bio + cv
I have made my way in the world as a studio artist and a designer in the field of public art.
In the studio, in addition to drawing, painting, and making objects, I use a clay printing technique that I have developed and refined. I carve the surface of a clay slab, then print with oil-based inks.
My work has been shown nationally in galleries and is in diverse collections such as MICROSOFT and the Fundacion Altos de Chavon in the Dominican Republic. I have created public artworks for libraries, hospitals, parks, light rail, and public utility facilities in Washington, Oregon, California, Minnesota and Texas. The overlapping worlds of nature and human habitation on earth is what interests me, particularly the delicate, off kilter moment we currently reside in.
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Elizabet Ney Museum
The Path I Took
Austin, TX 2023
Skagit, WA 2019
2 person exhibit w/ Marianne Pulfer
Guanajuato, Guanajuato, MX 2018
Crit Group Show
Austin, TX 2017
Botanical Research Institute of Texas
CALL and RESPONSE, Solo work & collaborations
Carol Ivey, Fort Worth, TX 2016
Texas A&M International University
Laredo, TX Show and Residency 2015
Yard Dog Gallery
Austin, TX 2013
Grover Thurston Gallery
Seattle, WA 2011, 2009, 2007
Reverse Cornucopia Enamel panels for the City of San Antonio Southeast Service Center, TX 2017
Nectar Corridor Screens and terrazzo for light rail platform Phoenix AZ 2015
Bract 6 connected works for University Health System, San Antonio 2013
Midas Fence Iron railing with etched bronze overlays for light rail platform Minneapolis, MN 2010
High Water Mark Stainless fencing with porcelain enamel images Austin, TX 2010
Oak Branch Lullaby Steel wall pieces Legacy Medical Center Portland , OR 2012
projects & awards
Founder/Teacher: ART TENT
Art Educator of the year 2016, Awarded by McNay Art Museum San Antonio, TX for Art Tent.
Classes in visual art/design & cooking for incarcerated youth.
Research Residency, WINTERTHUR ARCHIVE & MUSEUM
Winterthur, Delaware 1997
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