• Harvest: A Feast For the Eyes

    In Fall of 2011, I organized and curated the first proper faculty/student art show at the University of Michigan Dearborn in the Alfred Berkowitz Gallery. This show featured current student work along side their faculty mentor including myself. The show ran from November to December. In addition to planning and curation, I also designed the signage for the event.

    Event Calendar Announcement

  • Work with Local Cub Scouts

    Summer of 2011, I worked with a local Cub Scout Den to complete the necessary requirements to receive their artists' badges. We spent to days working on both portraits and landscapes.

    Work with Local Cub Scouts

  • Open Printing Workshops @ UM Dearborn

    During the Winter of 2012, I started organizing open studio times for the students of UM Dearborn to come learn different printing techniques. In the Fall of 2011, we purchased a small press and are hoping to generate interest in printing by way of these workshops. They have been extremely successful and we have had great enthusiasm. We are looking for the Fall of 2013 for a new course in printing to be offered.

    Open Printing Workshops

  • New work at Georgetown College

    November 2009, my work was displayed at the Georgetown College Anne Wright Wilson Art Gallery in a show with my Husband David Lambert in a show called Missing the Point. It highlighted work from 2007 to 2009.

    Missing the Point

  • Yarn Tricks

    Abbi Israelsen and I took part in a group show called "Collected" at the Anton Art Center in Mt. Clements, MI. This is the first time we are showing work from this collaboration and we are very proud. The show will remain up until June 28th.

    Click Here to read about the show.