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November 26th, 2022:

Removed "Commissions" section (though I am regularly accepting commissions, I found this portion of the website displeasing), updated Artist CV

February 26th, 2022:

Generally giving everything about this site more attention. New show added in "upcoming exhibitions"

January 31st, 2020:

Edited the site banner - in iOS mobile view some of the text overlapped. Updated artist bio and artist CV pages.

May 17th, 2019:

It comes time to optimize the site and give it a few loving updates. You may see some changes!

November 3rd, 2017:

Apples & Art took place once again and I happened to set up with a lovely group of artists at Cailuan Gallery (225 Pitt St, Cornwall, Ontario). The day was made more memorable with some live art - I painted Tracy Lynn Davies (Cailuan's proud owner), Marc Carriere, and my fiance. Everyone had a great time. I sincerely thank everyone who stopped by.

September 26th, 2016:

Apples & Art, the studio tour in the SD&G region of Eastern Ontario, has completed its 25th year this past weekend. Thank you to all who were able to make it out to the Native North American Travelling College! I was there with my paintings and crafts. This was Akwesasne's first year as a stop on the tour.

September 5th, 2016:

-Art In Motion is complete...the twelve acrylic paintings look beautiful. Each was painted by twelve (sometimes thirteen!) artists. That collection is in the community's hands now. Contact Kimberly Cameron to see how you can access those paintings.

-The EO Garlic Fest has come and gone. Thank you for supporting "home-grown" art in the SD&G region! I did $10 quick portraits for festivalgoers almost the whole time!

July 1st, 2016:

-Time for an update! The front page, bio, and gallery have all been updated.

February 23rd, 2016:

-New website!


February 8th, 2016:

-Added blog link and new exhibition info


February 2nd, 2016:

-Updated logo!


January 25th, 2016:

-Added bio

-My latest studio series, "The Naked Self", is in its beginning stages. Eight of my peers, mostly women, have volunteered work with me and bare almost all as subjects for these nude paintings. I'm really excited to get started.

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