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Listen to this podcast interview I did with Sara Marie Miller of Thyme in the Studio


Opening Friday, August 2, 2019 at JuiceBox Gallery, Denver, CO

As you find yourself in the verdant fields with the sun on your face

What happens when a rainbow turns into a field of flowers, or further a bouquet? We have come to a place where there is a recognition that sentient beings are more than just the human inhabitants of this plane. And even that, that narrow view is harmful to those very humans.  Everywhere one finds oneself, one is in a field of subjective multitudes.

Research has shown that spending time in a forest, in nature, has a positive health benefit. Moreover, having cut flowers in your environment has a beneficial health impact on the viewer. What about paintings of flowers?

Here we face the paintingness of these paintings. Flowers and landscapes yes, and marks, gestures, stains, colors and masking. There is representation and abstraction, gesture and description, everything is available. All of the paintings in AS YOU FIND YOURSELF IN THE VERDANT FIELDS WITH THE SUN ON YOUR FACE were made in 2019. It is the eighth month of that year.

What is the goal or hopes of the artist? To awaken a sense of the wonder of this world, of life, of nature. Painting as a recognition of ourselves, each one of us, humans, in, embedded within an ecology, a shimmering existence.

Canvas to Cuff at Walters and Hogsett Jewelers

Gallery Night Friday, April 19 4:30-6:30pm

My Shore, My Sounds, My Earth, My Place
My Shore, My Sounds, My Earth, My Place, 2015, Acrylic on Oak Panel; 24 x 32”


Canvas to Cuff provides Boulder professional and student painters the opportunity to have their original artwork replicated on an ÉVOCATEUR gold leaf cuff.

Winning designs will be inducted into the Walters & Hogsett Boulder Artist Series. Winning artists will receive an ÉVOCATEUR cuff with their artwork and share in the proceeds of every future sale online or in-store!


A group show at MEGAFAUNA Curated by Alex Hall

Opening Friday, February 15, 2019 6-9pm

Featuring works with watercolor, acrylic, photography and oil paints by Moe Gram, Jennifer Lord, Felicia Mora and Alexander Hall

February 14 – March 9, 2019

Featured Event First Friday March 1, 2-9pm including activations, networking and holistic practice by Cultural Arts United


SOLILOQUY at ALTO GALLERY Curated by Eric Anderson

November, 2 – 3, 2018

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IKENOBO GRAND EXHIBITION: Life in Edo Japan – Flowers and Scroll Paintings from the 18th Century

October 20 – 21, 2018

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Canyon Gallery. 1001 Arapahoe Ave Boulder, CO


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Actually Painting, works by Jennifer Lord, is a counterpoint to Basically Painting, an exhibit that centers around digital painting, but with a turn toward / away from what that normally evokes. Read more here.

Welcome Earth Dog, new works on view at Boulder Shambhala Center

February 15 – March 30, 2018

Closing Reception Thursday, March 29, 2018 5:30-7:30pm

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Installation view Every Extinct Bird and Light of Trinity: July 16, 1945, both works 24 x 32”


2018 annual Sogetsu Ikebana Show


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Jennifer Lord, “Subtle Spring”, 2018

Article in the Denver Post on the show

Handmade Journals @ MAIN

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Handmade Journal workshop I taught for Teens at the Boulder Public Library; Thursday, March 15, 2018 from 4:30-6:00pm.

Secret Third collaboration in Reality Beach Issue Five

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The Passage of Light Can Be Bent

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Jennifer Lord, Butoh-ha site specific installation, scrolls and ikebana
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Noah Travis Phillips, Flies, multi-media performance lecture

Building Mountain Water


9th annual TITWRENCH fest Qigong Five Animal Playtime, a workshop I taught, August 26, 2017


For further information about ongoing T’ai Chi Ch’uan classes I instruct, visit Rocky Mountain T’ai Chi Ch’aun.