"Art is a social form, a thing made by me that is meant for you. Artists sit or stand alone in a room for many hours a day and don't see or talk to anyone. This is how most of my time is spent. But there are always others in the artist's head, worlds of others. The need to make is not solitary: 'I've made something, and it's for you, and now it's a part of our world.'"
- Author and art critic Siri Hustvedt, as interviewed by Jarrett Earnest, What it Means to Write About Art: Interviews with Art Critics, 2018, p. 241.
September Two-Part Show
Colored Pencil Wildflowers, colored pencil on paper, various dimensions, 2022
Coming in September: an exhibition in two parts. Woodlands features paintings, and Forest Floor, works on paper. I'm eager to share with you these two bodies of artwork, these two ways of experiencing the woods. Details below - hope to see you soon!
Woodlands | Forest Floor An Exhibition in Two Parts
September 10–September 30, 2022
Woodlands | oil paintings
303 North Franklin St., Port Washington, WI 53074 Opening Reception: Saturday, September 10, 6–7:30pm
Forest Floor | works on paper
832 S 5th St., Milwuakee, WI 53204 Artist's Reception: Saturday, September 24, 2–5pm