Monday, April 23, 2012

Exhibitions 2011

2011 was a full year for shows and other events.  Here are a few of the year's highlights:

Solo Exhibition Attleboro Museum

                                                   Full Moon at Manasarovar, pastel on paper, 28" H x 33"W
                                                   (fine art prints available)

Attleboro Arts Museum hosted a solo exhibition March 30 through April 29, 2011:  ten new works from the Where Heaven Meets Earth series depicting encounters with the sacred at places of energetic emergence around the world.

The Journey Chosen for National Exhibition
Journey to Ausangate

The Journey, pastel on paper, 
33" H x 28" W

Jurors at the Arts Center/Old Forge selected "The Journey from Ausangate" to be part of the Northeast National Pastel Exhibition, on display at the Center from May 14 - June 25, 2011.  The exhibit then traveled to other locations.  

Please visit the Arts Center site for more details.

Textile & Pastels In Provincetown Green Arts Festival 

                                                             Full Moon Flood, pastel on paper, 21" H x 18" W
                                                          (fine art prints available)

Three pieces - textile and pastel - were chosen by the Provincetown Conservation Trust for exhibit at Appearances, Provincetown's 2011 Green Arts Festival.  The multimedia, interactive exhibit was displayed throughout the city from April 15-2.
Tree and Its Reflection, textile, 36" H x 31" W

Life Art Heart Expo

                                                                 Trees Embrace, pastel on paper, 33.5" H x 26" W

Lovers of art and spirituality celebrated a day of art exhibits and talks by healers, philosophers, and experts in many areas of spiritual study.  June 11, 2011.

Solo Exhibition Bentley University

Shadows at the Sanctuary, pastel on paper, 26" H x 32" W

On February 26 2012 Bentley University's Conscious Capitalism Institute hosted a solo exhibition to accompany a presentation of the Pachamama Alliance Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream SymposiumThe exhibit contained paintings of sacred, indigenous sites in the Peruvian Andes and Pacific Northwest, and included the monumental triptych Earth, Water, & Sky:

 The purpose of my artwork is to celebrate

the beauty, mystery, and spirituality of the natural world.
 I try to make visible the energetic oneness of all life
as a way to inspire honor and
 preservation of Earth.

The Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream Symposium is a transformative educational experience that empowers participants to respond to humanity's current situation with action and informed, grounded optimism about our future.   

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