August 2- September 27th

Splendorporium: Spellbound

I have three encaustics in this show, all taking a look at scenes after a ritual.

Once the bell has rang and the final Words are spoken, what remains behind with us?

 

September 2019

Academy Theater Lobby

While you’re waiting for your movie to start, check out some of my pieces in the lobby area!

 

 

September 28-October 20

Folk Horror Show at the Ford Gallery

I have three new encaustic pieces debuting in this incredibly themed show!

Just in time for the autumnal equinox, Ford Gallery is excited to present “From the Forest, From the Furrows, From the Field,” a group show inspired by folk horror, a subgenre of horror in which rural, isolated communities assume their folklore and superstitions to be true, often revealing the continued practice of sinister, ancient pagan beliefs.

 

October 4-6

Invited Artist: Local 14 Art Show

I am honored to be a guest artist at this year’s Local 14 show! I’ll have many new metal prints as well as post cards for sale all weekend long.

Just in time for the autumnal equinox, Local 14 has been one of Portland’s premier art shows for over 50 years. Our show features paintings, mixed media, printmaking, photography, jewelry, ceramics, sculpture, garden art and more by member artists as well as guests artists from Oregon and the Pacific Northwest.

 

October 4-6

Guest Artist: Rain Spark Gallery

Rain Spark has a new location at Oswego Village- stay tuned for upcoming date & specific location informarion!

 

April 26, 2019 – December 2019

Stephen Crawford House Museum

DATES EXTENDED!

A solo show of my work featuring all metal prints- new pieces and past favorites- will hang in the hallway of this historic property.

Thank you to Art in Oregon for making this possible!


 

 

LO Reads Artist 2019

Art inspired by The Book of Unknown Americans

Please find more information and exhibition locations on the LO Reads page.

Special Events:
2/4 at 6PM Opening Reception @ Lakewood Center
2/13 7PM Author Presentation @ Lakewood Center

Cristina Henríquez’, The Book of Unknown Americans, tells the story of the journey one family takes from Mexico to the U.S. in the hopes of giving their daughter the best opportunities to excel after being injured in an accident.  They face many challenges as they leave everyone and everything familiar behind and try to create a new life in America.”