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Paper That Pops Exhibit and Demonstrations, May 22-30, Denver Art Museum

The Denver Art Museum was another incredible experience with great opportunities to share my passion for paper cutting. A man from China was intrigued with my process. We exchanged knowledge on the history of Chinease and German paper cutting. A family from India stopped to learn new techniques and tools their daughter could explore- she is quite the artist. A little guy named Diego started with questions and ended with statements more thoughtful and intelligent than some adults. A very satisfying and successful weekend. A big THANK YOU to my friends for your support.


Permanent Display, Avera Helmsley Center, Pierre SD





One Fine Day for a Nap was purchased by the Avera St. Mary's Hospital and recently took its place on the wall of their Cancer Institute in Pierre SD.


My heart is delighted to know this charmer will be charming young and old.


Even on the darkest day, foxy can bring a smile.

Paper That Pops Exhibit and Demonstrations, December 27 - January 4, Denver Art Museum
"This was such a wonderful demo, and it was amazing to witness so many fantastic conversations. 
Your work was a real inspiration to our visitors."
 -Erin Cousins,
 Director of the Studio & Artists Programs

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As the featured artist, the experience was better than I could've imagined; 12 pieces on display, 
welcoming staff, meaningful interactions with guests, super flow of traffic and exciting energy!  
Special thanks to Erin Cousins.


The owl brought this mother over for a closer look.
We shared a pleasant conversation as he took flight.






Intrigued & intelligent, Maya & I had a lot to talk about.  We made stars twinkle & played a game with my portfolio. Foxy was ONE of her favorites. At the end, she surprised me with a paper cut.  I gave her a star I paper cut.  A gift for a gift. Thanks Maya.

 The kids were excited, which made me excited,
which made their parents cheer...
or was it the other way around? 
I was super excited, which made the kids excited, which made their parents cheer.  Any way you slice it, the energy was magnetic!


Kids and adults were drawn to these unique pieces that pop. Some had many questions. How do you get them so perfect? Do you put your design into a computer and use a laser cutter? Pointing to my hand and heart, I said, "It begins and ends here." I don't seek perfection. It doesn't exist in humans.
When my piece rings, 
my heart sings.


It was wonderful to have the support of a dear friend. Thank you Gutierrez family.

Paper that Pops Demonstration, Canyon Gallery- Boulder Public Library, November 12

Historic examples of Scherenschnitte and Fraktur

Foxy made the newspapers, article


Fortune Cookie 
AKA paper cut charm in jewelry box. 

I had someone from the audience choose a jewelry box- 6 in a row.

I opened it and showed them the charm, pulling the fortune out which asked a question.

It was my way of keeping the audience engaged & myself on track while getting to the heart.

Jolene and her daughter, Shaian, came to support. Jolene is a published author and good friend, website.
Thanks for the great photos Jolene!
3-D Valentine
After paper cutting and watercolor, 
we arrived at the finished product.

There are multiple examples of PA German Valentines from the 1800's that are circular in shape. This is my contemporary design which includes a poem.

Once Upon a Time Exhibit, Canyon Gallery- Boulder Public Library, November 2017

The reception, nicely attended, had a constant flow of traffic. Much interest, I enjoyed sharing my passion.

Illustrator and author, Roberta Collier- Morales, was the master-mind behind this show, first proposing it to the library and doing all the leg work to make it happen.

Thanks for this opportunity Bobbi! 

Receptions, True West Gallery, Santa Fe NM, July 27 and August 17, 2017

I loved sharing my passion with friends Kat, Art and Laura Ellerby. But it was poodle Pecos who stole the show.
Thanks for all your support.

National Award Winning bead work artist, Karen Beaver of the Yupik and Mandan tribes.
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Paper Cutting Demonstration, True West Gallery, Santa Fe NM, July 29- 30, 2017

It was a wonderful blessing to have my sister Susan Hudson drive 8 hours to support me, sharing beautiful words about life and dreams. An accomplished quilt ledger artist, she has won many national awards, article