I’ll be showing my Monhegan papercuttings at the Carry Out Cafe in Newburyport, MA in March. The Cafe was one of the first places I ever showed my artwork, and I’m excited to be back there. Please stop in if you are in the area.
There will be a reception with the artist on St. Patrick’s Day, Saturday, March 17, from 2-4.
I’m showing papercuttings, including a series of animals playing instruments, at the Roig Gallery in Hoboken, NJ. There’s a reception with the artist on Thursday, December 7th, 2017, from 6-9pm.
I have two openings this weekend, a solo show in Portland, ME at St. Lawrence Arts, and a group show in Cape Porpoise, ME.
Friday, December 2, 2-4pm. St. Lawrence Arts, 76 Congress St. on Munjoy Hill in Portland Maine. This show will be up through January.
Saturday, December 3, 4-8pm, 153 Main Street, Cape Porpoise, ME. Open studio featuring Monhegan artists, Cat Bates, Kila Bates, Kate Cheney Chappell, Susan Gilbert, Annie Burnett Hidell, Dylan Metrano, and Daphne Pulsifer.
20% of proceeds will be donated to Monhegan Museum.
I’m happy once again to be a part of Kittery, ME’s Craft Fix! Your favorite local makers will fill Buoy Gallery with handmade goods and gifts. Say hello and snag unique finds for your loved ones and maybe you, too.
This year’s lovely lineup: Megan Stelzer, Dan Blakeslee, Jess LeClair, Julia Mehrmann, Matt Serven, Lauren Dow, Dylan Metrano, Danica Carlson, Robin Ann Roaf, Joel Paul, Jennifer Richmond, Brie Cosman, Claire McHenry, Lori Dennis, Heidi Hamblett, Glenn DiLando, Jason Burleigh, Jess Glendinning, and Amy Jane Larkin.
My Monhegan porch gallery is now open for the summer!
Visiting hours are Tuesdays, 3-5 from now until Columbus Day (or by appointment).
Second house, off the second path off Horn Hill Road.
I’ll be at the Lupine Gallery on Monhegan Island, ME on Saturday, May 28th. They’ll be showing original artwork from “Every Day Birds”, and I’ll be on hand to sign books.
Prince / 2016 / 8″x10″
Here are some papercuttings and stencil art I made of Prince over the last few years. I’ve been a lifelong fan and wrote about it for The Sound newspaper, and you can read it here.