Personal Collage Site

October 12 2011
Will be throwing some old and new collage pieces onto a now-and-then personal collage blog I'm calling "Regular Paper."  Link at right.

New Themed Collage Site

October 12 2011
R.I.P., Scrapiteria, and welcome to a new themed glue-and-scissors collage site called Kollage Kit.  Many of the "old" Scrapeteria folks are contributing to this lovely new site, and there are fresh new faces, too.  Check it out (see my links at right).

Art of the Book

September 06 2011
In celebration of its 100th year, the Rochester Public Library in Rochester, NY, is presenting "The Art of the Book," a book arts exhibition celebrating Illustration, artists books and altered books. I am pleased that two recent book projects, Surrealism in America (an altered book) and Travels with the Geisha (an accordion-style artist book) will be included in the exhibition, on view October 23 - December 4, 2011. Thanks for including me RPL, and Happy Birthday!

Going to Portland...

August 20 2011
23 Sandy Gallery in Portland, OR is presenting an exhibition entitled "Uncommon Threads: The Handicrafts in Book Arts" on Septeber 23-October 29, 2011.  The exhibit highlights the use of traditional handicrafts (needlework, quilting, beading, etc.) in handcrafted books and other book and paper arts.  I am proud that one of my embroidered pages, "Red Rivers," will be included and am very much looking forward to seeing the exhibit.  It should be a good one!

Thanks!

July 07 2011
Many thanks to juror Sas Colby and the lovely folks at Sebastopol Center for the Arts for giving "Under Vesuvius" a Merit Award in the Bibliophoria II Art of the Book exhibit.  I'm honored!

Exhibition News

June 07 2011
"Under Vesuvius," an altered book project I finished earlier this year will be shown as part of a book arts national juried exhibition entitled BIBLIOPHORIA II, Art of the Book, from June 16, 2011 through July 23, 2011, at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts in Sebastopol, California.  Let's all go to Sebastopol!

Only Occasionally, People

January 25 2011
You should be visiting the Scrapiteria site, if you don't know it already.  A lovely group of talented and creative collagists on view there (check my links at right).