I have renewed energy in 2015, focusing on inkjet prints of new cyanotype pieces. This new artwork has a botanical theme, with more complex compositions. I am hoping to exhibit the new pieces, as a body of work, in one or more national juried shows in the upcoming year. In the meantime, one of my cyanotype-on-silk pieces has been selected to be exhibited in Light Sensitive 2015, the annual juried exhibition of traditional and alternative photographic processes, at Art Intersection Gallery, Gilbert, Arizona. The juror for the show is Robert Hirsch, a well-known artist, curator, and author. The Exhibition is from March 7 through April 18, 2015. This is the third year in a row that my work has been selected to be exhibited in the Light Sensitive juried exhibitions. As noted previously, certain inkjet prints of my cyanotype-on-cotton pieces were exhibited, from November 1 through November 16, 2014, in the 18th Annual “Lines Into Shapes” National Juried Art Show & Sale, at the Art Center of Estes Park, Estes Park, Colorado.