Teresa Sullivan at the Mesa Arts Center

I received a mailing from Teresa Sullivan notifying me of her upcoming exhibition at the Mesa Arts Center in Mesa, Arizona from January 22nd to March 14th. Entitled Station Identification, it is a solo exhibit narrating “the stories of people discovering their own special powers and abilities. From the super heroines found in comic books and science fiction novels to the real mentors in her life, the tiny, delicate beads that are used to create her pieces become transformed into bold, self supporting artworks.”

Teresa and I met at a Split Rock Arts session with Joyce Scott. I love how she’s incorporated what we learned in that week into her work.

2 thoughts on “Teresa Sullivan at the Mesa Arts Center”

  1. I love it when you post about upcoming exhibits.
    You really have your finger on the pulse of the bead society.
    I will happen to be in Mesa the third week in February, I have put it in my travel itinerary.

    1. Wow, Brenda, thank you! I’m really pleased that you will be able to see Teresa’s show. I read a lot of bead blogs, and if something is published in them, I do try to pass it on. I know there’s tons I miss though; shortly after I started beading, there was a show here that I found out about years after the fact. I think I worry I’ll “miss out” again. 🙂

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