• Best of Wyoming

    My painting Murder of Crows was selected for the Best of Wyoming - a Juried All Media Exhibition of WY Artists, show opens in Jackson Hole, Wy June 28th, 2013 at 5:30pm

  • 45th annual Yellowstone Art Museum Auction

    My painting We Did What We Had to to Survive was selected for inclusion in the Yellowstone Art Museums annual art auction. Here are the details:
    Opening reception for artists and art lovers on Thursday, January 24, 2013, 5:30 p.m. The annual auction is the YAM's most significant fundraising event, generating proceeds in support of exhibitions and programming for the entire year.

    Art Auction 45, Saturday, March 2, 2013.

  • Bound -

    My painting Broken Home was selected for the exhibition catalog for



    JANUARY 30 – FEBRUARY 23, 2013


    210 Eleventh Avenue at 25th Street, New York, NY 10001


    Women's Caucus for Art and the Phoenix Gallery are proud to present "Bound", juried by Cora Rosevear, Associate Curator of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art. Ms.Rosevear chose 24 works and one performance piece to be displayed in the gallery (and an additional 118 works that will be displayed in the exhibition catalog only).

    “Bound” featuring all women artists and one performance group, represents multiple expressions of commentary on the interpretation of bound. This exhibition explores the concepts of bound and borders--be they internal, external, constructed, imagined, imposed, or embraced and how boundaries define and shape our identities, relationships, ideas and politics. This exhibition furthers the mission of the Women's Caucus for Art, which is to create community through art, education, and social activism. Read more about WCA at: www.nationalwca.org

    Please join us on February 16th from 6:00 to 9:00 PM to the “Bound” Artists.

    Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 11:30 – 6:00 PM

  • Honoring Women's Rights: Visual Voices Together Exhibition

    My painting 'Empty in Her Shadows' was selected by Dr. Joyce Aiken, Dr. Ruth Weisberg and Patricia Rodriguez, jurors, for inclusion in the Honoring Women’s Rights: Visual Voices Together exhibition to be held at National Steinbeck Center Museum, 1 Main Street, Salinas, CA from September 7, through November 25,2012. My painting will also be included in the Honoring Women’s Rights: Visual Voices Together catalog.

  • Dana Gallery Icons of the West Show

    I am honored to have had two of my paintings selected into the Dana Gallery's 2012 “National Icons of the West Exhibition”. The show features artists from across the country displaying their unique interpretations of Western Icons. Two Georgias and Shelter Me were accepted. Show opens June 1st in Missoula, Montana and runs through August 31st. For more info on the show check out Dana Gallery.

  • Yellowstone Art Museum

    My paintings 'Today I was Not Deceived by your Flattery' (one of my favorite paintings) was selected for the silent auction for The Yellowstone Art Museum's annual art auction.

  • Missoula Art Muesum

    My painting 'No Parking in Paradise' was selected for the Missoula Art Muesum's annual art auction. This is one of my favorite paintings here is a link to the piece and more info about the event is below.

    MAM's MAM's 40th Benefit Art Auction

    Saturday // February 4 // 2012

    MAM's 40th Benefit Art Auction & Dinner

    Holiday Inn Downtown at the Park

    Tickets sold out last year so buy your tickets early this year!

  • Phenomenal Woman painting excepted into show in North Carolina...

    I am so excited that one of my 'Learning to be a Phenomenal Woman' paintings was excepted into Hotel Hadley Studio's upcoming show 'Energy'. "The show is envisioned as an exhibition of artwork reflecting on Energy, in all its glorious forms, and an opportunity to educate about alternative energy resources in Chatham County, the pros/cons of current energy sources, including information on hydro-fracturing and the future of natural gas. We will be partnering with NC WARN and others for this event66. There are many definitions to the word and we encourage artists to consider expanded interpretations. One can look at Energy as fuel for our electricity and cars, Energy as caloric and biochemical fuel for our bodies and minds, or Energy that fuels our soul through the momentum of human and nature interactions. " This is the piece that was selected, Learning to be a Phenomenal Woman #6, Balancing Time and Energy. The show will open July 15, 2011.

  • My book is for sale!

    My first children's book, 'What Do You Do" has been released by Vintage Reflections Publishing . You can purchase it from Amazon by clicking here. 'What do you do?", is a visually active book to help parents and teachers talk about the issue of bullying. It is a short instructional book that opens opportunities for discussion between children and adults that will lead to learning valuable life skills.

  • Book Release

    My first children's book is set to be released this Saturday (April 30th) Vintage Reflections Publishing . 'What do you do?", is a visually active book to help parents and teachers talk about the issue of bullying. It is a short instructional book that opens opportunities for discussion between children and adults that will lead to learning valuable life skills. I will let you know when/where it will be available as that information becomes available to me. And as always, thank you for your amazing support!

  • First Friday at Toucan Gallery

    I just dropped off 6 new paintings at the Toucan Gallery in Billings, Montana. Toucan and the other galleries on the 2500 block of Montana Avenue have been staying open late on the first Friday of every month since April of 2009. It's been a great way to expand the opportunity the Artwalks provide for people to enjoy an evening downtown. And as you may have noticed, First Fridays is now a downtown-wide event, with retailers and restaurants joining in. This Friday March 4!

  • Wyoming Elements Magazine

    wyomingelements.com Wyoming Elements Magazine is featuring a story about me and my art in their Spring 2011 issue. Wyoming Elements is a new magazine in, about, and of Wyoming’s outdoors. Wyoming Elements is a quarterly magazine, distributed statewide for locals and newcomers alike. Their mission is to provide Wyomingites with an entertaining, informative magazine featuring the best our state has to offer. I feel so lucky that they choose me to feature!

  • Yellowstone Art Museum--art auction!

    This weekend! March 5th, 2011 is the Yellowstone Art Museum's annual art auction. One of my painting was selected for the silent auction, if you are in Billings, Montana don't miss this great event! Or you can go to their website Yellowstone Art Museum to download their entire catalog or auction sections to preview the artwork.

  • Artwalk in Billings, Montana

    Some of my new work will be featured at the Toucan Gallery in Billings, Montana for the October Artwalk. Stop by and say hello if you are in the neighborhood October 1st from 5-9p.m. Toucan Gallery

  • Grassroots Festival

    I will be selling paintings and necklaces this weekend, July 24th, at the Grassroots Festival at the Big Horn Equestrian Center. 1-8 p.m. Come on out for good music (Jalan Crossland and the Fireants....just to name a few), organic goods, and other hand made goods!

  • Landfillart.org

    I am so lucky to have the opportunity to take part in an amazing artist reclamation project, www.landfillart.org. Visit their website to learn more but this here is a short blub about what it is all about:

    Landfillart is an international effort encompassing one-thousand-forty-one (1,041) artists to claim a piece of rusted metal garbage and create fine art.

    I recieved my hub cap and will be posting my progress to my blog.

  • DeerField Gallery August Local Featured Artist

    DeerField Gallery will be featuring my new works for the month of August. Artist Reception Friday August 1st 5:00-7:00 p.m.

  • Junky to Funky Show

    Call to artist!

    I am helping currate a show at DeerField Gallery here in Buffalo, Wyoming.


    The premise of the show is reduce, recycle, reuse--all artwork must be made of at least 75%
    recycled material and produced by the artist. Basically we challenge you to find the old,
    the beaten down, the thrown away and give it a second life as art!

    The show will run for the month of April, as this is National Recycling Month.
    All piece must be for sale with the artist receiving 60%, the gallery retaining a
    modest 20%, and 20% going to a local recycling effort.

    Deadline by Saturday March, 29 2008.
    Email me for more info and an entry form.