Phoebe "volunteer" from 2013 through 2018 - likes mealworms

COMMUNITY ARTS INVOLVEMENT:

Guest Speaker; Club of 21 Gardens; Art and the Meadow; Winston-Salem, NC; 2019

Committee; Gateway Garden; Creating a polinator garden at a city park; Winston-Salem, NC; 2018-2019

Clean Air Carolina; Charlotte & Chapel Hill, NC; Four paintings copyright donated for reproductions as wall prints and note cards; 2016

Creator and facilitator of a group show featuring The Art of NC Native Plants; Blowing Rock Art and History Museum; sponsored by the NC Native Plant Society, May - July 2016

Board of Directors; North Carolina Native Plant Society; Membership Chairman, 2008-2015; At Large, 2015-2018

Guest Speaker; Wing Haven Gardens and Bird Sanctuary; Meadow-Making, 2016; Charlotte, NC

Guest Speaker; Reedy Creek Nature Preserve; Pressing Plants for a Herbarium & Art, 2015; Charlotte, NC

Guest Speaker; Guilford Horticultural Society; Greensboro Science Center; Meadow-Making, 2015; Greensboro, NC

Guest Speaker; North Carolina Master Gardener Conference; Making a Meadow; Winston-Salem, NC 2014

Guest Speaker; Rockingham Naturalists Club; Art and the Meadow; Wentworth, NC; 2013

Guest Speaker; Reynolda Gardens of Wake Forest University; Meadow-Making, 2010 and The Art of Pressing Plants, 2013

Juror; Sacred Space for the City, Exhibition and Conference; The Servant Leadership School, Greensboro, NC April 2012

Guest Speaker; Native Plant Meadow as inspiration and material for art; multiple locations in NC; 2010-current

Guest Speaker; Statesville Art League; Title: Overlapping Images; Statesville, NC April 2007

Guest Speaker; Muddy River Art Association; Title: Overlapping Images; Clemmons, NC February 2007

Associated Artists of Winston-Salem (AAWS) Education Committee; 2004-2005; Exhibits Committee 2010

Crossing 52; Created a concept and organized cross-cultural art exhibits to be featured in 4 major galleries in Winston-Salem. Blurring Racial Barriers with panel discussions and performing artist; Awarded a grant of $16,000 to fund the exhibitions by the Winston-Salem Foundation ECHO Fund; 2005-2006. For more information, click here.

Board of Directors; Sawtooth Center for Visual Art, Marketing and Program Committees; Winston-Salem, NC; 1991-2006

Fund Raising Events: AAWS, 6' Tennis Racket; Crisis Control, Chair; W-S Children's Chorus, Hat; Aids Awareness, Ceramic Plates; 2001-Present

Guest Curator for exhibitions at Wake Forest University, Worrell Center, Winston-Salem, NC; 2003-2004

AAWS - Show Chairman, Members Show 2003; Show Chairman Cultural Crossroads 2010; Winston-Salem, NC

Guest Instructor; John C. Campbell Folk School, Brasstown, NC; 1993

Guest Speaker for various art organizations.

OTHER INTERESTS:

GARDENING, creating wildflower meadow between the studio and the creek and Trillium garden in the woods.

Gardening on Paper Article for The Winston-Salem Journal by Amy Dixon; 2014

Meadow Making Article for The Winston-Salem Journal by David Bare

Meadow Making Talk as covered for The Charlotte Observer by John Anderson

North Carolina Native Plant Society
Board of Directors; 2010 - 2018

Piedmont Land Conservancy, Member; volunteer: Emily Allen Friendship Garden; current

Photography and Reading!

Butterflies & Birds

Creeks

Travel

Feeding and watching the wild birds. Especially Bluebirds, Phoebes, Goldfinch and Hummingbirds.

Family, husband, son, daughter and three grandchildren.


Trillium Ludium from the woodland garden next to the studio.

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