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Upcoming exhibits

This summer, you can see my work in two exciting exhibitions.

Danfoth Art's Community of Artists exhibit will feature my piece, Sprung.

Room83, a wonderful new space that has recently opened in Watertown at 83 Spring Street, will be showing another piece from the series "Passing Strange" in the Work for Food fundraiser and sale. 50% of the sale price will go to the Watertown Food Pantry, and 50% will go to the artist.

I will again be part of the annual Exposed exhibition in Stowe VT sponsored by the Helen Day Art Center. My piece, Meander, a collaboration with poet Lizzy Fox, will be on view outside for three months on the bike path in Stowe. It will be similar to, but not exactly like, Approach.

My piece, Approach, at Art Rocks Menotomy this spring
Approach will also be part of  Figment Boston on the Rose Kennedy Greenway this July!


karenwihbey said…
Yeah! Congratulations on all!

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