Saturday, November 27, 2010

Eugene Weekly

Thanks for sending the photo Laura!

Monday, November 15, 2010

Please support the IPRC through the Give!Guide

Hey everybody! It's Give!Guide season and the IPRC could really use
your support. I have been volunteering at this magical Independent
Publishing Resource Center
for years and it is a rare and beautiful
non-profit that is largely fueled by volunteers, donations, and the
support of its members. Anything you can give would be a tremendous
help to us, but if you give $50 or more you will also get a year long
membership to the IPRC plus fancy incentives from the Give!Guide like Stumptown Coffee.

To find out more about the IPRC visit the site: 

and to offer your support to the IPRC please visit:
(IPRC is listed under 'Arts')

Saturday, November 13, 2010

I'm an Auntie!!

Welcome Maeve!!
Congratulations to dear friends Warren & Anna!

Thursday, November 11, 2010


Here's what I made for the NBA show.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

American Motorcyclist Magazine

These paintings are featured in this month's AMA Magazine.  Yow!  Special thanks to my Pa for submitting our project and for his patience and help, Misty for working so hard to track me down, and to for the BIG present!

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Show at the Henry Art Gallery

O where the paintings will go!  In the great year of 2000 I made some paintings that were shown at New Image Art Gallery in West Hollywood and sold to this powerful TV executive and art collector.  A few years ago this Mr. Valentine donated these paintings to the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle and they are now part of their permanent collection.  Last week I got this email that one of the paintings has been included in this show:

"Your work Untitled (business seminar), which is part of the Henry Art Gallery’s permanent collection, is currently on display at the Henry in the exhibition SuttonBeresCuller: Panoptos. The exhibition will run from October 2, 2010-February 13, 2011.

For this exhibition the artists, John Sutton, Ben Beres, and Zac Culler, selected over 150 two-dimensional and three-dimensional works from the museum’s collection that were then hung “salon style,” in the museum’s East Gallery. In front of this multi-faceted presentation, the artists’ installed a custom-made apparatus that transports a high definition camera along the x- and y-axes of this grid-like installation. In an adjacent gallery, visitors can steer the camera remotely, selecting and zooming in on details of works in the installation. These details are viewed in this space and uploaded to the Web for others to see. Images from the exhibition can be viewed here: "

How about that?

This painting is so old I don't even know where I have pictures of it!  There are a couple of pictures of it HERE on their Flickr stream.

Thursday, November 4, 2010