Art Of Influence: Penn State University

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Fine art exhibition examines global human rights

I will be exhibiting my work inThe Art of Influence: Breaking Criminal Traditions” exhibition  – Jan 15th – Feb 28th at The Gallery at Penn College along with;

Carol Brooks, James Deeb, Sheila Ganch, Clair Girodie, Sergio Gomez, Charles Gniech, Suzanne Gorgus, Teresa Hofheimer, Lelde Kalmite, Paula Kloczkowski Luberda, Richard Laurent, Kathy Liao, Zoriah Miller, Joyce Polance, Nancy Rosen, Lorraine Sack, Dominic Sansone, Barbara Simcoe, Anne Smith Stephan and Neil Tetkowski.

A reception will be held Thursday, Feb. 7th -4:30 – 6:30 p.m. A gallery talk, delivered by the exhibition’s curator Chuck Gneich will begin at 5:30 p.m. The reception and exhibit are free and open to the public.

A limited-edition exhibition catalog detailing artist statements and biographies will be available while supplies last;


Title; featured image ;

Medley (detail)

Stoneware, slips,
H 19″ x W 4″ x D 4″ / H 48 x W 15 x D 15 cm


Monoprint 35″ x 24″ / 89 x 61 cm 1/1 Unique

Going with the flow

Porcelain,oxides, glaze
H12″ x D9″ x W6″ / H 30.5 x D 22 x W15 cm

The Art Of Influence: Breaking Criminal Traditions

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The Art Of Influence

‘Onesie’ on show in “The Art of Influence: Breaking Criminal Traditions” New exhibition  Opens 10th Jan in Deerfield, Illinois. USA

The mission of this exhibition is to translate the experience of fine art into social action and strategies for community engagement


‘Onesie’  Porcelain with slip colour  18″ x 5.5″ x 5.5″/ 46 x 14cm

Catching Eyes

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Catching Eyes

Bloom3 invites you to join us with artist Corinna Button for our fall celebration featuring the work of this internationally known British painter, printmaker, and sculptor.

“Corinna Button’s work tells stories… as if they’re in the process of being glimpsed, unearthed, and we can see them as they’re etched into being, scratched out on canvas, layered up in delicate textures and bold, lyrical marks, evoking desire,desperation, celebration, mystery and intrigue…”

Sue Roe, author, The Private Lives of the Impressionists This reception is free and open to the public. Street parking is available. Private viewings are available for a limited time.

Opening Reception
Thursday, October 25
4:00-8:00 pm
1503 Chicago Avenue
(between Grove and Davis)