I’m very excited to have 5 of my works on display at JRB for the month of December. All three pieces from the Price of a Divorce series (pictured above) and two of my monoprints from I’m Sorry were included. My work has never been displayed in a cabinet before, but I love how it […]
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, […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]
I’m so excited for this upcoming Fringe show! Kalee, Laura, Brooke, and I were grouped together for our similar themes of life, death, and the cycle of things, but also for a common organic aesthetic. The opening reception is February 6th from 6-10pm and we will have […]