Despite COVID, I am thrilled to announce Mother Daughter will be open to the public.
It’s been a tough few months preparing for the exhibition, however, thanks to the remarkable support of Spokane Art School, as well as my friends and family, the show is finally here. The two large quilts my mother and I made during quarantine will be in the exhibition, as well as many other works I have created through printmaking and quilting.
Despite the circumstances, I’m overjoyed to be given this opportunity to present my work. More importantly, it has made me rediscover all the supportive individuals I have been blessed with in my life. For this, I could not be more grateful. As I’ve mentioned in a previous blog post, nothing this year has gone as planned. When COVID hit, I thought I lost my art community. Yet, as we already know, you make the best with what you’ve got. Fortunately for me, what I’ve got is one remarkable circle of family and friends. Now, there’s been plenty of highs and lows to say the least. Yet, when you’re surrounded by the people you love, you realize this love can take you anywhere. Thanks again to all of you who have helped me make my exhibition a reality.
Now, Spokane Art School and I proudly present: Mother Daughter.