Showstoppers! Now Open til October 31!

The Costume Industry Coalition presents SHOWSTOPPERS an exhibit in Times Square celebrating the artisans, artists and craftspeople who bring the costumes of the theater to life: Please come to visit this amazing exhibit. It is detailed, moving, educational, and … Continue reading

Giant tie-dyed parachute for Cincinnati Ballet

A wonderful puzzle: a giant nylon parachute makes an undulating lake from which three witchy ladies rise up. Its not magical unless it looks like Sandra Woodall’s wonderful sketch for the Ladies of the Lake for The Cincinnati Ballet’s Camelot. … Continue reading

SEA Conference, Naperville/Lisle

I attended and presented at the SEA (Self Employment in the Arts) conference in Naperville (a suburb of Chicago) last weekend. It was so great to be there! Hundreds of undergraduate art students from the middle of the country, as … Continue reading

Last Chance: On Stages In Stages

On Stages In Stages Painting for the Theater from Parsons-Meares, LTD Closes April 30th! Fashion Institute ofTechnology Gladys Marcus Library, Entrance on the Fifth Floor Goodman Center (E Building) Please come to see three floors of costume painting samples from … Continue reading

The Art Career Project

Check out the Art Career Project‘s website at They offer great interviews and articles about different art careers to choose–helpful for beginners as well as mid career artists. They have explored graphic design, painting, jewelry design, framing, photography, to … Continue reading

UNC: Spray Techniques for Costumes

Rachel Pollock invited me to come teach three workshops to her Costume tech classes this week. The students are uniformly amazingly talented milliners, drapers, dyers. These pictures are from our Spray Techniques class. All of the students were checked out … Continue reading