My sculpture and installations explore memory, loss and my connections to nature. My collaborative work has recently been fueled by environmental concerns, particularly in relationship to climate change.
I am represented by Brenda Taylor Gallery in Boston, and Sidetracks Gallery in New Hope, Pennsylvania, and have an affiliation with LG Tripp Gallery in Philadelphia.
Recent Solo Exhibitions
- Ecotones: Grounding and A Tell of Grass, Arts Afield at MacLeish Field Station at Smith College, Northampton, MA.
- A Quick and Tragic Thaw, Ruffin Gallery at University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
- The Weight of Water, Cellini Gallery, Ambler, PA
- Yvonne Love, Hopper Magazine
- Alluvial, Gallery 221 at Brown University, Providence RI
- Alluvial Plain, Madelon Powers Gallery at East Stroudsburg University, Stroudsburg, PA
- Yvonne Love, Sidetracks Art Gallery, New Hope, PA
- The Naming of Islands, LG Tripp Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Webinar with Jessica Rhode, Communication Officer Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (IARPC) and Martin Jeffries, PhD, Technical Director for Cold Regions Science and Engineering to discuss the myriad ways artists can partner with scientists to interpret and materialize their climate science data and to engage in collaboration in the field.
Introduction to Sculpture (ART 030)
Ideas as Objects (ART 111)
Beginning Sculpture (ART 230)
Intermediate Sculpture (ART 330)
The Body Issues and Objects (ART 338)
Installation ART (ART 431)
The Visual Arts in the Elementary School (A Ed 303)
2020-2021 Visiting Artist, Smith College
2017 Visiting Artist, East Stroudsburg University
2015 Visiting Artist, Brown University
2014 Diversity Award, Penn State Abington College
2012 Outstanding Teacher Award, Penn State Abington College
2008 Award For Distinguished Faculty Service, Penn State Abington College
MFA, University of Pennsylvania, Sculpture, 1994
BDAE, University of Florida (summa cum laude), 1990