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Forest for the Trees: 17 Years in the Making, Revealed and Explained!

Phew! Here's the piece that I've been quietly working on for what feels like forever:) It's on display now at Make.Shift Gallery in Bellingham, WA through the end of the month, so even if you missed the opening you can still catch the show.

So, what the heck is this thing? Here's my official statement:

"Because the question for me was always whether the shape we see in our lives was there from the beginning or whether these random events are only called a pattern after the fact...do you believe in fate?" 


Regeneration: Making sense of it all

 

I am thrilled to announce an upcoming group show that I'm participating in. This is really exciting for me because a) this will be my first gallery opening in 7(!?) years and the work I'll be showing is a piece that has taken over a decade and a half to complete! Here's what Make.Shift has to say about the show:

Do you ever feel like you want to tear it all down and start over? This July at Make.Shift Gallery, five Bellingham-based...


Artist Interview with Julia Bethmann

Hey there, I hope your year is off to a great start! I'm excited to share today's artist interview with my friend, Julia Bethmann. Julia is a super prolific, multi-talented go-getter whose artistic style ranges from whimsical to ethereal. As a special bonus, Julia has included a couple of her fun video tutorials on monoprinting and bookbinding! Enjoy:

Where in the world are you located? What is it like being an artist there?

I am located in Merrimac, Massachusetts which is in the Northeast part of the state very close to New Hampshire and...


The Art of Improv with Jessica Molnar

 

I've been posting artist interviews for a while now and was overjoyed when fellow artist, Jen Broemel, turned the tables on me. It was such a lovely, luxurious experience to dive deep into the whys and wherefores of my creative process, ruminate on some of the epic life adventures that have shaped me and my work and share some new work in progress.This interview was originally published on Jen's website on Jan. 6, 2019 as a part of her...


Artist Interview with Jen Broemel

Today's artist interview is with Textile Artist Jen Broemel, whose works combine meticulous craftsmanship with a free-spirited, intuitive process. I loved learning about Jen's creative journey and I think you will, too! Enjoy:

Where in the world are you located?  What is it like being an artist there?

I live in the U.S., Indianapolis, Indiana.  I love being an artist here.  Indianapolis has a great arts community that has been very welcoming to me.  I am self-taught so I am figuring it out day by day and am just getting the...