September 16, 2009
I'm honored to have the opportunity to be part of the Sculpture Walk at Old Frog Pond Farm in Harvard, Massachusetts this autumn. Artist Linda Hoffman is a farmer of organic apples and raspberries. During the "pick-your-own" season, Linda has curated and displayed art around her beautiful land. For "Honey Locust Veils" I collected and strung honey locust pods, mixed with strips of fabric that I printed with the honey locust leaves. I tied them onto pussywillow branches, then attached those to the branches of two oak trees at Old Frog Pond Farm.
My two-person show with artist Amy Ragus is now open at the gallery at Moose Hill Audubon Sanctuary in Sharon, Massachusetts. Curator Jan Goba did a magnificent job exhibiting my Empty Nests and Great Blue pieces with Amy's plein air paintings. Plus the added attraction of several "real" nests from my collection, and a few birds from the Audubon collection! The gallery is open daily from 10-4. Safe Havens is displayed now until November 2, 2009. http://www.massaudubon.org