Friday, July 19, 2019

Baton Rouge Gallery Office

Kelsey Livingston, Exhibition and Programming Coordinator at the Baton Rouge Gallery asked to hang my piece (Pink Pussy Hats) in her office. It looks great against the yellow wall. Thanks Kelsey!

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Monday, February 25, 2019

Ties That Bind Exhibition

Not One Woman: Just Tits and Ass
This fabric yo-yo mixed media piece is being exhibited throughout the month of March at Gallery One, Ellensberg, Washington. The show is titled, Ties That Bind, and is a national juried exhibition of art quilts. I am so excited to have been accepted. This is the first of my yo-yo pieces to be accepted into a juried competition.  Thank you Gallery One!!

Monday, October 1, 2018

Sunday Hat Ocean Coral

Sunday Hat Ocean Coral. Fabric yo-yos, fabric & thread wrapped wire, mounted on board. 4.5"x4.5"x4". $195.00

This tiny piece was created for entry into the 5x5x5 Exhibition at River Oaks Art Square in Alexandria, LA. 
It makes me think of the fabulous hats ladies wear to Sunday service and Ocean Coral.
It makes me smile.

Monday, September 24, 2018

In Memory of a Friend

Connie's Gown. 2018. Night gown, fabric yo-yos, on canvas panel. 10.5"x10.5"x2.5".

My dear friend, Connie, gave me this night gown over 25 years ago. 
I have worn it out. 
I will never receive another earthly gift from her, and so I honor her by creating a work of art with this lovely little gown she gave me. 
I wish you had chosen to remain with us - we miss you dearly.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

BTNEP - Helping to Sustain Louisiana Wetlands

Front cover of BTNEP's  CCMP 2j017
My good friend, Hannah Fulton, and I have been working on BTNEP's CCMP for the past 12 months.  It is now being reviewed. We are hoping to have it completed by April.

Friday, January 12, 2018


MOTHER'S BUTTONS. 10.5 x 10.5 x 2.5". Polyester fabric, various buttons. 2017
Here is my latest yo-yo piece.

While clearing our my mother's condo (she in now in assisted living), I came upon a small plastic bag of these buttons. They were all tints of yellow and ivory except for one small purple button. Her favorite color is green. This piece honors my mother for keeping her 7 children clothed and fed. Thank you Mabel.