Artists Corner & Gallery Now Representing My Work

I am pleased to announce that Artists Corner & Gallery in West Acton, MA, is now representing my work. They feature over 45 artists whose creations encompass decorative and functional works in ceramics, fiber arts, furniture, glass, ​jewelry, mixed media, painting, photography, printing, sculpture, wood, and more.

This warm and inviting gallery was recently featured in Artscope Magazine.

ArtsWorcester's "The Fifth Annual One"

I just recently became a member of ArtsWorcester and am excited to participate in their upcoming show, "The Fifth Annual One", where each member is invited to bring the single piece they want to exhibit most, regardless of medium or theme. Over 130 artists will be participating.

I have chosen to exhibit "Place Of Beginning", a mixed media work constructed on layers of Dura-Lar (translucent film), acrylic sheet, and wood panel. This piece is the first in my new series and is near and dear to my heart. Read more about it here.

Arts In Bloom 2017 - Hopkinton Center For The Arts

I'm delighted to announce that 2 of my pieces have been selected for "Arts In Bloom" at the Hopkinton Center For The Arts.

"Shadow Dance" and "Rising" are both limited edition pigment transfer prints. They were created from various hand-drawn elements and monotypes that were blended through my own digital process. The final prints were made using a modern day transfer technique where the image is hand pressed onto specially prepared fine art paper with archival pigment inks.

Second Place in the "Flora & Fauna" Show at Artists Corner & Gallery!

I'm pleased to announce that "Listen While I Fly" has been awarded Second Place in Artists Corner & Gallery's "Flora & Fauna" Show opening this Friday, April 7th.

"Place Of Beginning" on exhibit at the Milton Art Center

I'm excited to announce that "Place Of Beginning" has been accepted into Milton Art Center's Second Annual Juried Show opening March 24th.

This is the first in a new series of mixed media works constructed on layers of Dura-Lar (translucent film), acrylic sheet, and wood panel. Continuing my interest in fusing hand techniques with digital processes, some of the methods and materials used include image pigment transfers, colored pencil, ink, graphite, and collage.

"Haiku" Showing At Gallery 529 in Littleton

I'm excited to announce that my piece "Haiku" was recently juried into the show, "Inspired Blooms", at Gallery 529 in Littleton, MA. This show benefits The Littleton Conservation Trust.

"Haiku" is a framed limited edition pigment transfer print. 


Show dates: February 12 - March 29, 2017

Gallery 529
529 King Street, Littleton, MA
(978) 486-0187

Featured in the Beacon Villager

It was truly a thrill to be featured in our local paper, "The Beacon Villager". I met the journalist, Holly Camero, at the reception for Gallery Seven's Holiday Art Show and one thing led to another...  Click here to read the article

Gallery Seven Holiday Art Show 2016

I was recently invited to participate in The Holiday Art Show at Gallery Seven in Maynard, MA. This is the first time I will be exhibiting pieces from my bird series.

"Listen While I Fly" and "Instinct" were created as mixed media digital collages, and are being offered as limited edition pigment transfer prints. Dozens of hand-drawn elements and monotypes were layered to create these rich textural tapestries.

The 13th Annual Blanche Ames National Art Exhibition 2016

I'm very excited to share the news that my piece, "Rising", will be showing at the 13th Annual Blanche Ames National Art Exhibition this fall. I am especially honored that my artwork was chosen for the postcard and catalog cover.

"Rising" is a limited edition pigment transfer print of a mixed media digital artwork. Image size: 23-1/2" x 8-3/4".

The juror for this year's show was Todd Bartel.

Awarded Honorable Mention at "Arts In Bloom 2016"

I'm pleased to announce that both of my pieces on exhibit at "Arts In Bloom 2016" were awarded Honorable Mention. The juror was Katherine French, director of Catamount Arts and previous director of The Danforth Museum.

Flower arrangements were made by the Hopkinton Garden Club to honor all the award-winning artwork. Mine were created by Tee Johnson. Aren't they gorgeous?

"Rising" Juried Into Show At The Artists Corner & Gallery

"Rising" has been accepted into a show at The Artists Corner & Gallery in West Acton, MA. The theme of the show is "Peace".

This lovely quote was provided as inspiration in the Artist Call For Entry:

       The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.
         -- Pablo Picasso

Exhibiting at the Concord Center for the Visual Arts - March 2016

I am excited to announce that my piece, "Shadow Dance", was accepted into a juried show at the Concord Center for the Visual Arts. It was chosen out of a field of over 350 submissions (only about 90 were accepted). The juror was Susan Nalband of 555 Gallery in Boston.