News & Events

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    Owl's Perspective
    December 26, 2018
    This artwork was selected to be built in a suburb of Minneapolis, 2019. It will be 7 ft tall by 7 ft wide by 7 ft. deep, made of willow and steel. This drawing depicts the front view. More details later as it is officially announced.
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    REFINED Biennial Competition & Exhibition 2018 The Cole Art Center is located in downtown Nacogdoches, TX.
    10/26/18 - 12/30/18
    Tower/Stem, Green -- 50" x 12" x 12” was juried into this biennial show in Nacogdoches, TX.
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    Wire Sculpture Workshop
    October 2018
    Enjoyed teaching two half-day workshops to talented high school students from the North Metro public schools at Minnetonka Center for the Arts.
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    Holiday Sale at CAFAC
    December 15, 2018
    I rent a studio in Chicago Avenue Fire Arts Center. We will be holding our annual holiday sale featuring over 30 artists in different media to benefit our scholarship fund.
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    Artistry Summer Camp
    Summer 2018
    I taught various summer camps including beginning sewing at Artistry, housed in the Bloomington Center for the Arts. Here's an example of a felt fox we made during the week-long half day camp.
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    Fanflare
    May, 2018
    Created by Gail Katz-James and Jenny Hale. “The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.” C.G. Jung.
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    Public Event- Owl's Perspective
    May 18,2019
    Feather-making with members of the public out of willow and upcycled telephone wire, held at MN Valley National Wildlife Refuge, Bloomington, MN.
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    Welding the Owl
    May 13, 2019
    Site-specific construction of the steel armature for the Owl. Quarter inch steel rod is bent and welded in place to form the overall structure.
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    Owl's Perspective before feathers are added.
    May 17, 2019
    This image shows the Owl, created with Sue Hartley, before public event to create and attach feathers.