self portrait in fabric

“Fury”

Though there has been an awful lot lately that makes me so angry that I feel as if my hair is on fire and my head is going to explode, I actually began this self-portrait called “Fury” years ago. I was at a livestream event for TED 2018 where I saw Tracee Ellis Ross speak […]

Created Equal Exhibit Now Open

I am thrilled to say the two most recently completed pieces in my Protest Series are now on display as part of the “Created Equal” exhibit at the Arlington Center for the Arts. Both “Last Words 1” and “Fury” are hanging in the Shaira Ali Gallery at the ACA until November 6th. The exhibit is […]

In the Gallery

My exhibit of the Victims Quilt Project opened last week at the Francesca Anderson Fine Art gallery in Lexington, MA. But, Francesca hasn’t only hung the memorial quilts. In addition to the incredible paintings by other artists that she has paired up with the quilts, she has also hung my newest works, a series of […]

Massacre Map

I added a new quilt to the Victims Quilt Project. The entire series is about to hang at the Francesca Anderson Fine Art Gallery in Lexington, MA. It will be on display from February 19th to March 28th with an Opening Reception on February 29th and a Gallery Talk on March 14th. Francesca saw the […]

Tiny Pricks Project exhibit sign

The Tiny Pricks Project

I went out to West Stockbridge, MA this weekend with a friend to see the Tiny Pricks Project exhibit at The Foundry and to participate in a workshop and the reception. I had not heard of the project until my friend emailed to see if I was interested, but it was right up my alley, […]

Upcoming Victims Quilt Project Exhibit

The Victims Quilt Project will be on view at the Rising Star Quilters Guild Quilt Show. Dates: October 4 – 5, 2019 (Friday and Saturday) Hours: 10 AM – 5 PM Location: St Brigid Church,1995 Massachusetts Ave. Lexington, MA For more information about the Victims Quilt Project or to sponsor a block, see the Victims […]

Creative Play Newsletter – New Beginnings

In last month’s newsletter, I discussed how to bring on spring after suffering through the dark time of a creative winter. I wrote about beginning new projects and the process for getting started.  I missed the connection at the time, but that turns out to have been a very appropriate article for July because it […]

Boston Globe article

There was a really lovely article printed in the Boston Globe yesterday about my Victims Quilt Project and the exhibit at the Arlington Center for the Arts. I do, however, have to offer a clarification. I did not “meticulously embroider” the letters onto fabric. I printed them out from the computer. I don’t know how […]