I am so thrilled to share that I have received the Awesome Foundation Grant for Arousing Biophila an international group art exhibition that I am curating.
After a really inspiring artist research residency this past June I wanted to further explore the idea of art, nature and science and also push myself to do something different and new. So after some brainstorming and talking with great artist friends I decided that I wanted to curate an art exhibition. I am really […]
I am happy to share that you can now find my artwork in two new Bay Area locations. Secession Art and Design in San Francisco and Golden Moon Gallery in San Mateo. They are both really amazing spaces that believe in and support artists. Golden Moon Gallery Secession Art and Design
I am thrilled and flattered to be a part of the list “10 Emerging Contemporary Artists from San Jose to Know” by the website Culture Trip. San Jose is often praised for its contributions to technology, but it’s also home to a plethora of creative types. The city’s flourishing artist community draws in talents from […]
I wanted to write about my recent artist residency while still fresh in my mind. Parts of it are already starting to lose their shine and fade away as I slip back into the routine of daily life. I spent 8 days at the Ayatana Research Residency in Chelsea Quebec. The theme of the residency […]
stARTup Art Fair in San Francisco was a big success! Over the course of the 3-day event, my exhibition partner, Christine Rasmussen and I talked to almost 1,000 people, gave out hundreds of cards and sold several of our paintings. Check out the video and event photo slideshow below to get an idea of our exhibition and the before-and-after. […]
Do you have little ones! I will be at the Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose on Sunday May 21st from 11-4pm for a meet the artist event. I will be teaching children 4 and up about encaustic, using earth friendly materials and how to make artwork that looks like mine. Drop in anytime, it’s […]
Last year I participated in a really great art & science residency in Quebec. Ayatana Artists’ Research Program is a Canadian, artist run, residency dedicated to encouraging visiting artists to engage in hands on research and adventure.
I was recently featured on Ugallery.com, they wrote a really wonderful article about me and my artwork. Here is an excerpt.
It was not what the papers said, but rather, it was the papers’ existence that made them so unusual.
I’m thrilled to have been selected by a prestigious panel of art professionals for the stARTup Art Fair in San Francisco, April 28-30. It is a huge honor to be chosen out of a record number of applicants this year. This 3-day event is a rare opportunity for independent artists to exhibit in an Art Fair setting. I will be exhibiting with my friend and colleague Christine Rasmussen.