Friday, March 24, 2017

Monday, March 6, 2017

Designing Women Portfolio


When the stars align! A refined reprint of my "Pick Up Line Valentine" pictured here in a custom lightbox! My contribution to the "Designing Women Portfolio" Curated and co-ordinated by Margo Ecke. This portfolio will be on view at Southern Graphics Council Conference in Atlanta this year. One portfolio will go into the Smokey Road Press archive, and three portfolios will become part of artist book collections of The New York Public Library, The National Museum of Women in the Arts, and Wellesley College.

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My print will also be available on my etsy shop 

Portfolio Participants:
Kate Bingaman-Burt
Talia Bromstad
Mary Bruno
Christina Casnellie 
Elizabeth Bee Coats
Taryn Cowart
Keetra Dixon
Margot Ecke
Maureen Forys
Megan Fowler
Bess Gaby
Melissa Harshman
Rebecca Henderson
Kathryn Hunter
Corey Jameson
Mariko Jesse
Lauri Johnston
Lily Smith Kirkley
Rebecca Kreisler
Missy Kulic
Nicole Lavelle
Jun Lee
Jack Michael
Katherine Miller
Maren Munoz
Yoonmi Nam
Leslie Noell*
Sara Parker
Sage Perrott
Rhonda Ratray
Lisa Beth Robinson
Jenny Schmid
May Sorum
Kseniya Thomas
Eileen Wallace

Monday, December 26, 2016


This is my contribution to the publication Accordion put together by Maggie Jensen. The theme for this one is Gatekeeper. Keep your peepers peeled spring 2017!

Friday, December 16, 2016

Give a sh*t!...even if you don't.

A little poo emoji ...with a cherry on top or a piece of corn! 💩💩💕IMO this is the perfect keepsake for 2016 wire hanger on back...could be an ornament or a "charm." Now available from my etsy shop or message me directly.

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Greetings from KRAMPUS!

         More ornaments available for your taunting pleasure! Visit my ETSY shop:

Friday, October 21, 2016

Death by 1,000 papercuts

                           A new series of papercuts based on excusite corpses.


MASKED, a show celebrating masks and works that explore disguises. Halloween provides a perfect opportunity to think about masks. According to folklore, trick-or-treaters veiled their identity to protect themselves from supernatural beings and souls the may have been roaming the earth during that liminal period. For the wearer, the mask creates both a new identity and conceals the wearer's’ individual identity. Come and enjoy this collection of shifting personas, from delightful to wicked! Featuring the works of Jill Van Orden, Matthew Marks, Ron Van Orden, Madalyn Olson, Julia Humphhreys, Eve Pearce, Maggie Pesce, E.Bay and Rhonda Ratray.

Some pieces are on loan from private collections, others are for sale.

October 23, 2-4pm  at the North Bennington Train Depot. Showing till Nov.5