In my December 2019 exhibition, Low Tide at Waterstone Gallery, I continue to investigate one’s connection to place and self in my abstract landscape paintings. Inspired by my personal and emotional connection to the turquoise blue coastline of Northern California, I revisit family history in an effort to understand the ebb and flow of memory, migration and the ocean’s tides. The exhibit runs from December 3 – 29.
This past weekend I was honored to support Sitka Center for Art and Ecology by participating in their annual art fundraiser extravaganza. I had the pleasure of teaching there several years ago as well as take a summer workshop – it is a magical place. Nestled in a cove, just south of Neskowin on the Oregon coast, classrooms open onto meadow views with the ocean surf just audible in the background. A truly inspiring place to make art!