2014 Winter/Spring Exhibitions

I am excited to announce that I have six upcoming exhibitions!

Psychenwelic (SI-ken-yu-WEL-ic)
Second Sight Gallery and Studio
February 8th- March 15th
Reception: February 8th 1-4pm

Civil Rights in America:Black History Celebration Show
James A. Rhodes State Office Tower
February 1st- February 28th

Creative Arts of Women: Exchanges
Fort Hayes Shot Tower
March 3rd- April 4th
Reception: March 20th 6-8pm

Creative Women of Color: Visible/Invisible
Carnegie Gallery Columbus Metropolitan Library
March 13th-April 25th
Reception: March 13 6-8pm

Creative Women of Color: Fruits of the Spirit
First Presbyterian Church (East Broad Street)
April 10th- May 14th

Art Unbound




This fallĀ  Friends of the Columbus Metropolitan Library challenged 17 crazy talented local artistsĀ  and me to take books no longer in the library’s collection and to make new creations from them. This show is ridiculously good and I’m not saying that just because I’m apart of it. A couple of my art buds who were also participating shared some of our “in progress” work, and let me tell you it was amazing to see how folks figured out how to utilize an old book.

I did a two dimensional painting which I titled ” Possessing the Secret of Joy” after the title of and Alice Walker novel (one of my favorites books in my 20’s). The image is of a woman reading to a child. Her hair is composed of well over a hundred of hand rolled paper beads. The painting references my own connection to my children through reading. Reading aloud to my children has been one of the most enjoyable aspects of parenting for me. My kids and I have read hundreds of books and are regular (just about weekly) visitors to the Main Library. Through my kids I have rediscovered some amazing children’s books and consider myself a connoisseur of children’s literature.