Caribou Ranch Open Space


Morning Light | Watercolor

In August, 2014, I was an artist-in-residence at the Boulder County Caribou Ranch Open Space. I spent a wonderful week living in an apartment in the red barn on the property. I sketched and painted, hiked on the property, and painted with friends. I also listened to the wind, the rain, the owls, and coyotes and saw moose, elk, many, many ground squirrels, and beautiful wildflowers. It was a magical, special time. During my week residency, I worked on a sketchbook and six months later completed two paintings based on my experiences. Morning Light is now exhibited at the open space headquarters and is part of their permanent collection.

To view a slideshow of my sketchbook, go to Caribou Ranch Sketchbook.


Virginian Western Community College

In November 2003, I was invited to be the artist-in-residence at the Virginia Western Community College in Roanoke, VA. I exhibited both artists’ books and watercolor paintings in their gallery and taught several book arts workshops.

To view my artist’s books, please link to Artist’s Books.

Altar, clay, leather, wood, bone, wax

Altar | Clay, leather, wood, bone, wax

VA Western CC Exhibit

VA Western CC Exhibit | Under the Skin

VA Western CC Exhibit

VA Western CC Exhibit | Thin Veils, Passages, Catena