Multi-Media Artist Specializing in Found Material Assemblage, Jewelry & Earthworks
Currently Exhibiting Work In The Following Shows…
At the Cape Cod Museum of Art 60 Hope Lane, off Route 6A Dennis, MA 02638
February 14 – March 30th
*Opening Reception: March 1, 2014
For this show I was randomly assigned to be a part of the group themed ” Seven Sisters, Pleiades Constellation”. Below is a piece of my writing and a slide show of my sculpture “Freeing The Light” that I created inspired by this theme.
“For many ancient, indigenous cultures Pleiades was a source of timekeeping and also helped predict a season’s harvest. From the perspective of an ancient tribesperson, I could only imagine ceremoniously looking up for guidance, to find one these stars missing. This sculpture embodies the deep spiritual energy of paying homage to this fallen star.” -Tessa D’Agostino
This exhibition showcases the work of 49 women from across the Cape, working in a variety of media: painting, printmaking, glass, fiber, mixed media, sculpture, encaustic, and conceptual. The women range in age from 22-82 and include both emerging and well-established artists.
Seven groups of seven have spent a full year working on their selected themes on which they based their work. The seven themes are: Seven Sisters, Pleiades Constellation; Seven Deadly Sins or Not; Seven Elements; Seventh Generation from Native American lore; Seven Intentions; Seven Colors of the Visible Spectrum; Formal 7.
To read more about this show please visit http://www.ccmoa.org/Upcoming-Exhibitions.asp
To read a great article about this show where my sculpture “Freeing the Light” is featured please visit Cape Women Online at http://www.capewomenonline.com/2014_Issues/Winter_2014/Winter_2014_Articles/EmbracingContemporary.html
Mutual Muses VII
The 7th Annual Mutual Muses Exhibition
A Marriage of Literary and Visual Art
at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod in So. Yarmouth
Opening Reception: Friday April 4th 5-8pm
What is Mutual Muses?
Mutual Muses is an annual spring exhibit held in all four Cultural Center galleries. Half of the participants are writers (both prose and poetry this year) and half are visual artists (painters, sculptors, fabric and glass artists, etc.). Writers are randomly assigned an image from which they will draw inspiration, and visual artists are randomly assigned a poem or paragraph that will inspire them.
Above is a piece of my work currently being used as inspiration for a poem soon to be…
For more information on this event please visit the Cultural Center’s website http://www.cultural-center.org/index.html
To find a sampling of my work anyday & everyday…
Black Crow Gallery
located in Mashpee Commons
Nature Inspired Jewlery, Mixed Media, Found Materials Assemblage, Hand Woven Lighted Vine Work and more…
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