Throughout history artists have lead the way using their work as a voice of dissent, protest and action for change. ARTRUMPSResistance and Action presents artists in a variety of mediums, cultures and geographical locations, inspiring people with politically engaged artistic expression and points of view.The artists and the gallery are donating 50% of the sale of work to nonprofits of their choice, organizations working for justice, equality, resistance, legal support and change.
This solo show is an exploration into gun culture as I question what is sacred. The installation binds haunting imagery with formidable data to create visceral stories that contemplate gun rights, loss of life, and the search for healing.artEAST 95 Front Street North Issaquah, WA
March 15–May 28, 2017, artEAST Art Center
Artist Talk/National Slow Art Day Saturday, April 8, 4 pm
Opening Reception Saturday, April 8, 6–8 pm
BookClub Sunday, May 21, 3–5 pm
Artist Holly Ballard Martz, Poet Daemond Arrindell, and myself take an intimate look down the barrel – contemplating gun rights, the loss of life, and the search for healing in touching, powerful and sometimes darkly humorous ruminations on America’s weapon of choice.Poetry, sculpture, video and performance meld to tell the saga of gun culture in the exhibit. KISS FEAR Candles are lit every Sunday to honor lives lost to gun violence that week. November 3, 2016 – January 28, 2017
I’m thrilled to have had the opportunity to collaborate with several scientists to learn more about the effects of Global Warming on salinity. The work, Silent Salinity, poetry and castings will be shown in Surge at Museum of Northwest Art, LaConner, WA September 2016.
Public Debt to the Suffragette is being shown at Anacortes Arts Festival July 30 – August 7, and Artprize in Grand Rapids, MI September 21- October 9, 2016.
Thank you ACLU for my Special Recognition Award at Artprize “Art to Change the World: Inspiring Social Justice”