From the studio...

Let's work together to fight climate change:

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Big news: From now until December 2020 – 50% of the sale of my original paintings will go towards the not for profit: One Tree Planted Why December 2020? Because what we thought we had 12 years to save the planet but scientists are now saying it’s only 18 months. So now is the time to get to work. Why One Tree Planted? Each dollar goes to planting trees ($1 = 1 new tree). And tress, according to a Swiss study, are the way we can stop climate change from getting worse.

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Photos from the Third Thursday Show in July

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Join me next Thursday...

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Join me at: The Danon Gallery 3rd Thursday Gallery Show Thursday, July 19, 2018 Featuring Jason Fricke and Elisa Ann Lindstrom 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM 1810 Central Street (just east of Green Bay Rd.) Evanston, IL 60201, USA

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From last weeks Evanston Made Group Show Opening Reception

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Wow. Last weeks Opening Reception for the Evanston Made Group Show was packed. I don't remember quite as big a turn out last year. It was fun and I'm so glad I participated again this year. It's so great to see the community come together and support local artists. It was also fun to see the completely different types of art that is created in this little city. If you are in the area, be sure to stop by. Evanston Made Group Show - June 1 - 30 Evanston Made Pop Up Gallery & Store - June 1 - 20...

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Low Tide

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  One morning, a few years ago, I was walking along the beach in Maine and noticed how dramatic the ocean is, especially during low tide. It was so bare and quiet but in just a few hours, the same area would be completely filled with water again. All of the rocks and little pools that dotted the sand would be hidden. I wanted to capture the time when the ocean pulls away to really observe what is left. This piece is from a photo I took during that walk. I choose to paint/draw on maple board for this painting...

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