paint, sculpt, make!



 Shows, sales and awards:

    2010     WDYDWYD? Exhibit at Burning Man 2010, juried

    2009    Hartsfeld- Jackson International Airport, Atlanta, GA

     ongoing:  Canton Town Hall

     2007    Art/Brockton, Driscoll Gallery

     2006    Women in the Arts, Driscoll Gallery

     2006    East Bridgewater Public Library

     2006     Explorations 2006, Akillian Gallery

     2006    Abington Public Library

     2005    Impressions - Expressions, Dorothy M. Woodward Gallery

     2005    Arts Affair on the Boardwalk, Quincy Marina Bay, Honorable Mention “Out of Reach”

     2005       Pembroke Arts Festival, juried. 

     2005       East Bridgewater Arts Festival. Juried , Honorable Mention “Peek-a-boo”

     2005   Stoughton Public Library

     2004      Arts Affair, Quincy Marina Bay

     2004      Pembroke Arts Festival , juried

     2004      Fuller Craft Museum, members show.

     2003      Fuller Art Museum, members show.

     2004      PCC June 1st place, “pcc lessons”

     1999   PCC May 1st place, “chaos”

     1999   PCC August, 3rd place “freedom”

     1999   PCC December


Press:  NY Times 7/17/05, view here or read a portion of the article at bottom of page.


TV Appearances:  Cronicle, Boston, MA  5/11/04


Crafts in Provincetown, Mass.


Published: July 17, 2005

At Womencrafts - a small, unassuming gray cottage in the heart of Provincetown that sells jewelry, books, music and gifts by women - girls rule, as one T-shirt says. "Everything is handcrafted," said Debbie Estevez, who has owned the shop with her partner Kathryn Livelli since 1999. "But we're not a gallery; it's more crafts as opposed to art." They purchase works from about 50 women around the country, ranging from 50-cent bumper stickers with slogans like "Real Women Drive Trucks" to a $900 opal and diamond ring.

One of the store's most popular items are wedding cake toppers of lesbian couples ($29.95; customized versions for $35) shaped from clay by Sharen Lindquist, who approached Ms. Estevez and Ms. Livelli last year, after Massachusetts started allowing same-sex marriage.