All of my work is a spiritual connection with my life, which has gone through many changes and looks like a patchwork.  It is always an attempt to combine imagery and abstraction, an ongoing striving to communicate while going deeper.  

 

Since June 1 am no longer in my studio at the ELWright Building, as they evicted everyone to make the studios into residential units.  I have downsized amd moved my studio into my house at 1100 Hill Street, Hancock, MI 49930.  

 

Last year I sent my remaining oil paintings to the Stoplight Gallery   They will  remain there, as I can no longer use oil paint due to allergies to the paint.  However, many are still for sale.  Contact the gallery. 

406-479-3194

 

I also do a variety of other art forms, such as small sculptures and patched textiles. Currentlly I am experimenting with various forms of nontoxic media: acrylic, casein and egg tempera, as well as watercolor and color pencils.  Bird forms are emerging, as metaphors for peace.  I will put them online when they are ready.

 

I have decided that one way I can share my work is to have giclee prints made.  Many of the images that are of interest could possibly be made into an archival print, about 15x17", for $150.  Please email me if you are interested.  joycek@chartermi.net.

 

 

 



Links

www.upliving.com/joyce This website has an interview with me about my work and about an exhibition I curated for the Upper Peninsula Environmental Coalition.  It's a short video.

 

www.paigewiardgallery.com:  This is the local gallery in Calumet which handles my work.

 

www.IngridArtStudio.com Ingrid designed this and my previous website.  She is a gifted young artist from Romania who now lives in Lansing.

 

www.maggieparr.com   Maggie is my daughter, with a successful business as an artist in LA.

 

www.koskenmaki.com  This website leads you to my nephew Matt Koskenmaki, who is a gifted musician in Los Angeles, composing music for tv shows.





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