Journeys Onward

April 29 through May 27th, 2017
Hygienic Art Gallery
79 Bank Street
New London, CT 06320

The “Journeys Onward” exhibition of 2D and 3D artworks, accompanied by the artists’ written words, reflects the military experiences of veterans or their family members. It creates an opportunity and forum for artists to share a personal expression of their past journeys, and those that may take them onward. Many veterans and their families want to tell their stories, but those conversations can be difficult to start. Often, art can be the starting place.

My textile art The Other Woman, Suck It UpAbsence II, Home Fires, and Unraveling (all of which can be found under The Army Wife within the Galleries tab above) will be part of this group exhibit.

The Other Woman

The Other Woman

Patchwork Pundits Take on Politics
The Presidential Quilt Project

October 28th, 2016 – January 21st, 2017
The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum
200 Violet Street; Suite 140
Golden, CO 80401

“War Sucks,” the quilt that jump-started my Army Wife series and eventual social commentary quilts will be a part of this timely exhibit.


RMQM celebrates voters’ individualism through a display of politically themed quilts submitted by quilt community members from all over the country.  This exhibit brings political views, patriotic values, and social issues to light through quilt art in this election year.

The Presidential Quilt Project, curated by Sue Reich, will accompany RMQM’s Patchwork Pundits exhibit.  From the presidencies of George Washington through Barack Obama, the quilts help us enjoy American History and reflect on how quilt history has chosen to remember the U.S. Presidents. This exhibit of forty-three quilts represents each of the United States presidents to date.  RMQM is excited to host this beautiful and patriotic collection.


Stories of Migration

April 16th – September 4th, 2016
The Textile Museum
701 21st Street, NW
Washington, DC

I am honored to have had my newest artwork, Home is Where The Army Sends Us accepted into this ground breaking exhibition.

Housed in the new George Washington University museum, The Textile Museum is hosting a juried exhibition in collaboration with SAQA, Stories of Migration: Contemporary Artists Interpret Diaspora. Works will include 3-D pieces, large installations, and video.


Support and Defend: Art Relevant to the Veteran Experience

April 1 – May 29, 2016
Open Thursday and Friday afternoons
Opening reception April 14, 5:30 – 8:00 pm
The VETS Gallery
One Avenue of the Arts, Providence, RI 02906
Sponsored by Art League of Rhode Island


The Army Wife: Home Fires (my very favorite of my apron series) has been chosen to be part of Support and Defend at The Art League of Rhode Island.

The exhibit is all about providing a way for U.S. Armed Forces veteran artists, currently serving or separated, and their immediate families, to share their military or veteran experiences through their own art, and to express its meaning to them in their own words. Every member of the U.S. Armed Forces takes an oath that includes the phrase “support and defend.”  For veterans and their family members, the experiences that follow that oath are specific to each individual and may be hard to grasp for those outside the Armed Forces community. Many of those experiences are complex and enduring–perhaps lifelong. This exhibition of 2D and 3D artworks, accompanied by the artists’ written words, will reflect the military experiences of veterans or their family members and create an opportunity and forum for artists to share a personal expression of that experience. Many veterans and their families want to tell their stories, but those conversations can be difficult to start. Often, art can be the starting place.


An Exhibition and Sale of the Handmade

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Pelham Art Center
155 Fifth Ave
Pelham, NY 10803

Free opening reception and all-age hands-on craft workshop:
Friday, November 13, 6:30-8:00PM

15% Member Discount Sale:
December 1 – December 5, 2015

A dynamic collection of quality handmade work will be on display and for sale, at the Pelham Art Center’s annual exhibition, Craft-Tastic, from Friday, November 13, 2015 to Saturday, January 2, 2016. Blown glass, woodwork, and dyed leather creations will be included among the many skilled craft disciplines. Craft-Tastic will feature 22 local and national artists who represent a range of traditional and modified craft techniques, creating all one-of-a-kind items. Supporting both local economy and artisans alike, the exhibition is a positive alternative to commercial holiday shopping. A hand-cut paper collage print, a wood and stone necklace or a naturally dyed silk scarf could be a unique and perfect gift for someone special.

