Thursday, January 22, 2015

A view into the studio: Jan 2015

Working big, working small and working hard. Gearing up for a little show for the Alberta arts district monthly "Last Thursday" art walk!

So close!

Some inspiration

My lovely lovely kitten whom I miss dearly

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Call for Entry: Thirty Under 30

We welcome you to submit your work to our Thirty under 30 show! Accepting all mediums and scale! For those recent grads, take advantage of this! No commission and it is free to participate! Now go make something! 

Email entries to

  • JPGS 72 dpi, 1000 pixels on the shortest side

  • Limit is 3 works

  • Save files as lastname_firstname_entrynumber.jpg

  • Include an image list as a PDF with your full name, email, age, current city. In regards to the work include title, medium, edition, price, date and size. 

  • All media and sizes will be considered

Entry DEADLINE: FEB 20, 2015

Notification: MAR 6, 2015

Exhibition: MAR 27- APRIL 17

Location: ACME Art Studios, Wilmington, NC

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

A View From Above

Show announcement:

A View From Above
Recent Works

Aerial Landscapes by Sami Lee Woolhiser

Zuzu Gallery and Salon
1627 Northeast Alberta Street
Portland, OR 97211

Opening Reception: Last Thursday, January 29th, 6-9pm
The exhibition runs from January 29th - February 23rd, 2015. 
Limited edition prints will be available end of January!

You can support my work and check out my Patreon campaign at:

New Year, New toys, New work!

Hey everyone! I have a good feeling about 2015, the past 6 months or so have been a huge transition from graduation, into a new city, adjusting to a new  schedule and way of life beyond school. Here are some exciting new things happening!

A generous gift from a neighbor, a craftman table saw. This is so great! I can finally build my own stretchers at home!

A new investment: The shapeoko 3, a cnc mill. 
Now just look at this beautiful machine, if cnc is your thing then this may be the tool for you! I preordered mine! 

New work!
I have some paintings in progress, sculptures are still in sketch and planning phases. Finally I have taken the step up to push the scale of my work. I think it is working out well. 50x70 inches