A new year, a new schedule!  We are all learning to live with Covid and so are art fairs.  I have six shows in my lineup and a couple of more I'm waiting to hear from.  I've been adding galleries around the country, so if I'm not in an art fair near you, look at my SHOP page to see if I'm in a gallery near you.  Hope to see you soon!

April 8 - May 28, 2022

VENUE: River Oaks Square Arts Center, Alexandria, LA

Juror: Renee LoPresti

The 2022 Dirty South Cup Call & Competition is a national, juried exhibition. Artists were chosen to display traditional or non-traditional ceramic vessels. 

River Oaks Square is a contemporary visual arts and fine crafts center made up of resident artists working with a variety of media. In 1979, the Bolton Family donated their family home to the City of Alexandria in an agreement it would be used solely for the arts. The Bolton Home became the catalyst for the establishment of River Oaks Square Arts Center. Circa 1899, the house is exemplary of Queen Anne Revival Architect in Louisiana and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. After renovations to the Home, River Oaks opened its’ doors in 1984 to meet the needs of the community which it serves.

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Saturday, May 28, 2022
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m

VENUE: Courthouse Square in downtown Lafayette, Indiana

Artists and art lovers alike gather for the 'Round the Fountain Art Fair on the grounds of the Tippecanoe County Courthouse, Lafayette, Indiana, on the Saturday before Memorial Day.

Join us for the 48th year of this premier fine arts fair!



June 18 & 19, 2022

Saturday: 10 AM - 6 PM
Sunday: 10 AM - 5 PM

VENUE: Talbot Street, Indianapolis, IN

The fair is held in the picturesque, charming  Herron-Morton neighborhood. This area is full of booming restaurants, coffee shops and close to downtown Indy. We have strong community support thanks to aggressive marketing with local tv, radio and social media. Customers come rain or shine, hot or cold, and we draw upwards of 60,000 attendees. After a two year hiatus due to Covid-19 restrictions the community is extremely excited for our return.


JUNE 24-26, 2022

VENUE: Western Gateway Park, Des Moines, IA


The Des Moines Arts Festival® is one of the world’s most respected festivals hosting 180 of the nation’s top artists on June 24-26, 2022 in a beautiful urban street setting surrounding the 4.4 acre John and Mary Pappajohn Sculpture Park and the newly constructed Krause Gateway Center designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop.


June 30-August 22, 2022

VENUE: Clay Arts Vegas, Las Vegas NV

An annual favorite, the cup show showcases the creative ways we can form one of our most every day objects: the cup. 

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September 3-4, 2022

VENUE: Downtown Bloomington, IN  

The Fourth Street Festival of the Arts and Fine Crafts strives to create an atmosphere of appreciation for art as well as an opportunity for artists to showcase their work by presenting a high quality event. We provide an educational environment to create connections with art and artists. Fourth Street prides itself on being admission free and welcoming to all.

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Friday: Sept. 9th 2022
Saturday: Sept. 10th 2022
Sunday: Sept. 11th 2022

VENUE: St. Louis, MO

The Saint Louis Art Fair presented by Centene Charitable Foundation (SLAF) welcomes accepted artists, juried and invited following the 2020 Jury process, as exhibitors at the 28th annual Art Fair.  The Art Fair will be held on September 10, 11 & 12, 2021 in downtown Clayton, Missouri.

In addition to the amazing visual art exhibition, the festival will feature live performing arts ensembles across two stages, 12 of St. Louis’ most delectable restaurants, and the Creative Castle, an area featuring educational art projects for children. 

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November 4-5 2022

VENUE: Monroe Convention Center, Bloomington, IN

Opening Reception Friday Evening

23 Studio artists living and working in South Central Indiana to exhibit current work

Gifts for the Holidays and Special Occasions! 

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