Four pieces from my series Sweet Nothings are part of the show Formicidae at the Roy C. Moore Art Gallery at the University of North Georgia - opening tomorrow!
Since I just did a big redesign and did some housecleaning in the process, I wanted to re-post some of the work that is no longer elsewhere on the site, like these sports paintings from early 2012:
At the opening, with ice cream, a raffle and cotton candy!
A few installation shots from my recent opening at 5G North Gallery in Albuquerque - note the hand-painted signage!
My thesis show, Good & Plenty, opens tomorrow at 5G North Gallery in Albuquerque. I would love to see you there!
This is one of my favorite lithographs from the Tamarind collaborative class I took last spring. For some reason it never made it on to my site anywhere, so I thought I'd share it now.
We made the print using thermafax powder, the same heat-activated material used on your average business card. The powder was a bit old and unpredictable, but I love the raised surface and texture (apparent in the second detail image below) on the otherwise smooth print.
I also made one in plastic flamingo pink!
My photograph, Pink Frosted, is part of the REMARKABLE show at the Red Dot Gallery in Santa Fe presented by the New Mexico Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts and curated by Carolyn Kastner, associate curator at the Georgia O'keeffe Museum. The show runs November 16 - December 9 with a reception this Saturday from 2-4 (826 Canyon Rd).
If you're in Albuquerque come and see what everyone's been up to. My piece, Couples' Skate, is part of the Counterpoints/Counterparts exhibition as well!