Studio 301

I was accepted into the very unique "Studio 301" exhibition at the Washington Pavilion this year. "Studio 301" invites 35 artists to set up temporary studios in the Visual Arts Center Everist Gallery and create a piece of artwork during an entire day. The event takes place on October 25th and the community is welcome to observe, communicate with the artists and enjoy the creative process unfolding. The event also includes a reception that is also open to the public from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

The 6th Biennial Governor's Exhibition

I recently recieved the news that my piece "White Clover" was selected to be a part of The 6th Biennial Governor's Exhibition. I am honored to have been selected for this show which travels around the state of South Dakota for two years. You can see the painting "White Clover" at Rug & Relic in Sioux Falls until the 12th of August. Then it will be traveling first to The South Dakota Art Museum on the SDSU campus in Brookings, then to The Dahl Arts Center in Rapid City,  The Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science in Sioux Falls, The John A. Day Gallery on the USD campus in Vermillion, and finishing up at the Dacotah Prairie Museum in Aberdeen.

The Washington Pavilion's 2nd Juried Art Show

I recently got news in the mail that I was accepted I to The Washington Pavilion's 2nd Juried Show here in Sioux Falls. Two years ago was their inaugural juried show and  I was accepted into it as well with my collage piece "Melancholy".

This year my oil painting piece "Every Time the Sign is Correct" was selected. This piece is part of my Rural Superstitions and Astrology series. I am honored to have been selected as part of this showcase of mostly regional artists. The show opens June 20th with a closing reception the day before the exhibition closes on October 5th.

I hope you get a chance to check out the show!