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Illustrating My Bring Up

This last year I illustrated my mom’s book “My Bring Up”, a memoir of her childhood growing up in the small town of Chelsea Vermont. Throughout the process my mom and I collaborated on the images I created. It was a whole new experience reading the stories and then having her describe her memories to me. The small details she remembers really brought the stories to life.

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About Me, Beech Leaves, Birch Trees, en plein air, Festivals, Galleries, Process, Solo Exhibition

Southern Vermont Arts Center

This winter I applied for one of the solo show spots in the Yester House at Southern Vermont Arts Center. I was so excited to hear that they wanted me to be one of their artists showing this season. Actually I was beyond excited, I may have jumped up and down a bit.

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About Me, Artist Couple, Beech Leaves, Birch Trees, en plein air, Galleries, Process, Solo Exhibition

Littles – Leaf Litter

In February I applied for an emerging artist exhibition at the Long River Gallery in White River Junction, VT. I had an idea to create what I call littles, 4″x4″ watercolor/pen & ink paintings mounted on wood panel. I wanted to create 72 of these pieces and hang them all together so they can be separate or make a larger piece. I wanted them to look as if they went together, but would stand on their own as well.

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About Me, Artist Couple, Beech Leaves, Birch Trees, en plein air, Festivals, Galleries, Process, Solo Exhibition

Vermont Institute of Natural Science

I am so excited to have my work showing at the Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) in Quechee, VT. I have always been an admirer of the work they do there. They are known for their rehabilitation of birds who have been injured, so that they can be released back into their natural habitat.  The birds that have injuries that prevent them from being released are cared for by loving employees.

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