converge at evermore prints

This summer, Capitol Contemporary Gallery partnered with Evermore Prints to curate an exhibition of artwork by nineteen local artists from the Capitol Contemporary Gallery community. I had the opportunity to submit a piece to hang alongside some of the best artistic talent in Boise in an exhibition titled, Converge. Participating artists include: Karen Bubb, Brooke Burton, Toby Davis, Karen Eastman, Sue Latta, Jerri Lisk, Mark Lisk, Judith Lombardi, Anne Peterson, Lorelle Rau, Christine Raymond, Betsie Richardson, Cassandra Schiffler, Sandra Shaw, Rachel Teannalach, Josh Udesen, Randy Van Dyck, Connie Wood, Richard Young. I'm fortunate to be in such great company! The exhibition runs throu

alexa rose foundation grantee

A future art making goal of mine is to create handmade paper using foliage and fibers foraged from the Boise foothills-- creating work that is "not only of, but from, the land." 🌿🌲⛰ Today, I am one step closer to that goal! I was awarded a grant from the The Alexa Rose Foundation to attend a two week long paper making workshop at Penland School of Craft in western North Carolina next summer, and I couldn't be more excited! The Alexa Rose Foundation furthers the creative work of individual artists through grants, fellowships and space, strengthening the cultural environment of the Boise Valley. This year, The Foundation received over 300 applications from across the Treasure Valley. 74 indi


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