July 2024

I am so grateful to have been accepted into the artist residency program at In Cahoots in Petaluma, CA. I will be spending a week working inside this sweet cabin. As their web site says, “In Cahoots Residency is a place of collaboration and creative energy, a rare opportunity for uninterrupted work time as well as dialog with other artists. The residency provides housing and studio space to emerging and professional artists working in a variety of mediums. Our pastoral location and light-filled studios for book art, letterpress, writing, and printmaking inspire artists to make new discoveries and leave with a renewed passion for their work.” Learn more at

A Workshop in Muir Beach 
Saturday, August 3

This workshop will be a co-taught by myself and Wendy Johnson, master gardener and author of Gardening at the Dragon’s Gate. We will gather at Wendy’s garden and home nursery in Muir Beach for an afternoon weaving together garden knowledge, drawing, writing, crafting and quiet time in nature. Pre-registration required. Please contact me for more details.

Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, CA
September 12 – October 1, 2024

This exhibition features over 100 artists who have donated their work to support the Center for Photographic Art. This is a fundraiser and all works are being sold via an online auction. My contribution is a framed archival pigment print of Reverie #1 from the Invocations series. I am really delighted to be able to support all the good work CPA does to educate, inspire and connect people around the medium of photography.

November 30 & December 1, 2024

Thanks to all of you who came to my Spring Open Studio! My next one is scheduled for November 2024. At the studio, you can learn more about my creative process and explore a wide selection of my mixed media art. I have layered collages, fine art prints, bottle sculptures, and a selection of books – including my monograph Offerings and the children’s book, The Wolf Who Ate the Sky – plus notecards and more. Please note my studio has relocated just up the hill near the Muir Beach Overlook.

The studio is also open by appointment – please send me a note to set up a time.


An Exhibit at the Bolinas Museum
November 18 – December 31, 2023

This exhibition of works that are 18 x 18 inches or smaller supports this gem of a museum in West Marin. It’s a wonderful chance to acquire works by coastal Marin artists for a good cause. I have contributed the unique collage pictured here called Nesting #5 from the Invocation series. It measures 18 x 11 inches framed. The Bolinas Museum is located at 48 Wharf Road and is open Fridays, 1-5pm and Saturdays & Sundays, noon-5pm. 

Contemporary Voices in Global Photobooks
An Exhibit at the SF Center for the Book
July 15 – October 1, 2023

So delighted that Offerings is part of this exhibition honoring Datz Press. There is a rich array of books including titles by Linda Connor, Alyssa Fujita Karoui, and Young Suh, and many more. Learn more at

An exhibit at UC School of Law San Francisco
May 2022 – February 2023

Three of my large-scale Milagro pieces were installed at the UC School of Law San Francisco in their newly renovated campus as part of a group exhibition, called Ripples, curated by Esther Mallouh. Other artists include Beth Davila Waldman, Melissa Mahoney, Nellie King Solomon and many more. There was a Community Celebration for the exhibition on Thursday, May 26, 2022. See photos from that event by clicking here. And read more about the exhibition by clicking here.

Permanent Collection Exhibition
On view thru December 31, 2022

I am delighted that this piece, entitled Sanctuary #3, is part of the Bolinas Museum’s Permanent Collection Exhibit, on view through the end of this year. The museum is open Friday – Sunday. Also on view are some other wonderful shows including a group exhibition on called Pacific Rise: Ocean Health.

This piece is from the series I call Sanctuary: “These images are grounded in place. Coastal Marin County in Northern California has been a source of comfort and inspiration for me for over thirty years. By bottling images of this area and then re-photographing them against a field of blackness, I isolate and transform them into touchstones of an inner territory that is simultaneously wild and peaceful.”

“8×10 Exhibition”
September 8 – September 29, 2022

So happy to be able to support the Center for Photographic Art by participating in their benefit exhibition & online auction again this year. Pictured here is my donation – an archival pigment print called Incantation #8. The online auction will open for bidding starting Thursday, September 8 at 9am. There will be an in-person opening reception in the gallery on Saturday, September 10, 4:00 – 6:00pm. I invite you to take a look and support this wonderful photography organization!

McEvoy Ranch, Petaluma, CA
August 20 & 21, 2022

This past August, I participated in “Art in the Orchard” at the McEvoy Ranch in Petaluma, CA. Visitors strolled through their Tuscan olive orchards and viewed work by over twenty-five professional artists. The address is 5935 Red Hill Rd. Petaluma, CA. Learn more here.

LEAPING CLEAR – Fall 2021 Issue

So delighted to have my new pieces from the Invocation series featured in the online publication, Leaping Clear. The team behind this publication “believe that art of value is created freely and speaks to the deepest human aspirations.” The fall 2021 issue offers a rich array of poetry, essays, visual art and more. 

an exhibit at D’Ark Room in Seoul, South Korea
April 30 – August 31, 2021

This group exhibition features my book Offerings plus prints from Invocation and Sanctuary. It also includes works by Bryant Austin, Linda Connor, Barbara Bosworth and more. Learn more about it at

an online exhibit at Thinking About Photography
March – June 2021

This group exhibition features my series, Evocations,plus work by other artists who “stage” their imagery. Learn more about it at

ONLINE ARTIST TALK for Center for Photographic Art
March 2021

I recently gave an online artist talk for the Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, CA. This Zoom presentation included a discussion of several bodies of work and my latest book Offerings, as well as insights into my creative practice and studio life. It was recorded and if you missed it, please contact me and I can send you a special link to view it. 

Offerings at the Printed Matter Art Book Fair
February 2021

Offerings was included in the 2021 Printed Matter Art Book Fair in the online booth for Datz Press. There were so many wonderful online talks and videos offered with this event – many of which are still accessible even after the fair. I was honored to have a video from my studio about the book, Offerings, included as part of Datz Press’ presence at this event, which you can watch by clicking here

August – September 2020

The Bolinas Museum is a charming and inspiring cultural institution in West Marin and I am so happy I can support the great work they do with exhibitions and programming by donating this print, Sanctuary #7, to their annual benefit auction. The series Sanctuary is about honoring places that are both wild and peaceful. This print features an image of crab buoys just off the coast of Stinson Beach. You can view it at the preview exhibition from August 22 – September 11, which will be followed by an online auction with a live virtual event on Saturday, September 12. Learn more at

NEW BOOK: Offerings

I am delighted to share that my first monograph has been published by Datz Press in Seoul, South Korea. Offerings features five series of my mixed media photography created from 1996 to 2018. This monograph was designed by Younghea Kim, Sangyon Joo and Kwan Hoon Lee at Datz Press with a text by curator Anne Veh. Measuring 18.5 x 22 cm, it has 100 pages featuring 49 artworks. It has been published as a limited edition of 300. To learn more…


DATZ MUSEUM – Exhibition and Publication
October 2018 – February 2019

I had the great pleasure of being part of “Journey of Transformation,” a four-person exhibit at the Datz Museum in Seoul, South Korea. Over twenty pieces from the series Sanctuary and Invocation were displayed along with works by Minny Lee, Bryant Austin, and Hendrik Paul. In honor of the exhibit, Datz Press produced a publication, called Gitz: Process and Attitude, which includes a very thoughtful interview with me by Anne Veh. I was blessed to travel there and be part of a series of events including artist talks and receptions in the fall of 2018.