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UPCOMING EXIBITIONS & PREMIERES

If you are in the Denver area, please attend my solo exhibition at the Firehouse Art Gallery, February 25-March 29. www.firehouseart.org
There will be two Receptions, March 6th: THE VOWS Sneak Preview, and March 13th: Artist’s Reception.

In addition, THE VOWS will be premiering at the Women+Film VOICES Film Festival on March 19th and 22nd. www.denverfilm.org

A Single Girl’s Guide To Holiday Shopping

What’s worse than Holiday shopping? Holiday shopping as a single woman.

Shopping in December, hellish as it can be, why do we do it? What’s really going on when you head to the mall? Shopping is analogous to active enrollment in the biggest ritual of social expectations there is, The Holidays. And if you’re single, holiday shopping can do a real number on you.

Here’s a single girl’s insight on what’s really at play, and how to […]

HOW asks WHY?

H.O.W. Magazine wanted to know the reasons WHY I started the Life Once Removed Project, and I gave it to them, plus dug a little deeper into the bigger WHYS we all are in this together. See for yourself.

1. How did your project “Life Once Removed” come about?
The pressure to conform sent me over the edge. I had just about enough of virtually everyone I spoke to, asking me why “such a nice girl“ wasn’t […]

Tried Being a Bride

Who would do such a thing? Spend months planning a picture perfect wedding, only to leave her Groom, cold, on the steps of the altar, after a speech announcing to the congregation why she did it.
That Girl was me.

It was actually a Renewal of the Vows. Chauncey and I had been together for 14 years. We’d already shared over a decade taking satirical photographs with our imitation daughter. But I’d grown tired of him while […]

Love is in the Air

As you may know, this project took an unexpected turn after 3 trying weeks of “Family Travel” in Paris.  Carting the Familyquins around in a foreign city that did not offer mannequin-friendly transportation, truly wore on me. I had bruises everywhere. I had worn out my welcome with friends and well wishers. I was more than sick and tired of my “family.”

I had spent all day on the last day in Paris, carefully wrapping them […]