East 35th Street House Show

Originally posted on the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition Blog Blending the practices of house concerts and popup art shows in alternative spaces commonly found in urban areas, East 35th Street House Show aims to bridge the gap between the music and visual arts community in Tulsa while simultaneously taking art out of the white cube, […]

FiberWorks Award of Merit

I’m so pleased and excited to be a recipient of one of the awards in FiberWorks chosen by the curator and juror, Lindsay Ketterer Gates!   In her walk through talk, she stated that she chose the work because like her own practice, it uses fiber techniques in a nonfiber medium.

FiberWorks 2015

I’m excited to announce that my three handkerchief pieces got into FiberWorks 2015, which will be at Living Arts in Tulsa June 5th to July 10th. FiberWorks is an annual juried exhibition of works that use fiber either in traditional or atypical ways. It’s an honor to show with some of the state’s best fiber […]

Fringe Annual Show

  Our annual group show is coming up! Art by myself and fellow Fringe members will be on display at The Project Box from May 1st to 30th. There will be an opening reception on May 1st from 6-10pm in conjunction with the Paseo Arts District First Friday art crawl. Unfortunately, I won’t be able […]


Sound and visual artist Jorge Bachman is Oklahoma State University Department of Art, Graphic Design, and Art History’s current visiting artist. In the spring semester of 2014 he will be teaching a multimedia art class for students, but his first visit on campus was a talk and demonstration titled Meanderings. At his talk he gave […]

Sharing a Process

Last month the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art officially opened to the public. For the opening there were two exhibits: a collection of process drawings from the architects and Highlights from the Permanent Collection. These exhibitions were to pay homage to the building’s history as a WPA post office and to show the building’s […]

Curating Visual Dialogues

The long awaited Oklahoma State University Museum of Art opened its doors to the public for the first time last night. When I first started at OSUMA as a Graduate Research Assistant, the collection was not even all in one organized location. It’s amazing that in just over a year we went from hunting down […]