JULY 2-5 2015
WATERFRONT BLUES FESTIVAL AFTER HOURS BLUES & JAZZ PORTRAIT EXHIBIT
1401 SW NAITO PARKWAY, ACROSS FROM THE BLUES FESTIVAL
JULY 3&4 FROM 9PM-1AM IN THE OREGON BALLROOM
The solo exhibit will feature my latest portrait of Blues Festival headliner Buddy Guy, plus many other musicians who have performed at the festival. Also featured will be my painting of the Waterfront Blues Festival’s 25th anniversary.
JUNE 26-28 2015
LAKE OSWEGO FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS
GEORGE ROGERS PARK, 611 S. STATE ST., LAKE OSWEGO OR.
I am participating in the Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts, Friday through Sunday at George Rogers Park, 611 S. State Street in Lake Oswego. Art in the Park hours are 10-8 Friday & Saturday and 10-5 Sunday. My booth number is G9 right across from the music stage, and I will be working on my new painting of Buddy Guy!
MAY 16-17 2015
MT. TABOR ART WALK
5015 SE Hawthorne, Portland OR
This is my ninth year participating in one of the best art walks in Portland. The neighborhood is home to many artists who will be showcasing their work, and this year I will be hosted by Realty Trust, 5015 SE Hawthorne. Visit the MTAW website for a free map: Mt. Tabor Art Walk I will have new drawings on display, plus I’ll be working on a new drawing at the show! Hours are 10am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday, May 16-17.
FEBRUARY 1– MARCH 2 2015
ART BAR AT PORTLAND’5 CENTER FOR THE ARTS
1111 SW Broadway, Portland OR
Coinciding with the Portland Jazz Festival, my paintings and drawings will be on display at the ArtBar at Antoinette Hatfield Hall (Performing Arts Center). The First Thursday opening is February 5 from 5-8pm, and the show will be up for the entire month of February.
JANUARY 12–16 2015
MITTELMAN JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
6651 SW Capitol Highway, Portland OR
My portraits of jazz musicians will be on display in the MJCC lobby during the week of January 12-16, in conjunction with George Fendel’s Jews in Jazz workshop and concert on Thursday January 15. The free concert, offered at 1:20 and repeating at 7pm, will feature music from famous Jewish jazz musicians presented by George Fendel, a local jazz pianist and radio DJ. I will be working on a new pencil portrait in the lobby during George’s presentations.