My new piece, Honeyoe (vanitas bite), will be in the artsdepot OPEN this summer.
My painting, Rainbow Bridge is far away, is part of IN THE SPIRIT at the Washington State Historical Society in Tacoma.
Three of my pieces will be at the artsdepot for 2017 Open in the Apthorp Gallery. The artsdepot shares Nether Street with me. It’ll be exciting to walk down and see my work.
I am pleased to share that my painting, Driveway, will be part of the exhibition Going Home at the Foundry Art Centre in St. Charles, MO, for November and December of 2015.
My piece, Navajo on the go, was part of the exhibition IN THE SPIRIT at the Washington State Historical Society in Tacoma, WA.
I am pleased to announce that my work will be featured in the Bedford Gallery’s juried exhibition, Botanica.
Thank you to everyone who came out for Hero Twins!
Thursday, May 15, 2014, 6 – 10 PM
My work will be included in the 27th Annual Barclay Simpson Award Exhibition.
I am truly honored to be included, along with Diedrick Brackens and Omar El Mismar, as a recipient of the annual Barclay Simpson Prize.
I'm very pleased to share that I will be included in Expulsion, an exhibition put on by SFiCA.
I’ve been paired with a great undergraduate painter, Lucia Dill. Come by to see her two paintings paired with my own.
Each artist’s studio practice shares an interest in the intersection between painting and photography, both as a medium and an artifact. Pairing these forms with highly personal subject matter, the exhibited works are a study in the issues and implications of nostalgia.
My mug, my words, and my work are part of the local artists cover special in the Kentishtowner this month.
San Francisco Bay Area artist Serena Cole has organized an amazing zine, TAKEOVER, featuring artwork and thoughts on being female or genderqueer from 36 artists and 1 curator. I’m honored to be included.
I am honored that new work from my ongoing Postcard series will be in New American Paintings #127, the Pacific Coast issue.
The good people at Association, Vol. 8 have decided to include work from my series X-marks. Association is an annual publication of work and projects by Cornell University’s students, alumnae/i, and faculty.
New American Paintings has just contacted me to inform me that my work will be included in the Pacific Coast Issue, No. 115.
I had the privilege of visiting Lakwena Maciver’s studio last month. I wrote about our conversation for The Coastal Post.
I had the privilege of visiting the studio of another friend I made in Banff: Gabe Hill, who finds herself in my old stompin’ grounds of CCA’s MFA program.
My new article for The Coastal Post is hot off the presses! You can read my conversation with fellow CCA MFA alumna, Katie Dorame. We talk about science fiction, monsters, indigenous politics, and painting.
During my residency at the Banff Centre, I met three indigenous artists. Read my conversations with Alison Bremner, Carola Grahn, and Whess Harman in The Coastal Post.
In my latest article for The Coastal Post, I talk about my visit with Jillian Piccirilli in her Oakland studio.
I was excited to talk about the intersection of literature and story-telling with art-making.