Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Curating Franke Tobey Jones Senior Art Show

Have been working on this show since August and
it has now taken wing.  First hung the show at
Franke Tobey Jones in October and now is hanging
in the Tacoma Art Museum.  Lots of compliments for
a very talents group of Washington State artists.
Reception is Thursday night - Tacoma's Third Thursday
Juror's panel will be featured at the reception.
This year's jurors are
Becky Frehse
Dane Gregory Meyer
Patsy Surh O Connell
A thank you to each for the diligent effort in choosing
the best of our 216 submissions.
Also a huge thank you to JJ Hudson who has been the
administrator for the show at FTJ and to Sarah Idstrom for
her far reaching vision in promoting senior artists this past 9 years.
This show could not have happened without their invaluable
contributions. 

Monday, February 9, 2015

Pacific Grove, CA The Language of Flowers

Aglow
Floral Still Life


"The Language of Flowers”
In celebration of Emily Dickinson
December 3, 2014 – Jan 4, 2015
Opening Reception:
Friday, December 5, 2014 5:30-7:30PM
Featuring harpist Eleanor Bennett-White

Featuring the Art of
Patti Bond, Anne Downs, Debra Ferreboeuf , Sylvia Gardner, Jerry Ginsburg, Yolanda Gurries,
Tim Kelly, Dayton Knipher, Briana Lyon, Stephanie Martin, Marie Massey, Barbara Mellin,
Marli Melton, Susan Mendelsohn, Tom Montan, Chester Ng, Erika Perloff, Claire Phillips,
Julia Seelos, Murray Wagnon, Julia Watson, Cindy Wilbur, Rowan Wolnick

Flowers have reigned for centuries as the messengers of love, gratitude, remembrance, and friendship. Emily Dickenson often meaningfully referred to flowers and plants in her poetry. Victorians commonly referenced flowers, trees, mosses and leaves to send nuanced messages. The Language of Flowers is an exhibition of two-dimensional artwork inspired by the writings and poetry of Emily Dickinson and the meanings with which we have invested flowers since ancient times.


Harbor History Museum - Peninsula Art League Juried Show

Silent Misty Morning                                              Dayton K Knipher, 2014




















"Silent Misty Morning" was juried into Peninsula Art League's 2014
annual show at the Harbor History Museum.

On exhibit
September 26 thru
November 16 2014