(An installation of cut paper, color, and light)
As of August
18, 2016, Jeweled Traditions will hang at Arlington Central
for an open-ended period of time!
1015 N. Quincy St.
Arlington, VA 22201
Drawing inspiration from summer's Art Trekkers class
at Arlington Arts Center,
Jeweled Traditions has been made possible through an
Arlington Spotlight Grant.
The papercut and Plexi installation debuted at AAC
and continued, reconfigured, to Arlington Central Library.
is supported in part by Arlington County through the
Arlington Cultural Affairs division of Arlington Economic
and the Arlington
Commission for the Arts.
Coming in October...
This year, I have invited my neighbors and colleagues to
join for the first annual
Greater Westover Studio Tour! Check back in October to
see a map of the participants.
As always, my open studio will feature examples of my work
from the past 6 years, including brand new and in-progress
pieces. Artwork at a wide range of price points will be for sale,
and 20% of sales will be donated to
Arlington Food Assistant Center.
The open house will be in my home/studio,
less than a block east of the Historic Westover Village shops.
5826 Washington Blvd
Arlington, VA 22205
October 30, 2016
11:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.
"May Days" spends a year at the
National Museum of the Guild of American Papercutters,
alongside other cut paper work celebrating
Late April 2016 - Early April 2017
Phillip Dressler Center for the Arts
214 South Harrison Avenue