Join me in October for a fun deep dive into the diverse world of Collage and Assemblage. This class runs four Sundays starting 10/15/2023. Please click on the link and register through the Farnsworth.
On June 21, 2023 ( the Summer Solstice ) several other artists and I traveled out to Allen Island for a lovely day of painting. The final outcomes will be auctioned off in August to benefit Herring Gut Science Center. You can see and bid on the results by clicking the following link: https://herringgut.org
Join the fabulous folks who handle my work at Casco Bay Artisans in Portland, Maine on Friday July 21, 2023 from 5 to 8pm for a summer celebration! Come meet the artists, see some great work and make some new friends.
Please join me, as well as a number of other Lincoln Street Center artists for an open studio on Saturday August 13, 2022 from 11am to 5pm. I will have a number of different bodies of work for you to look at, including some older political and social justice prints, some collage, and for those of you who always ask if I have smaller paintings there will be some of those to view too. I'll also have some Red Thread paintings out for folks to see who couldn't make it to the recent 3 Women In The Abstract show. Looking forward to seeing you there. Cheers!
Contemporary visual artists Wendy Clayton, Erika Manning and Marli Tibodeau show recent paintings at Cushing Historical Society’s Arts In The Barn, 17 Hawthorne Point Road, Cushing, ME July 15, 16 and 17, 2022.
Clayton has a life long interest in color and visual expression and has studied at Mass Art, Portland College of Art and the Paris American Academy in France. She is a Feng Shui practitioner whose work is steeped in past experience in graphic arts, design and the fashion industry.
Manning’s work explores concepts of balance, empty space vs. overcrowding, mapping and charting as well as individual and collective history. She sees the process of creating as a spiritual practice and enjoys using a rich, saturated color pallet to celebrate the unlimited capacity of the spirit.
Thibodeau explores how movement reveals our inner state, a reflection of the interior world in both painting and dance. She has discovered through un-choreographed visual and movement art that we can deepen and enrich the experience we have of ourselves and each other. Using non-objective language she creates rich visual movements of color on the canvas.
There will be a public reception at Arts In The Barn on Friday July 15, from 4 until 7pm with all the artists in attendance. The show will then be open Saturday July 16, 10 - 5pm with Clayton in attendance, and on Sunday July 17, 10 - 5pm with Manning sitting the gallery.
Thank you to the folks at KCAS for choosing me to be January 2021 Artist of the Month! Read on for some pearls of wisdon regarding my current artistic process, as well as some fun facts from the past.
In this interview, I talk a bit about my process and we look at some of the work that will be featured at Casco Bay Artisans in Portland, ME this summer. The interview is about 20 minutes long. Enjoy!