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Stop by: opening celebrations

I’m excited to announce that my work has been juried into two exciting shows in Denver, both with opening receptions this Friday, May 2nd. I’ll be spending time at both… just not sure where I’ll be when!

One of my Daily Mail collages will be on view at RedLine’s First Annual Juried Show, “Intersections.” The […]

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Stairwell debut

Collage on the level five landing and the artist, Janice McDonald.

IMA Financial Group moved into their brand new building mid-December and the grand opening celebration was last night. It was a lovely event and I’m honored to be included in the art collection. It was fabulous to see all the artwork and […]

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Collage show opening reception Friday, October 25th

The mail (junk and otherwise!) is the only source of materials for this series of collages, created from whatever was delivered each day over a three month period. I’ll have more than 70 small works on display. Hope you can come take a look!

Overlooked Artifacts: The Daily Mail Series October 24th to November 17th, […]

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Lots of framing to do…

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My next exhibition at Spark Gallery in Denver includes collages made from papers culled from each day’s mail over a three-month period. So I have 70+ small works to frame […]

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Rip/Tear Show Opening

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Collage show opening at EDGE Gallery 11.06.09

It was exciting to have over 300 people stroll through the gallery opening on Friday night— First Friday and also the […]

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