Thesis Things

I passed my Oral Defense! Whew. Big thanks to my committee, Brian Frink, Liz Miller, and Rachael Hanel! Also to Josh Winkler! and Harlan Bloomer, Gallery Director. 

The Catalogue

Opening night! What a whirl-wind.

I had a blast chatting with everyone who attended.  I'm so thankful that my parents were able to make the trip to tundra-land-MN to see my art in person.

The refreshments were a hit--of course being a Wisconsin girl, the spread was mostly comprised of cheese curds.  

I also sold a few paintings! Which was so exciting! I love when my art is purchased by strangers.  The painting below, The Spell of the North Shore is one of the paintings I'm personally very attached to--so it was bittersweet selling it.  I'm very glad it is going to be in a happy home--the Centennial Student Union. 

 The Spell of the North Shore is now in a good home! The Centennial Student Union, Minnesota State University, Mankato, MN.

The Spell of the North Shore is now in a good home! The Centennial Student Union, Minnesota State University, Mankato, MN.

Even though it feels amazing to pass my Thesis, I've got another show coming up! May-June at South Central College. Back to the studio....