolving into Place

As with most of my work, the Net sculptures are an intuitive or visceral response to an emotional state or experience. The first of the small sculptures made of wire, paper pulp and encaustic came into being after we moved from New Jersey to Pennsylvania several years ago, inspired by a dream about butterfly nets. They […]

A Goddess in Need of a Name

A Goddess in Need of a Name

She is a Goddess, a hunter, a gatherer, and a vessel. The sum of many parts, she is a nest of stories, pieces that hold mysteries of their own, finding a way to weave together a sacred place. As we all do each day. Perhaps she is a portrait of our authentic selves, our inner network of […]

Ebb & Flow at Gallery 37: A Destination for Artful Living

Ebb & Flow at Gallery 37: A Destination for Artful Living

“As the years passed the layers of netting multiplied and she began to rely on a different kind of memory. The memory of things she knew but no longer saw.” Brick Lane by Monica Ali. Spent the day yesterday installing my exhibition Ebb & Flow at Gallery 37: A Destination for Artful Living, 8 So. […]

Jumping in with Both Feet

Jumping in with Both Feet

Beginning and endings are often the hardest part of anything- a relationship, a transition, a work of art. I jump in with both feet, my husband Scott on the other hand, gives careful consideration to everything he does. Granted, once he commits, he’s in. But getting him there, that’s another story. We were set up […]

Whirlwind day of art in Chelsea, NYC

Whirlwind day of art in Chelsea, NYC

Took a day trip to New York City last week to meet Deb Nehmad my good friend from graduate school who currently has a solo exhibition at the Kim Foster Gallery in Chelsea.  with Deb Nehmad at Kim Foster Gallery in New York City. Deb’s work looks great. Her large scale paper pieces are burned, […]

Eerie Beauty

Eerie Beauty

Up close and personal with Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, PA. ESP is a massive historical structure full of haunting beauty, decay- and art, just down the street from the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Recently, I was there for an Artist Orientation to learn more about the prison and opportunities for site specific installations. Cell […]