As 2010 comes to a close, I find myself looking back on an exciting year. Having left my full time job in April to focus on my art, I was able to accomplish much more in the last 8 months than in the previous year or two. I had the privilege of being part of a two-person show and am currently part of the SAQA Fiber Celebration show in Chappaqua, NY. I have had some interesting commissions for Judaica pieces. And I have been able to create several new pieces for both my liturgy and social justice series as well as some other pieces.
Even more exciting than the year past, however, is the year ahead. I am just about ready to start the installation piece on homelessness and I’ll be making two chuppot in the coming months – one for my own wedding! I’m also proud to have my Psukei D’Zimrah piece shown in the JWAN exhibition Sanctuaries in Time in NYC next month. And I’m excited about working with Marcia Annenberg to create a New York chapter of the Women’s Caucus for Art. It’s going to be a wonderful 2011 and I’ll be reporting on my progress as the days go by.