Portraits • Headshots • Plymouth, New Hampshire

“Life’s Work: Occupations & Identity”

Exhibit at Kimball Jenkins School of Art Do you miss art exhibits? Come see this one at Kimball Jenkins School of Art in September. It’s in the beautiful, historic Carriage House. The reception will be inside and outside on the pretty grounds. The big doors will be open for easy social distancing.  This is a project

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Protest Portraits Exhibit Updates

It is not enough to simply declare oneself not a racist. I believe each of us has to actively do something to reverse the course of racism in this country. It will be different for each of us. I decided to support the Black Lives Matter movement with this traveling outdoor art exhibit. In mid-June,

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First Place in Juried National Exhibit

I’m pleased to announce that my portrait called “Protest Portrait #1: Trysten” has won first place in the Hopkinton Center for the Arts’ juried national exhibit called “About What’s Going On.” Two Protest Portraits were chosen for the exhibit. It includes work from 45 artists around the U.S. that speaks to the experience of the pandemic,

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“About What’s Going On”

Hopkinton Center for the Arts Online Juried Exhibit I’m pleased to have two portraits from my Protest Portraits series included in a virtual show called About What’s Going On, at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts, Hopkinton, MA. The artworks and writings of artists from all over the US have been selected for this exhibit, which

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Protest Portraits Art Installation

Protest Portraits, a large-scale art installation, will be on exhibit on the Plymouth, New Hampshire town common from August 1-9, 2020. The public is cordially invited to an opening reception on Sunday, August 2, from 4:00 – 6:00 pm. We respectfully ask that people wear masks and maintain social distancing.  There will be live jazz music by

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