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17th Annual Texas Artist Coalition Member Show

Happy to share that I’ve got 2 pieces in the 17th Annual Texas Artist Coalition Member Show at Arts Fort Worth center at 1300 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107. Opening is August 4 from 6 – 9 PM. Show runs through August 26, 2023.

Sleeping man with cat, acrylic on paper, 22 x 30 in, 2023
Untitled (side-glancing man), acrylic on paper, 30 x 22,

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Summer 2023 updates

It’s been a hot summer and I haven’t gotten around to posting any updates, so just to catch you up…. I was awarded a prize at the 93rd Annual San Antonio Art League Museum Show (April 2 – June 3, 2023)! I quickly squandered all my prize money celebrating with oldest son John and his BF in Austin on the way home. Shout out to…

Spring Gallery Night (and more!)

I’m a little late in posting this. I have a piece in “We Are Here,” a group exhibition of Texas based artists who depict the human form in their work, showing at Love Texas Art, located at 501 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76102. The show opens March 25 2023 and runs through April 23. Opening Reception (see you there!) from 6 – 9 PM…

The tale of a stretcher

This will probably be a long drawn out shaggy dog (because cats aren’t shaggy) story but bear with me. I was reorganizing my studio, trying to improve my storage situation. These days, a large painting for me is around 40 x 60 inches, the biggest size I can easily transport. When I was much younger, I worked ridiculously large – like 4 1/2 feet by…

Art Room Small Works Show, Friday Nov. 4, 2022

I love Small Works shows (and enter them whenever I can). The holiday season will usually see a number of them and it’s a great time to pick up some little – usually very affordable – pieces. If you’ve been following me on Facebook or Instagram, you’ve seen lots of my cat-related art. Now’s your chance to add one to your collection! I’ve got three…

Fall 2022 art happenings

I’m in a few more shows this fall – very exciting! Fort Worth Biennial 2022 at Arts Fort Worth The outbreak of Covid put the kibosh on the previous Biennial. Of the three pieces I entered for this year’s Fort Worth Biennial, I was especially happy the juror,  Lilia Kudili, chose “Programming Man.” It’s a big painting and has almost everyone of my favorite things…