I am delighted to be featured in the Summer issue of PublicDisplay.ART ~ Seattle’s only community-supported, arts-focused publication. What an honor to be in the company of so many artists I admire. And it’s the first time my art & story has been featured in print media!
If you’re in Seattle, you can find the magazine at 600+ local retailers, restaurants, cafes, galleries, bars and libraries around town. Or if you prefer, you can view the issue online here (I’m on pg 26-27).
PublicDisplay.ART is published by OneReel, the same organization that produces NW Folklife and Bumbershoot (among many other cultural events/projects year round).
I am so excited to announce the launch of my SHOP where you can now purchase my art as fine art prints, cards, face masks, notebooks, throw pillows, and more! I’ve been selling through FineArtAmerica for the past 4 years, and am delighted that I can finally integrate my shop into this site.
I’m especially excited about the masks, which is a new addition to their product line, and strikes me as a Win-Win-Win-Win! You get to:
- Wear original art that makes your soul sing.
- Support a living, Black artist.
- Protect yourself.
- Protect others.
I will always have 25 pieces on my site. But I will periodically update the available artwork to keep the selection fresh and current. As I rotate in new pieces, I will be retiring older works.
Here is a small sampling of the masks currently available for purchase:
To check out the full range of available prints and products, please head over to my SHOP page.
And if you’re interested in purchasing (or inquiring about) original paintings, please visit my PAINTINGS page.
Thank you kindly!
Just got a call from the Rainier Chamber of Commerce asking if they could feature my artwork on the cover of their annual guide & map for the region. 🙂 For years, the Chamber has selected a work by a local artist to showcase on their cover. They reached out to me because they saw a particular piece that caught their eye.
Look forward to seeing this Water Lily on guide books around town…