Lots of people on social media comment about how much they love seeing my process. I like to take photos as I create art because I can go back and reference how I created something. This one took a lot of (gross) math.
I have a new body of work that will be on exhibit at Cool Moose Cafe in Jacksonville, FL from Feburary 12th – March 9th
Finding inspiration isn’t difficult when you are constantly awed. As most of you know I spent my Summer as an art resident in North Carolina. I was there for 6 weeks. After being home for almost two months I find myself lured out of the state yet again. A death of a family member recently […]
Roaming mountain trails this summer I discovered the serenity that comes with in the simplicity of nature. I couldn’t help but collect the shells left behind Using encaustic, I sealed the collected botanicals on reclaimed wood. This is a photo of the first 3 pieces in this series that sold.
Limited Edition Prints 5×5 | Matte Finish | Thin White Border | Thick Archival Quality Paper $8 for 1 $15 for 2 $20 for 3 Please email me if you’d like to reserve your prints [email protected]
“Dream Sequence” Mixed Media (18×16)
Last week I participated in a class to learn Gyotaku printing. I used a real octopus. I got a scan of the original today and I’m working on ideas for prints.
I recently worked on an unusual abstract piece for an upcoming exhibit titled “Prescribed Expression”. The opening for this event is Wednesday, May 2nd. Opening remarks begin at 6:30PM. A friend helped me build the top part of the tapestry. I carefully picked out the wood I’d use and I love how perfectly it matches. […]
*UPDATE* I’m going to Penland! Thanks to donations of friends and family, I raised the money! At the end of 2016 I decided to commit myself to growing as an artist. Since then I’ve worked really hard to stretch myself and grow in ways I never imagined. Here’s a sample of my work from the […]