Local 14 Online Show

 Guest Artist

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.

Please check out all of the artists at their website:


 You can purchase my work from the Local 14 show here: neverwood.art





Artist in Residence

August 31- October 2

Art in Oregon Residency Program
In collaboration with the Stevens-Crawford Heritage House, Art in Oregon has developed a unique Artist Residency Program. Selected artists are granted one month in a private 10’x6’ enclosed sun porch studio in the Stevens-Crawford Heritage House, ideally located in the historic McLoughlin neighborhood in Oregon City, near the public library and community center. The studio is available to the resident artist 24 hours a day, and includes access to a kitchen, bathroom, and courtyard garden (room and board not included). Only one artist will be onsite per month, making it an ideal experience for artists seeking a quiet and historically rich space in which to explore their work.  








City Hall of Oregon City

4 month solo show as part of the Clackamas County Arts Alliance Artist Exhibit Program

Look for 3 new pieces showcasing historic homes in Oregon City!

Begins June 3rd

625 Center St
Oregon City, OR 97045






The Night Circus

Look for a virtual opening at Splendorporium mid June, with possible closing party in July!

Follow Splendorporium on Facebook for more information.







LO Reads Artist 2020

Art inspired by Rising, Dispatches from the New American Shore

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

Special Events:
2/3 at 6PM Opening Reception @ Lakewood Center
3/4 7PM Author Presentation @ Lakeridge High School Auditorium

In Rising, Dispatches from the New American Shore, author Elizabeth Rush demonstrates how rising seas are transforming the coastline of the United States in irrevocable ways. She personally guides readers through some of the places where change has been most dramatic, highlighting the impact on plants, animals and humans across seven states, including Oregon. She weaves firsthand testimonials from those facing change with profiles of wildlife biologists, activists and other members of vulnerable communities.”