“Lifting the Sky: Elevating the Works of American Women Artists” Exhibition, May 20-August 21, 2021 “Outlaws” was juried into this annual exhibition, which will be online this year due to Covid restrictions. Many online events throughout the exhibition. Catalog will be available online.
“LOOK, A Holiday Expo” features more than 200 works of art by 35 established Bay Area artists. “Quarantini” is among my paintings in the exhibition. It is my tribute & toast to people everywhere who discovered and revealed their resilience, strength, creativity, and care for others during 2020, this difficult year of pandemic, politics, and […]
“The deYoung Open Exhibition,” Oct 10, 2020-Jan 3, 2021, a salon-style exhibit featuring 881 artworks selected from 11,000 entries by San Francisco Bay Area artists. Thanks to the deYoung Museum for this welcome opportunity during the Covid-19 pandemic.
As part of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco’s 125th anniversary celebration, and in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the deYoung Museum will feature 881 Bay Area artworks, juried by artists Hung Liu, Mildred Howard, and Enrique Chagoya for a “salon style” exhibition upon reopening. I’m honored my painting “Outlaws” will be included.
Six of my “On the Town” series of festive and romantic oil paintings are featured in the “Something More” Exhibition at Andra Norris Gallery. Also works by Lynette Cook, Justyna Kisielewicz, and Myron Stephens. September 12 – October 23, 2020
“The Heirloom” selected for the American Women Artists’ 2020 Spring Online Juried Show Through Spring 2021
A new catalog of my paintings, both Still Life and Interiors. Thanks to collectors, supporters, and the galleries that have represented me over the years — in San Francisco, Boston, Santa Fe, and Santa Monica. I continue to feel grateful each time one of my paintings finds its home.
“Big.Top” is an extravaganza of an exhibition at Andra Norris Gallery. It features “Outlaws” among 200+ works by 30+ artists with Bay Area connections. November 2-January 4, 2020.
In the Live Auction of the 41st annual “Art Auction,” a generous collector purchased “French Toast,” benefitting the Crocker Art Museum