Several weeks ago, a young woman walked into my studio with a couple of her friends. We chatted for a few minutes about my art, and then she told me that she’d like to borrow one of my pieces for an art exhibition at Houston Christian University (formerly, Houston Baptist University). Artists are frequently onContinue reading “Curators and Jurors in the Making”
During the four years since I hung out my shingle as a professional artist, I have benefited from the warm embrace of the artist community. By and large, these talented people share their knowledge of the business of art, their ideas, and suggestions—helping you to achieve your goals—both monetary and artistic. Although I started outContinue reading “What’s with the Assault on Art?”
Every other year, Women in the Visual and Literary Arts (WiVLA) hosts a member event, known as a Collaboration. In it, writers and artists team up to create a fresh product that is more than the sum of its parts. This was my third Collaboration since joining WiVLA in 2016. In 2018, I had aContinue reading “A Reflective Collaboration”
I once collaborated with a talented poet on a project where SPACE was the theme. For our project, we chose Hiding SPACE, which explored how we so often substitute our thoughts with emojis.