I participated in the Photolucida portfolio review in April. It was an educational and inspiring event. I saw some breathtaking images from talented artists, met insightful curators and gallerists and left with a brain full of ideas and information.
Mia Dalglish and Lisa Woodward of Pictura Gallery from Bloomington, Indiana reviewed my work and asked me a perceptive question, "if you could design your dream exhibit, what would it look like?". A few months later I was offered the opportunity to exhibit at Pictura in August and September with Nicole Campanello. I am delighted to say the least and will be showing 6 large pieces from my NEGATIVE/POSITIVE portfolio.
A special thank you to Paula Tognarelli of the Griffin Museum and word smith extraordinaire J. Sybylla Smith for this wonderful support of my art. Click here to read more..
Thank you Scotti Hill for a thoughtful and beautifully written article. Click here to read the whole thing.
I am very grateful to curator Lee Deigaard at The Front Gallery in New Orleans for the opportunity to be part of the group show ENSCRIBE in the month of October.
"Enscribe", a group show of drawing, photography, painting, and installation explores processes of memory, inscription, entanglement and the ways life and loss write themselves indelibly into us.
I am very pleased to be in such good company with artists, John Powers, Jina Valentine, Norah Lovell, Ann Schwab, Lee Deigaard and Karoline Schleh & John Seefeldt.
From right to left: Artist Rebecca Cummins, Artist Ariana Page Russell, Artist and Curator Linda Alterwitz, Artist Kate Breakey and me. We had a great opening and panel discussion on Friday night, July 8th. The show will be up until July 29th - stop by if you are in Sin City! Contemporary Art Center, Las Vegas.
Kate Breakey, Rebecca Cummins, Ariana Page Russell and Elizabeth Stone
“Art + Science” a joint exhibition at the Las Vegas Contemporary Art Center, features four American artists whose recent work individually explores the relationship between art and science. Investigations of natural and biological sciences and human physiology kindle a curiosity that lives within the boundaries of experience, thought, and aesthetics.
A special thank you to Amy Jorgensen and the Granary Art Center in Ephraim, Utah for an upcoming exhibition of 40 Moons this fall. The show will open October 7th. The space is stunning.
Thank you to Linda Alterwitz and the exhibition committee at the Contemporary Art Center in Las Vegas for the opportunity to show my new project 40 Moons this summer, July 1 - 24th. I will be exhibiting with two other amazing artists, Kate Breakey and Rebecca Cummins. More details to be divulged soon.