Tuesday, September 27, 2011


I  am honored to show my work, Migration newly formatted as a stand-on-it's-own sculpture piece, at the Denver Handmade Alliance's Art by Craft exhibition this coming Saturday!  The show runs through October 16th and coincides with a craft Market held on Sunday Oct. 9th.  Exhibiting the work of the artists listed below, Art by Craft explores craft-based mediums in fine art.  I hope you will consider visiting!!

Migration (detail), Rebecca Peebles
Art by Craft Exhibiting Artists:

Adriane Horovitz & Marc Horovitz 
Andrea Thurber
Becky Wareing Steele
Beth Wood
Dea Webb
Hope Morgan of Haunted Sparrow
Lara Nickel
Martina Grbac
Pamela Webb
Patrice Washington
Rebecca Peebles
Sandra Fettingis
Sarah Wallace Scott
Vanessa Gochnour

Friday, September 23, 2011


Laney McVicker of 303 Magazine wrote an  article about myself and my work.  You can see "The Hol Sum Art of Meditation" article on 303's site for the Fall Fashion Issue 2011.

I'm especially grateful to Laney for quoting me when I said about my art work, "Really, it's just a practice of working toward something beautiful or peaceful."  This is true for me.  I am most accurate as an artist when I'm creating work that offers beauty and opportunity to rest in one's own peace. 

hats, sculpture, call them what you will...

The Bard Graduate Center is hosting an exhibit of 250+ hats curated by Stephen Jones!  If I were able to drop everything and travel right now, I'd hop to NYC to see these as part of a long list of shows, meals and otherwise gorgeous outings! 

Sunday, September 18, 2011

lettering mantras

Dedication of Merit

By this merit may all attain omniscience.
May it defeat the enemy, wrongdoing.
From the stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death,
From the ocean of samsara, may I free all beings.
By the confidence of the golden sun of the great east,
May the lotus garden of the Rigden’s wisdom bloom.
May the dark ignorance of sentient beings be dispelled.
May all beings enjoy profound brilliant glory.

Studying mantras and poetry for a new project....  Such awesome study. 

Friday, September 9, 2011


JUXTAPOZE - a juxtaposition of our art work. 
Patrick Kelly is a writer and makes art work for special occassions.
I'm an artist, and sometimes I like to do work that's illustrative and narrative.
We thought it might be interesting to put our work side by side to highlight our writer/narrator/illustrator/artist selves.
I'm especially interested to see how our works affect each other by proximity.  Up until hanging our work, we haven't seen what the other is doing.
Hope you'll come out and see the work at Hooked On Colfax (3213 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206)!
Opening night - Saturday Sept. 10, 7 - 10pm
Show up through October 5.