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Hope to see you there! FYI there is plenty of parking and the gallery is wheelchair accessible.

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… prepping prints for a new group show. More details soon!

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What a pleasure to have had my work on view at the honeyjones gallery in Cambridge as part of the Meditations on Climate Crisis: Inspiring Change 2022 Exhibit curated by Adriana G. Prat. Closing reception is this Sunday November 27 2-4 pm. Nibblies and beverages will be available. Hope to see you there, and meanwhile take a look at all of the other activities taking place at this amazing gallery.

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If you haven’t had a chance to view the group exhibit Meditations on Climate Crisis at the honeyjones gallery in Cambridge, MA you still have time. It is a beautifully curated show featuring the works of very talented and passionate artists.

The gallery is an airy yet intimate space and located in a very artsy neighborhood of Cambridge near little antique shops and eateries. One could very well make a nice afternoon of it with friends and family visiting the exhibit and then exploring the neighborhood in its autumn glory.

Closing reception is Sunday November 27th 2-4pm. Hope to see you there!

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I’m proud to share my photography as part of the upcoming group exhibit Meditations on Climate Crisis: Inspiring Change 2022, curated by Adriana G. Prat. The exhibit will be on view at the honeyjones gallery in Cambridge. Opening reception is this Friday October 21st from 6:00-8:30. Hope to see you there! More information below.

Meditations on Climate Crisis: Inspiring Change 2022

The i3C Group Exhibition 

Curated by Adriana G. Prat 

OPENING RECEPTION 

Friday, October 21st from 6:00 – 8:30pm 

honeyjones gallery 

270A Concord Ave. 

Cambridge, MA 02138 

Exhibition is on view October 21 – November 27, 2022

Website presence will be live October 21.

The current iteration of this dynamic grouping represents artists from the Northeast US, Canada, and Alaska, all of whom are sharing their individual and concerted efforts to affect positive change for our global climate crisis. This showing promises to be very provocative and inspiring; a must-see in person.  

Artists include: 

Krisanne Baker, Steve Bennett, Sarah Meyers Brent, Cedric Harper, Martha Heller, Muriel Horvath, Maria Celeste Linardi, C.J. Lori,

Michael Manning, Rebecca McGee Tuck, Shelby Meyerhoff,

Michaela Morse, Carol Moses, Michaela Nielsen, Jeffrey Nowlin,

Paula Pitman Brown, Steven Rudin, Luna Sconty, Yulia Shtern, Cynthia Staples, and Adriana G. Prat. 

More about the i3C group can be found here: 

https://www.i3cartists.com/

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What an honor to be part of the group exhibit, Inspiring Change for the Climate Crisis, on view at the UVA Gallery at the Arthaus in Allston. The successful show will close this Friday with a vegan ice cream social. Regular ice cream and other treats will be available as well. Open to the public. RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vegan-ice-cream-social-closing-of-inspiring-change-for-the-climate-crisis-registration-416660271087

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I’m honored to be participating in the upcoming exhibit, Inspiring Change for the Climate Crisis, curated by Adriana G. Prat, at the Arthaus Art Gallery in Allston. For those of you local to the area, opening reception will be July 28, 6:30-8:30, with wine, refreshments and live music. Hope to see you there!

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entering my home office area

Let’s see …

Designing — Working with creative colleagues at Trinity Church to “think outside the box” during these days when buildings are currently closed for tourism and developing new ways, indeed even fun ways, to share the beauty of an historic landmark. In addition to sharing stories of people and place, we’re putting together an online shop via Redbubble to highlight imagery and designs inspired by the art and architecture. Check out the shop via this link.

Researching — Completing contractual assignments to research and write biographies about African American men and women from the late 18th to early 20th Centuries (my favorite periods to research) whose stories have been forgotten or overshadowed over time. That means I need to velcro my bottom to the chair instead of continually wandering about the little garden. I’ll just have to make the garden my lunch break spot!

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a nook in my office area

Curating — Thanks to the energy of some fellow creatives, commencing conversations with them to possibly curate an art show in February 2021 featuring artists of color. It has been a pleasure to be involved with these folks and this event in past years so I am hopeful for the future. Stay tuned for updates.

Submitting photography — Get back into the groove of submitting photography and not just posting on Instagram (which is so much fun!). I’ve put together my first submission calendar in ages.

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And then there’s writing, I mean personal writing and with writing will come grieving which is a healthy thing. I feel a renewed yearning to tell stories of the past and those stories involve family no longer here. I want to tell stories of the present and some of those stories involve angst because of my husband’s health and chronic uncertainty about the future. But I also feel compelled to write about hope. I think it’s talking to my young nephew and other young friends.

So that’s what I’m working on … or at least my endeavor … as summer starts to ease into autumn.

Hope you continue to join me on this journey of words and images! 🙂

 

 

 

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I keep having an interesting conversation with a fellow in my life. He’s about the destination and I’m all about the journey. I race to destinations but when I journey I never know what I’ll discover like chancing upon this beautiful fungus with its lovely blue hue on a tree in the Middlesex Fells Reservation.  Because I am such a creative namer when it comes to labeling prints, I simply called the image “Blue.” A framed print has been selected by Metro Housing Boston, a nonprofit providing innovative and personalized services that lead families and individuals to housing stability, economic security, and an improved quality of life. This donation was made possible by The Art Connection, a wonderful institution connecting artists with nonprofits, and providing access to original works of visual art to underserved communities.

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I’ve been proud to donate works through this organization for several years. You can learn more about Metro Housing Boston and The Art Connection via the links below.

The Art Connection

Metro Housing Boston

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photo by patricia cobb

I feel I honored the memories of the children like Willis Cofer. 🙂

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I have received many encouraging words about the installation. For me it was a truly collaborative process where people around me helped bring to life the picture in my head. I am thankful. We’ll see what the future holds in terms of future installations. Meanwhile, I do hope if you’re in the area you have a chance to walk beneath these branches.

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