Category Archives: contemporary folk art

New Work

“A life of making isn’t a series of shows or projects or productions or things; it is an everyday practice. It is a practice of questions more than answers, of waiting to find what you need more often than knowing what … Continue reading

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Gallery News – Sold!

“Everything great that ever happened in this world happened first in somebody’s imagination.” -Astrid Lindgren  I enjoy painting animals. I tend to think a lot about what animals are up to when we aren’t looking. I know -for sure- they are … Continue reading

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Learning To Fly

“Second star to the right and straight on til morning.” – J.M. Barrie One of my favorite books was Peter Pan. Then it came on television. I was fascinated and after seeing the movie, I would have dreams that I could … Continue reading

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Studio News

“I wear the universe backwards. I imagine putting stars in my coffee and sugar in the sky. I imagine going fishing in the clouds and watching the sun hide behind lakes. I’m too busy dancing with my imagination to even … Continue reading

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