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Tatsuo Horiuchi

Tatsuo Horiuchi is a 77 year old Japanese artist who uses Microsoft Excel to paint gorgeous works of art. I’m so impressed. And very inspired. 


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Thumbs Up To EOD

Delighted to announce that I will, once again, be part of the annual Embracing Our Differences exhibit. My painting "Thumbs Up" will be displayed on a 12.5 foot high x 16 foot wide billboard in Sarasota, Florida's Bayfront Park from January 19 through March 15, 2019. This painting is based on one of my favorite couples. In fitting with the theme of Embracing Our Differences I feel this couple exemplifies the belief that by exploring the world we will discover that people all over are, in the words of Maya Angelou, more alike than unalike.


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I Dream

I recently saw a fabulous production of  "A Midsummer Night’s Dream" at the Public Theatre. The theatre had set up an area where kids could write down their dreams. Made me so happy to see what they were writing.


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Everyone’s Invited

Happy to announce that my painting "Everyone's Invited" will be in the "Envisioning Miracles' exhibit at the Nathan D. Rosen Museum Gallery, 21050 95th Avenue South, Boca Raton, Florida from November 18 - January 2, 2019. I'm tired of discrimination, xenophobia and inequality and this is my vision of a happy, peaceful place where everyone is invited, even the little blue alien in the upper right section. For those in the area the reception is Sunday, November 18, 3-5pm. Please click image to make larger and clearer.


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Thank You Sarasota Middle School

Big Thanks to Sarasota Middle School for acquiring my billboard “Kate’s Changing The World” from the "2018 Embracing Our Differences” exhibit and displaying it in such a beautiful way on their campus.


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Rockefeller Center - October 2018

Art is everywhere. Not my photograph. Wish I knew who the photographer was so I could give credit.


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The Garment District And Me

My paintings “My Clothes Are Not Permission” and “Pride And Joy” will be hanging in the NAWA Gallery, 315 West 39th Street, #508 through October 31st. Also, during this time is the very festive 2018 Garment District Arts Festival, October 18-20 of which the NAWA Gallery is a part. Tons of art fun in the neighborhood. The reception is Thursday, October 18th, 6pm - 9pm. 


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Mysticism, Magic, Superstition and Me

Well, I just came home to the most amazing treat. My painting "The Future Is What We Say It Is" on the cover of the German Journal "Leidfaden". The theme of this issue is mysticism, magic and superstition. It was so kind of the publisher, Vandenhoecke & Ruprecht, to mail me a copy. Now if I could only read the article.


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I Want My Mommy

"I Want My Mommy" is my protest against child brides and child trafficking. This painting will be featured in the National Association of Women Artists 129th Annual Members' Exhibition, October 6-18 at 195 Chrystie Street, South Gallery in Manhattan. The reception is Thursday, October 11, 6-9pm.


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The Fantastical Faith Ringgold

Two of Faith Ringgold’s works from the “An Incomplete History of Protest: Selections from the Whitney’s Collection” exhibit at the Whitney Museum of American Art. I’m amazed that I’m a sister member of NAWA with Ms. Ringgold. Her work is always current, always beautiful, always relevant and always important.


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