New Exhibits and Ongoing Installations of Public Art
Discovering the Dramatic Landscape on Beautiful Whidbey Island, Washington. ALL drawing levels welcome.
Join me for an exciting and inspiring THREE day drawing workshop. Explore a new direction in your art while drawing with the dramatic, fluid, and textural world of charcoal and graphite through the landscape on world famous Whidbey Island. All art levels are welcome to attend this workshop. Whether you are just starting out in drawing or have been working in charcoal or another medium for some time, you will have the opportunity to grow artistically in the fascinating and forgiving mediums of charcoal and graphite. Artist demos, discussions, building exciting compositions, plenty of drawing exploration, and group critique time provided every day. September 14-16, 2015. The workshop runs from 9am-4pm daily with a lunch on your own during break time. Tuition $395. A detailed description of objectives and the link for registration for my workshop can be found at The Pacific Northwest Art School.
Enjoy paradise on Whidbey Island on your free time after class. Grab your sketchbook, camera, and workshop friends to explore a bit on your own free time. Coupeville and surrounding areas offer world class accommodations, restaurants, galleries, land and sea activities. Enjoy the famed Penn Cove mussels. Land, sea, and inspiration!
I am delighted to announce that my newest painted sculpture will be exhibited in "Amen: A Prayer for the World" a Visual Arts Exhibition of 48 Fiberglass Sculptures in Prayer Painted by Premier Egyptian and Western Artists.
Please visit our installation at either venue this Fall. Visitation hours are listed on the venue websites.
Washington National Cathedral : Washington, D.C. 31 August - 6 October, 2014
The Cathedral of St. John the Devine : New York City 12 October - 16 November, 2014
Cakeway to the West is a year long public art installation as well as a scavenger hunt and history lesson. Please download the Candy Lab App to your smartphone to collect cake photos. The cakes will be installed until the end of 2014. Prizes awarded.
"Two Sides of the Thin Gray Line" is exhibited at the Silence and Noise Juried Exhibition at Art Saint Louis on Pine Street, St. Louis, MO.