Grass is Growing

It’s SPRINGTIME and the 
Grass is Growing
(especially in my studio)

Work continues on
The Sentinel
Come check it out


is showcasing a very special exhibit in partnership with 
local artists and 
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento.

Seven local artists have created art on recycled doors in the theme of 

“What Home Means to Me”,

Artists include:
David Asch, Macee Burns, Sheldon Carpenter, Sondra Hersh,  Kate Riley, Jennifer Tachera, and Kerri Warner

Come to the Opening Reception
Second Saturday

April 8     6-9pm.

Work will be at ARTHOUSE 
until April 28

Then the doors will be moved to the Railyards 
where they will be auctioned off at the 
“Hard Hats and High Heels Gala” to benefit Habitat for Humanity.

My studio is part of ARTHOUSE
It includes a gallery and 20 other artists.

Located on the second floor of  “The Fuller Building”

1021 R Street, 2nd Floor     Sacramento CA


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2 thoughts on “Grass is Growing

  1. I am a fan of your work. I would be very interested in any shows or workshops you participate in and would be more than happy to travel. I am a fiber artist very early in my journey. Please let me know if or when you offer any books, videos or shows.

    • Thanks for your kind words. I don’t typically do workshops, preferring to just stay in my studio and work. :)) But I do have a cojple of videos that are on my website under “Press”. I suggest watching the California Ricelands video. It was made by the California Rice Commission and documents most parts of my process. Cheers!!

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