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Come see me in my beautiful,
newly expanded studio!

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This October, I will again join over 60 other artists and makers
in a weekend-long Open Studio, at the creative hive known as Manufacturers Village in East Orange, NJ.
Explore this 19th century complex,
and immerse yourself in art. 

Saturday + Sunday : : October 15-16 : : 1-6 pm
Zone 2, Building 2, second floor, Studio A
(Please note: no elevator.)
66 Franklin Street, East Orange, NJ 07017
studio door opens in Franklin Alley

Special pricing will be in effect for this event.
I'll also be offering beautiful giclee prints.
I look forward to seeing you.



A fun pop-up in conjunction with Right Now Select, curated by Dr. Virginia Fabbri Butera,

this gathering of works includes two of my drawings. 

Stop by and catch it, while you enjoy the wonderful Open Studios at 150 Bay Street.

So pleased to be part of this!

 Rewriting Herstory: Volume Two

by Victory Hall Press (Author), Anne Trauben (Editor)

Drawing Rooms' catalogue for our exhibition on inspiring women attempts to set the record straight and rewrite history to include Herstory. We want to honor all inspiring women (special shout out to BIPOC)- contemporary, as well as throughout history, national, as well as international women. We want to tell their stories visually and through text. Volume One, Women Making the World Better features 38 artists from across the country and internationally, and 75 images of women who have changed the world for the good in some way.

Rewriting Herstory Volume Two, continues the story, including women from both present and past who have made progress and shattered barriers in a variety of fields: Women in music and dance, sports and the written word, TV, radio, cinema and theatre, science and math.

Find my drawing of Oprah on Page 71!

See the print book here on Amazon

Read the online version here on

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 Now you can find my work at JAM at MAM! 


JAM at MAM was created to help our artist community, NJ agencies that serve human needs, and MAM.   

Access extraordinary works by artists across the state and show your support from the comfort of your home. Help keep the NJ arts community alive and thriving while supporting those most in need.


50% directly to the artist
10% to partner agencies that serve human needs
40% to Montclair Art Museum

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