I’m pleased to share that a selection of my small original artworks, as well as printed greeting cards, are available at Even Keel‘s storefront in Brooklyn this spring as part of their first Local Maker Spotlight cohort. Founded by En Tsoa, Even Keel produces handmade and eco-friendly bath and products and highlights these as well as other home products in the shop.
Shop In-Person, through May 2023: Even Keel Store Tuesdays, Fridays-Sundays, 11am-6pm 567 Union Street, Brooklyn, NY
I’ve added a bunch of work from the past few years (plus new greeting cards) to my Etsy shop for an end of year studio sale. Many pieces are marked down, and it’s a great time to bring some original artwork home. Check it out here!
I’m happy to share my participation in two upcoming pop-up markets this season. If you’re local to either location, hope you can come by to check out recent works on paper! It’s always a pleasure to share my work with people in a face-to-face way.
Ox-Bow House Winter Market Thursdays-Saturdays, November 26-December 17, 11am-6pm 137 Center Street, Douglas, MI learn more
Brooklyn Navy Yard Annual Holiday Market Saturday, December 3 and Sunday, December 4, 12-5pm Brooklyn Navy Yard – Building 77 (Flushing Ave. and Vanderbilt), Brooklyn, NY learn more
As pictured, many of the small works available this year will ship in 8×10″ mats – which makes them easy to display (this is a standard frame size) or gift once you receive.
I am again partnering with ISCP in support of their mission of developing the careers and opportunities for artists and curators from around the world. $10 from each artwork sale ($5 from each postcard bundle) will be directly donated to their work.
Members of my email list have already received a 25% off discount code good through the end of the year; if you’d like to receive this code,subscribe hereand I’ll share it with you as well!
For the third year in a row, one of my artworks was included in the Bemis Center’s annual benefit auction. It’s always a pleasure to see my work in its new home – and what a lovely setting this one ended up in, with a lively green houseplant to keep it company!
This drawing is one of a series of my meditation drawings made about a year ago, in the first autumn of the pandemic – back home to New York, numbers rising again, the uncertainties of winter lying ahead. After time away from my studio, and away from the normal routines of life, I returned with a sense of urgency to these drawings – some in ink, some (like this one) in colored pencil. Looking at them now reminds me of feeling a bit desperate to get marks onto paper. The layered lines remind me of the warp and weft of the weaving made by my grandmother that hangs on the wall of our apartment, and of the way you can obscure a line of text best by writing something else right on top of it.
You can view more of the drawings in this series here, and bring one to your own home – here.