Selected shows: 2006–2011

Mining Connections
Group Show for Chicago Artists Month
October 2011

Images Gallery
1823 W. Wilson Ave.
Chicago, IL 60640
www.images8.com

Friday September 30: Image's kick-off for Chicago Artists Month and for ArtWalk Ravenswood from 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm.

Saturday October 1 - Sunday October 2: Images will be open for ARTWalk Ravenswood on Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 am - 6:00 pm.

Science Class

Through Women's Eyes
Group Show by The Center for Photography at Madison
April 30th – June 30th, 2011

Oakwood Village West
Tabor Oaks Building
6201 Mineral Point Road
Madison, WI
www.cpmad.org

Throughout history women have influenced and played a significant role in photography. This exhibit honors the impact women have had on this medium in the past, and their influences that continue in the contemporary world.

The work of a number of women members of CPM is highlighted. Each has her own unique photographic style and voice.

Cranes and Conversations
Jill Metcoff and Diane Farris
October, 2008 – January, 2009

The Notebaert Nature Museum
2430 N. Cannon Drive
Chicago, IL 60614
773.755.5100
www.naturemuseum.org

We are photographers and friends who recently reconnected and discovered that our homes in Wisconsin and Florida have an unexpected and powerful connection: we dwell at the opposite ends of a Sandhill crane migration route. The cranes have become an important presence in each of our lives and photographic work. Our collaboration began in 2003 with photographic “migrations”, visiting and studying the connections between “home” and “away” for both the cranes and ourselves. This is the shape of our project: the particularity of place, Wisconsin and Florida, and the deep connection of each to the whole.

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Heating Up
Group Show at Evanston Art Center
October 5 – November 9, 2008

Evanston Art Center
2603 Sheridan Road
Evanston, Il 60201
847.475.5300
www.evanstonartcenter.org

“Heating Up” features a group of concerned artists who are responding to environmental challenges with creative and practical applications that educate and engage the public. The variety of their artworks shapes the cultural discourse by filtering information through their creators’ imaginations, transforming the generic or obscure into the tangible and relevant. The goal of “Heating Up” is to produce both dialog and a guide for active participation on behalf of protecting life on this amazing planet.

Renewal
Solo Exhibit at Independence Grove Forest Preserve
March 20 – July 20, 2008

Independence Grove Forest Preserve
Route 137 (Buckley Road) and Route 21 (Milwaukee Avenue)
Libertyville, Illinois
www.lcfpd.org

Sponsored by The Liberty Prairie Conservancy, PrairieFire Foundation and Lake County Forest Preserves

Fertile Flames
Prairie Burn Photographs
March 1 – April 28, 2007

University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum
1207 W. Seminole Highway
Madison, Wisconsin
www.uwarboretum.org

 

Waypoints
October 2006

Images Gallery
1823 W. Wilson Ave.
Chicago, IL 60640
www.images8.com

 

Photo Midwest
7 State Juried Exhibition
September 30 – November 7, 2006

Wisconsin Untion Galleries
UW Madison
Madison, Wisconsin
www.union.wisc.edu

 

Inside the Fence
Photographs of Badger Ammunition Plant
Summer 2006

Urban Ecology Center
Riverside Park
1500 E Park Place
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
urbanecologycenter.org

 

150 Photographs of Madison at 150
June – July 2006

Madison Municipal Building
215 Martin Luther King Boulevard
Madison, Wisconsin
www.cityofmadison.com

 

Wisconsin Landscapes
Jill Metcoff and Jamie Young
May 2006

Green Lantern Studios
Mineral Point, Wisconsin
www.greenlanternstudios.com

 

The Priaire Enthusiasts
Summer 2006

Traveling Exhibit
From Galena, Illinois, to several Wisconsin sites
www.theprairieenthusiasts.org

 
Current & Upcoming: 2016
Recent past: 2012–2015