I will be a part of two upcoming exhibits. 
The Northport Art Association will be hosting a photography show starting September 4. This exhibit will be online so you can view my work from the convenience of your home. 
The second exhibit will be at the Crooked Tree Arts Center in Traverse City. Exhibit Dates are September 28 – November 13, on site at the Traverse City Gallery. This is their "One, Together" exhibit featuring collaborative works — pieces where artists find new inspiration and explore new possibilities by interacting with each other. I'm especially excited about this show because it is more natural for me to "fly solo." I need the push to work collaboratively. I will have two pieces in the show. About one year ago I met a wonderful musician named Paul Erhard who is a professor of music at the University of Colorado, Boulder. His instrument of choice is the double bass violin. He has composed a beautiful piece based on my work, "Cathedral." A five foot tall version of my artwork along with a video and sound system will be on site so you can listen and see Cathedral as one artwork. My second piece will be artwork based on a sonnet by noted poet Danielle deJonge. "Sonnet for the Reversal of the Seasons" is a wonderful piece that takes a slice out of the poet's life and conjures thoughts about time and transitions — a real challenge to represent visually. Visit the gallery at 322 6th Street the end of September and let me know how successful my attempt was. 
My artwork titled "Islands" was accepted into the 2020 Michigan Fine Arts Competition (39th such exhibit) at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center. Because of the Covid Virus issues the exhibit will be a virtual exhibit where you will be able to view the show online. Here is the link for the virtual exhibit. BUT if you would like to see this piece framed and hanging in a gallery you can see it a Synchronicity Gallery in Glen Arbor. 
Coming in January of 2021 (January 6 – April 6, 2021)— Exhibit at the Leep Art Gallery at the Postma Center
New Gallery Representation — Synchronicity Gallery in Glen Arbor is now representing my work.
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