Come visit with me in my studio to hear about my latest activism projects - working with Mothers In Charge to help stop local violence. This work has inspired the Balloon Series/works on paper about the emotional side of losing a loved one to violence, inspired by the tradition of letting balloons go in remembrance of a lost relative. The "Anger" piece was recently chosen to be in the permanent collection at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
We are all affected by this Covid-19 mess. This has been
a great time for me to put some art lessons for kids on-line. You can see some at the Nelson-Atkins blog.
Also, check out the website for 3DHQ on the Plaza in KC. They are making reusable plastic masks and I have hand painted 25, so you can be safe and still make your own unique statement. Go to www.3Dheadquarter.com
What's been happening recently?
BIG NEWS!! My poppy art along with a new poem by Glenn North will be featured on a KC Streetcar this summer for the Art in the Loop project for 2020! Look for a poppy Streetcar in June.....
For more info on the program and the whole poem, check out www.artintheloop.com
Reflections of Hope: Armistice 1918 was featured in Forbes Magazine, Parade Magazine, the KC Star Newspaper, The Star Tribune paper from Minneapolis, KC Studio Magazine, and on five news stations. Hope you got a chance to see it in person!! The poppy Installation at National World War I Museum & Memorial has now been removed. To buy a poppy, contact the Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org.