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Current + Future Events 

Represented by Museo Gallery, Whidbey Island, WA.

Mythical Birds and Other Imagined Realities - a two person exhibition with painter Lisa Brinkman at Multnomah Art Center Gallery, Portland OR May 10- June 15, 2024. Opening Reception Saturday, May 16th 1-3pm.  There will be a free public talk at 11am on Saturday, June 15th with myself and Lisa Brinkman. 

Five of my mobiles from the Lure collection will be included in Art at Work | Sanitation & Social Practice, All Street Gallery, 119 Hester Street, New York City. May 4 - 30, 2024- Reception: Saturday, May 4, 6 - 9 pm

One of my pieces will be in a show titled Improving Nature: Engineered Wood in Art & Design at the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art in Laurel, Mississippi. This was a collaborative piece I made with the late, great, Liam Flynn during our 2016 residency at the Museum for Art in Wood. The exhibition was inspired by the 100th anniversary of the invention of Masonite in Laurel in 1924, and runs from May 21 through August 4, 2024.

Five NE Portland artists who also keep beautiful gardens and live in the same part of town have created an annual event called Art in the Garden. It will take place on July 13 + 14 from 11am-4pm. Join me, Kamala Dolphin-Kingsley, Thomas Hughes, Patrick Gracewood and David Friedman as we open our studios to the public.

One of my large abstract sculptures titled "Tree, Tree, Tree" will be included in the virtual portion of the Wharton Esherick Museum’s 30th annual juried exhibition Rhythms. June 13 - September 8th, 2024.  

American Craft Council Pop-up Marketplace September 10-23, 2024 (opens September 9 for all ACC Members)

I will have three pieces included in the 30th annual Sitka Art Invitational that benefits the beloved Sitka Center for Art and Ecology. October 18-20, 2024 at Oregon Contemporary, Portland, OR.

Curio, Gallery at the Reser Center for Performing Arts, Beaverton OR. November 1-December 23, 2024. First Friday Artist Receptions: November 1 & December 6, 2024



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