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.Read More
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 passionate about these subjects and want to share them with the world. Although I have done some curation before it never has been on this scale with something so close to my heart.Read More
I recently got back from a week long artist research residency in Quebec Canada. It was a great experience but not nearly long enough. I am making this into two posts since there is a lot to share.Read More
In just a couple of days I am off to my biophilia residency in Quebec. I am really excited about it and can’t wait to learn, research and be inspired by all of the activities. I have decided to unplug for the week. Lately I have been feeling very overwhelmed by all of the information coming at me, it’s just too much. This residency is a perfect opportunity to get back to nature and really be present. So no social media, internet, laptop or TV for me. I am making an exception for my Kindle and Ipod. I can’t live without my music and books. Although this is not an art making residency (more for research and learning) I plan on doing a lot of writing and sketching. I will be bringing a small watercolor setup and a cyanotype making kit. Both are pretty small and require minimal setup.
I promise to share all of the details and images with everyone when I get back.