The opening reception will include a free all-ages hands-on craft workshop on Friday, November 13 from 6:30-8:00pm. Pelham Art Center members will receive a 15% discount on all Craft-Tastic gallery sales during a special Members’ Holiday Sale, December 1-5. Anyone can become a member of Pelham Art Center at any time.

Craft-Tastic is curated by Kate Amato, the Gallery and Public Program Manager at Pelham Art Center and Gail Heidel.

Mindy Ackerman (NY) , Shea Bartel (NY), Mayuko Fujino (NY), Lisa Giobbi (NY), MaryLouise Gladstone, MLV Designs (NY), Sarah Grange (NY), Heather Gray (MA), Jim Gubernic (MN), Amos Paul Kennedy (MI), Kristin LaFlamme (OR), David Licata (NY), Loop of the Loom (NY), Juliet Martin (NY), Maureen McCourt (CA), Virginia Piazza (NY), Jennifer Priebe, Park & Young (NY), Risa’s Pieces Jewelry (NY), Elena Rosenberg (NY), Pamela Sabroso & Alison Siegal (NY), Avery Syrig (NY), Kim Tinsley(NY)


The Gloaming

June 2nd – 30th, 2015
Etui Fiber Arts
2106 Boston Post Road
Larchmont, NY

The Gloaming is a presentation of contemporary art, inspired by the magical time betwixt day and night, eliciting myriad transitions. The art is manifested in fiber-based media, from cloth to paper and plastic, in sizes large and small.

The five artists in this group show hail from across the United States. They initially came to know one another through artist groups on the internet; later, more personal conversations ensued and friendships were born. This is the group’s first collaborative exhibition though individually, each artist has shown work in juried art exhibitions and been published.

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Quilt National

May 23rd – September 7th, 2015
Dairy Barn Arts Center
8000 Dairy Lane
Athens, OH


‘Murica, from my Security Blanket series, is part of Quilt National ’15, the nineteenth international juried competition for new, innovative quilts.

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Homefront & Downrange


June 5th – July 10th, 2015
Arts Council of Moore County
Campbell House
482 East Connecticut Avenue
Southern Pines, NC 28387

Using art as a catalyst for conversation, reflection, discovery, and education, HOMEFRONT & DOWNRANGE will take a deep and personal look at many aspects of military life:

An Army wife’s story through narrative textiles by Kristin La Flamme; A soldier’s story through photographs by Hunter Rudd; The story of returning home from combat through artwork selected from the Combat Paper Project; The story of military children through artwork selected by the Military Child Education Coalition.


Privacy in America

A group show at McGuffey Art Center. Two of my Security Blankets are included in this thought provoking exhibit.

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Life Drawing: Theme and Variation

February 1st – March 1st, 2015
McGuffey Art Center
201 2nd Street
Charlottesville, VA

Figure drawings from all FOUR of the life drawing sessions held at McGuffey Art Center. I have five drawings (one stitched) in the show

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Artworks from my Army Wife and Americana Series at Etui Fiber Arts

Home Fires at Etui


Life Drawing at Yellow Cardinal Gallery

A great variety of figure drawings and paintings including three of mine.


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Art Fundraiser at McGuffey Art Center

November 4th – 23rd, 2014
McGuffey Art Center
201 2nd Street
Charlottesville, VA

A great variety of art from local artists including two mixed media pieces from me.

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Small Wonders at Etui


Regional SAQA exhibit

Living With Art: Real Art for Real People


Roots to Grow and Rooted VII: Aquifer are featured, among many other wonderful works from artists in the WV/DC/MD and VA/NC regions.
March through June, 2014
Washington Technology Park in Chantilly, VA



Best of Show at Art Quilt Elements 2014
March 23 – May 3, 2014
Wayne, PA




Figure Drawings


March 2014
Derriérre de Soie
105 E Main Street
Charlottesville, VA

Enjoy the drawings and pick up something silky too!


Theme and Variation
Life Drawing at McGuffey Art Center

February 4th – March 2, 2014
McGuffey Art Center
201 2nd Street
Charlottesville, VA

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McGuffey New Members Show

December 31st – February 2, 2014
McGuffey Art Center
201 2nd Street
Charlottesville, VA


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at Mancuso’s Pacific International Quilt Festival XXII

October 17 – 20, 2013

Santa Clara, CA




 The Army Wife

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