Category Archives: self portraits

Black lines

It’s been a whole week since I last posted–wow! My art energy is on slow simmer, I guess. That and I’ve been calling my Representatives, a lot. Finding a new routine these days. The winter light is still calling for … Continue reading

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Deer in the Headlights, Crossing the Road–preparing for a May show

Moving right along–these pieces (among others) are what I’ve been working on this winter and spring. A few from this series will be spotlighted in a small salon-style show at the studio of photographer MJ Sharp in Durham in May. … Continue reading

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Preparing for pechakucha in March at Greenhill

This week, Greenhill in Greensboro emailed out a call to artists to be part of a presentation event. Similar to pechakucha, artists submit 15 images and prepare for a 5-minute talk about their work. It works out to about 3 images/minute … Continue reading

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permanent collection–Self-Portrait on Triangle

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My work in other people’s houses–“The Pilgrim”

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