Exhibition Announcement + Sneak Preview

Group exhibition at the  Georgetown Art Center , opens June 1, 6-8PM

Group exhibition at the Georgetown Art Center, opens June 1, 6-8PM

I’m pleased to announce that this summer, I will be showing several large works at the “Nosotros” exhibit at the Georgetown Art Center in historic Georgetown, Texas! In addition to the opening on June 1, 2019, there will be a closing reception and Blessing of the Art on June 29, 2019. If you’re in the area or just driving through, I would love it if you would stop by and see my work and the work of 25+ artists in this show. In addition to the exhibition, there is a monthlong calendar of cultural events, food, art, and live music; see the poster below for a complete listing or visit Georgetown Art Center’s website for more information. Everyone is welcome to attend and all events are kid-friendly. I look forward to seeing you there!

ABOUT THE EXHIBIT: The 2019 Nosotros exhibit is a statewide juried art exhibit, organized by Georgetown Art Works. Nosotros’ means ‘us’ in Spanish. This exhibition will feature celebrations and reflections on the land and culture of South America, Central America, the Caribbean, Mexico and the American Southwest. Georgetown Art Works (Georgetown Art Center) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the arts in the City of Georgetown, Texas. The Nosotros exhibit and month of cultural events are made possible through a grant from the City of Georgetown Arts and Culture Board.

RSVP and stay informed on the Facebook Event Page: https://business.facebook.com/events/1164365583744047/

Events Poster 18%22 x 24%22 Nosotros.jpg

Springing Forward and a Quick Look Back

Opus (ceiling design) ink on Claybord, 1000mm x 1000mm original, approx 39"x39". (15ft diameter installed)

Before I spring forward into new things, I wanted to take a step back and highlight a project I just finished for P&O Cruises. For this particular ship, I created several large original pieces for the dining room, designed a 15ft diameter ceiling for the wine bar and also designed several large vertical wall panels to be placed throughout the ship. I like to fancy my work sailing the high seas! It was both an intellectually and physically challenging project and I am grateful for all I learned during the process of creating this body of work. The imagery was inspired by how light cascades across fallen leaves and the patterns created by drops of water. Once I obtain installation images, I will share them in social media.

In other news, I created a new public Instagram account where I feature available works daily. I'd love to connect with you there.

My website has been updated with new work for 2019. And, the online store is current in case you need to add something to your collection or next interior design project.

Thank you for your interest and support! I could not continue to do what I do without your help and words of encouragement and for that, I am very grateful.

Warm regards,


Study for Opus Ceiling Design, ink on Claybord, 12”x12”.

Wall Panel Design 1 & 2, ink on Claybord, 36"x12" original (2340mm x 790mm installed).

Rakuyou A1-A3 (triptych), 1000mm x 1000mm originals (approx 39"x118")

Shizuku, ink and acrylic on canvas, 1000mm x 2700mm original. (approx 39"x106")

Study for Shizuku, ink and acrylic on canvas, 12”x36” original.