This has been an exciting year, in which I have had the opportunity to start taking on larger projects. After two and a half years in my original location at Heron Crest Studios in Aston, PA, I have moved to a new workspace in West Chester, PA. I have been busy building and improving the new space, and working on several long-term stained glass restoration projects.
I have greatly limited my schedule of public art shows for this year, but a selection of my small work is available year-round at The Palette and the Page gallery in Elkton, MD.
I am pleased to have had my work selected for the American Glass Guild's annual juried show, American Glass Now, for 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. The exhibition is concurrent with the guild's annual conference, and has also been displayed in the National Cathedral in Washington, DC each year starting in 2015.
My piece "Atomic Alchemy" was shown at the Stained Glass Association of America's annual conference in June 2015, and appears in the Summer 2015 issue of the Stained Glass quarterly
I designed a stained glass window for the Hudson Valley Seed Library's 2015 collection of Art Packs. Each year, the seed library commissions work from a diverse group of artists to adorn its packaging, and holds an accompanying exhibit entitled Art of the Heirloom. Read more about the exhibit, and my piece, Tricolor Bean Blend, in this New York Times article from November 19, 2014. Seeds with my package design are available here.