Huge Studio Sale! August 20th, 11AM-4PM

Discounted price on art work created in last few years-including Essential Worker Portrait pastels and giclees, Swedish Princess Cake gouache, large murals and assorted smaller works in all media. Older oil on canvas as well!! Masks and vaccinations required.

236 W. Winona St. Duluth, MN

Essential Worker Portraits Book

Pleased to announce “Essential Worker Portraits” book is available
through Lizzard’s Art Gallery & Framing , Zenith Bookstore, AICHO Indigenous First Gift Shop and the Minnesota Historical Society Gift Shop
or email me email @
The book contains 100 pastels of essential workers
with a forward essay written by Peter Rachleff (Eastside Freedom Library).

Pastels were completed beginning in March 2020 through July 2021.
Books $40 (plus $5 shipping USA). Venmo or PayPal accepted.

Grandma’s Marathon 2022 Commemorative poster

Each year Grandma’s Marathon (Duluth, MN) choses one local artist to create a piece of art to commemorate this world wide marathon race. This year I am pleased to have been chosen as the Grandma’s Marathon commemorative poster artist! Thanks to Grandma’s for supporting their community of artists in such a grand way!
Posters will be available for sale soon.
To purchase poster go to the Grandma’s Marathon merchandise store online.

ART speaks

Pleased to be included in the upcoming exhibition ART speaks at the Minnesota History Center. Opening February 26, 2022, the exhibition features approximately 175 works of art from the permanent collection by over 100 artists. More than 50 of those artists are currently working and/or living in Minnesota today (see list).

A recording of the virtual gallery talk can be found here:

The exhibition continues through July 31, 2022. History Center hours are posted on our website:

Due to COVID-19, no public events for this exhibition are planned at this time. We hope that a public event can be organized in the spring/summer toward the conclusion of the exhibition.

For information about the exhibition and the Minnesota History Center, please visit: