Utne Reader

October 16 2012
Three collages (Celestial Navigation, Chair Series (Facing Forward), and The Lepidopterist) have found their way into the current issue of Utne Reader (Nov/Dec 2012). They were selected to illustrate a fascinating piece called "The Heretic" by Tim Doody, about an LSD researcher for whom the possibility of mind-blowing, life-altering transformation was just too tempting.  I'm headed out to buy 87 copies for all my friends and family. Thanks, Utne, I'm really thrilled to appear in your pages!

2012 Art of the Book

October 16 2012
Three books are winging their way toward Rochester, NY, to appear in the Rochester Public Library's 2012 Art of the Book Show.  One book (Please Don't Look) has received 2nd Place in the Altered Book category, and another (16 Ways of Looking) received an Honorable Mention in the Artist Book Category. The show opens on October 21, and run through December 9, 2012.  Rochester, thank you!

Avian Dictionary Finds a Home

September 01 2012
"Avian Dictionary," an artist book featuring collaged chicken eggs which was on exhibit at the San Diego Book Arts Fourth National
Juried Exhibition, has been purchased by the University of  California San Diego, and will be making its new home in the UCSD permanent collection. How lovely!

Strange Glue in Massachusetts

August 15 2012
Thompson Gallery at the Cambridge School of Weston in Weston, MA, is commemorating 100 years of collage with a 3-part exhibition entitled "Strange Glue/Collage at 100."  Very pleased that one of my paper collages (The Bridegroom) has been selected to appear in this wonderful exhibit.  Thanks for including me, Thompson!

1000 Artists' Books

May 14 2012
Very pleased that two of my accordion books, Travels With the Geisha and La Cite des Animaux, have been included in a new book called "1000 Artists’ Books: Exploring the Book as Art" by Sandra Salamony, with consulting editors and co-curators Peter and Donna Thomas.  The book is scheduled for release in June 2012.  I'm thrilled to be included!


May 01 2012
The Kalamazoo Book Arts Center (KBAC) presents its fourth annual non-juried exhibition honoring books using the accordion format (a favorite of mine).  The Illustrated Accordion, will be showing in the KBAC Gallery from May 4 until May 25, and the first accordion-style book I ever made, La Cite des Animaux will be on view as part of that exhibit. Best of luck KBAC.


April 20 2012
Very pleased to have "Norwegian Brain Farmers" included in the 2012 CARDED! show in Vancouver, BC. Since 2009, the creators of Hot One Inch Action have presented an annual one-night only show of art on trading cards, and their 4th annual show occurs tomorrow night (April 21, 2012) at Gallery Gachet in Vancouver. Folks will celebrate, compare and trade cards and a fabulous time will be had by all.  I'm happy to be a part of it, CARDED!

The Chickens Go To San Diego

April 02 2012
San Diego Book Arts Fourth National Juried Exhibition has accepted the Avian Dictionary for exhibition at Geisel Library (University of California), May 26 - July 8, 2012.  I'm delighted to be participating and am hoping my wordy chicken eggs will be able to make the journey intact.  Thanks for including me, SDBA!

Flow Art Space

February 27 2012
A mixed media piece, "Eye Globe," will be on exhibit April 18 through May 5 at Flow Art Space in Minneapolis as part of their Our Earth Show...thanks for including me, Flow!

There is a place...

November 02 2011
in Philadelphia called The Athenaeum, a special library and museum founded in 1814 and housed in a historic brownstone building. An exhibit entitled "The Decorated Book: Continuing a Tradition" will be showing there December 2, 2011 through March 9, 2012.  The exhibit will include one-of-a-kind, artist books, book objects, altered books and zines, each of which has been inspired by one of several decorated books from the library's collections.  I am honored that "Please Don't Look" (an altered book project I completed recently) will be included in this exhibition.  Thank you, Athenaeum and juror Dr. J. Susan Isaacs.