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2017: Year in Review

As 2017 comes to a close (how did THAT happen?!), let's take a look back at my many and varied artful endeavors over the last 12 months:

March and April: found me fully engaged with the accessible art community here in Raleigh.  Between creating projects for another Artist Residency at Wake Enterprises, presenting an art workshop at a spring dance, working with children at a local kids' museum's sensory-friendly night, creating wacky paintings with food as paintbrushes at a school for the blind, and providing art supplies and instruction for click bug art to kids at a science museum, I was extremely, happily busy! Teaching art to people with disabilities of all ages is both challenging and rewarding, and it's always a big thrill whenever I get to see the spark of creativity shine. I also began working on what I'd be exhibiting at our first show of the season, which is one of our favorites, the Columbia Festival of the Arts, in June.

May and June:  featured show prepa…

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