First show of the year! Turbulence was just selected for the Spring! Lush! exhibit at San Francisco Women Artists Gallery, running March 5 - April 5, 2024.
Opening reception Saturday, March 9, from 2:00 - 4:00 pm.
647 Irving Street
San Francisco, CA 94122
I was thrilled to have four works from my Broadway Tunnel series featured in the annual tiny show at STUDIO Gallery! And even more thrilled when three of them SOLD!
These photosounds were shot entirely inside San Francisco's Broadway Tunnel in October of 2021 and feature Broadway show tunes.
"All that jazz" (pictured)
In July, I made my debut in the Artist Salon at the San Francisco Women Artists Gallery.
Scenes from The Cable Cars mashes up images shot on the iconic San Francisco cable cars with songs from The Cars (who else?).
So excited! I made my first gallery sale, and the first sale of the exhibit! "Wheel in the sky" is one of my favorites from my Expedition Quarantine in Emeryville (April 2020).
Looting Emeryville / I'm Alive
Really honored and thrilled to be featured alongside some super talented, passionate, and brilliant artists in Local Love from Musepop. Local Love was an online exhibit which supported and showcased San Francisco Bay Area artists and groups during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Visit musepop.io/LocalLove to see weekly exhibits. My photosounds series from Sutro Baths was featured the week of April 6.
"Where's the love" (pictured)
"Everything comes back full circle" was featured in Emery Arts, the 2018 Emeryville Art Exhibition.
In Summer of 2009, I held my first solo exhibit in Los Angeles. Every shot in "Treehugging" was all natural - Fujicolor film, no flash or other artificial lighting, no filters, and no photoshopping or digital enhancements. Click on any thumbnail to start the slideshow.
Trees inspire me. They have strong, deep and wide roots. They are always grounded, but they are always growing. Trees never stop reaching for new heights. And they are resilient - a storm may come along once in a while and knock off some or all of their leaves, but the enduring tree blossoms again in the Spring.