Monday, September 20, 2010


Beyond Wild Apples: Dwelling, Refuge, Shelter is the theme of the Fall 2010 issue of  Wild Apples "a jounal of nature, art and inquiry."  I am very excited to be part of this issue featuring a few of my paintings along with participating in the show at the Owen Smith Shuman Gallery at the Groton Public Library with such distinguished artists as Anne Krinsky, Margot Stage, Parrish Dobson, Betsyann Duval, Linda Hoffman and Beth Van Gelder. 

There is a wonderful article of the show by the curator Deborah Santoro. Please visit the article at this link:

To borrow a few paragraphs of Deborah's article: 

Wild Apples, a Journal of Nature, Art, and Inquiry, brings together the work of artists and writers who are connected by the common threads of care for the environment, engagement in social concerns, and commitment to the arts and the way they shape our world. The twice-yearly journal takes its name from Henry David Thoreau’s essay, “Wild Apples.” (Wild Apples Journal)

A collaborative effort of its three editors, Linda Hoffman, Kathryn Liebowitz, and Susan Edwards Richmond, each issue of the journal is filled with art and words that uplift, explore, elucidate, and pierce the heart with the fiery stab of a pen or a brush.

Wild Apples is a treat to read and own.  This is a work of art.  Visit the journal at

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