Happy Holidays! It's hard to believe but the winter holiday season is upon us. Wishing you and your family joy as 2019 wraps up. If you find yourself traveling this December (or even into 2020), look for my scrolls at both Minneapolis Saint Paul International airport terminals. It is my hope that you will find a few moments of pleasure viewing the installations. The image above is of Terminal 2, newly installed this past week and will be up for one year. Terminal 1 will be up through the end of 2019. To see a time lapse video of the installation process click here. More information can be found through the links below:
The I Love You Institute had another successful pop-up! Hosted by the University of MN, Duluth, students were able to practice the art of gratitude. We worked with over 400 students, thanks to the amazing volunteers from the Department of Applied Human Sciences and the School of Fine Arts. Special thanks to Ladona Tornabene and Alison Aune! See local press coverage from the event! WDIO & Fox 21
On December 1, Arbeit Opera Theatre (AOT) and LOFTrecital observed World AIDS Day with an evening of remembrance and awareness inspired by musical stories centered around the AIDS crisis. I was honored to provide props and a painting for this important event.
Pop-up event for Cashmere, Silk & Art!
Where: 2242 University Ave #308
When: December 7th, 10 am - 5 pm & December 8th, 11 am - 4 pm
Lookbook upon request: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other info: 763.656.9824
Cashmere, Silk & Art at the studio! Co-hosted with Charlie Wagner, this year’s collection includes an exclusive line of cashmere and silk sweaters in addition to undergarments and inspiring art. I look forward to sharing my newest works including a series of healing heart paintings. Please join us!
Athenaeum Music & Arts Library
My work is currently on view along with other wonderful artists at the Athenaeum in La Jolla, CA. The Recent Acquisitions exhibition highlights new and exciting work acquired by the gallery. The work will be on display through December 28, 2019. The red painting shown here was also the cover art for their Summer Festival concert series program.