UGallery Feature

UGallery Feature

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.

Adventures in Teaching

Adventures in Teaching

I spent the last 10 weeks teaching a wonderful teen workshop series at the Palo Alto Art Center. The program was titled Compose Yourself and gave students the opportunity to create a collection of visual and literary projects of their own design. They learned about methods in, dark room photography, papermaking, collage, drawing styles, encaustic, bookbinding, […]

Art and Grief

I was recently interview by Neville Harson LPC about art and grief. Grief comes in many shapes and sizes, and how grief is expressed can look very different from one person to the next.  Beware of anyone telling you specifically how you should or should not be grieving the loss of someone or something you […]

Looking Forward

I am extremely honored and excited to share that I have been invited to participate in the Triton Museum of Art’s exhibit “50 and Looking Forward…” I will be exhibiting 4 pieces from my new series including brand new  piece that has never been seem before. The opening reception is Friday May 15th 6pm-8pm The exhibit […]