What You’ve Got

This spring and summer I’m looking forward to showing my piece What You’ve Got in several different midwestern art galleries and museums. If you’re in the area of any of these shows, I hope you’ll make a point to check them out. I miss going to galleries and seeing art in person.

Observing Motherhood, ARC Gallery – Chicago, IL
April 30 – June 19, 2021

From the ARC Gallery website: “Observing Motherhood” is an exhibition of innovative approaches to the representation of Motherhood, shifting the viewpoint from the overly nostalgic imagery promoted by popular culture, to a critical exploration of the subject. This work goes beyond the conventional stereotypes, and represents a wide range of perspectives and alternative viewpoints on the idea of Motherhood.

The exhibition will run from April 30 – June 19, 2021. Gallery hours are: Fridays, 3-7pm; Saturdays and Sundays, 12-4pm. Masks for all visitors are required and no more than 6 people will be allowed in the gallery at one time. (Hours subject to change.)

Exhibiting Artists: Karen Ami, Diana Baumbach, Amy Bernard, Alexandra Buxbaum, B. Kirk Chernansky, Sara Peak Convery, Ava Da Re, Katrina Davis-Salazar, Jillian Dickson, SP Scotti Estes, Morgan Ford Willingham, Stacy Lee Gee, Katere Gladdys, Niki Grangruth, Elizabeth Hall, Caitlin Hazelton, Susan Hensel, Daisie Hoitsma, Chloe Iria, Anna Johnson, Lindsay Johnson, Sarah King, Beth LeFauve, Robert Mullenix, Nastja Nykaza, Denise Orlin, Allison Pasquesi, Anat Pollack, Katie Ries, Gina Lee Robbins, Holly Romano, Marleene Rubenstein, Mardy Sears, Amy Usdin, Weiting Wei

Factory Made: An Exploration of the Industrial Scar, the Miller Museum of Art – Sturgeon Bay, WI
June 5 – July 19, 2021

Along with artists Brendan Baylor, James Cagle, and, Holli Jacobson, I’ll be sharing work that “examine[s] how industry shapes the landscape and alters the environment.” As part of this show I’ll be leading a free Land Scout tour around the museum on Thursday, June 10th. Details forthcoming.

Community Artist Projects, the Trout Museum of Art, Appleton, WI
June 26, 2021 during Appleton’s Farm Market, 8:00am – 12:30pm @ TMA

I’m excited to work with the Trout Museum of Art on their Community Artist Projects. Come trade something from your pocket, purse, or bag for one of a thousand seed balls on display at the Appleton Farm Market.

Land Ethic, Clear Lake Arts Center, Clear Lake, IA
June 22 – July 17, 2021

This is the first solo show I’ve had since the pandemic shut everything down. Preparing for it has been a joy. In addition to What You’ve Got, this exhibition will be the inaugural display of my reworked pennant series, Rah Rah! Nature! I’m sorry I won’t get to see it in person. Hope some of you all can and send me pictures.

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