Two weeks ago I had the pleasure of leading a collagraph printmaking workshop for students at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. These creative students were a pleasure to work with; through teaching I always gather new inspiration. I will be back in Bradford next month to instal an exhibition with Tyler Nansen.
I am showing new work with some other awesome artists at Gallery One/Collective Works in Pittsburgh, PA. Please stop by the opening reception on Friday, September 20th, 6-9pm!
I am excited to share that I was recently accepted to the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh. AAP’s mission is to, “enhance the region's cultural vitality and promote visual arts excellence by showcasing artists' work through contemporary exhibitions, providing community-based education programs, and facilitating a broad dialogue to engage artists with one another and the community.” I am honored to be in the company of many excellent Pittsburgh artists!
Article about the exhibition in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette https://newsinteractive.post-gazette.com/associated-artists-pittsburgh-new-member-exhibition/
Last week I traveled to Stockton, CA to work with Studio Art and Design students at the University of the Pacific. In collaboration we created a printstillation in the school’s Design Building. Thank you to the U of P students for your creativity and hard work, and to the Department of Art and Graphic Design for inviting me to create this piece!
Migration in the Delta, 2019, screenprint installation, University of the Pacific’s Department of Art and Graphic Design, Stockton, CA
Each winter along the Pacific Flyway waterfowl, geese, shorebirds, and waterbirds migrate from Alaska, Canada, and Siberia to South America, and Patagonia. California’s Central Valley is a major throughway of this route; migrating birds join the resident species of the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta’s wetlands wintering sites. In Migration in the Delta the complex Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta offered aesthetic inspiration for a matrix of screenprints featuring water, which was then marked with rhythmic screenprints of bird species that visit the region each winter. Cumulatively this piece stands as reminder of movement and passage of time in nature while honoring the rich habitat thriving in California’s Sacramento Valley.
I am excited to have two prints in the Pittsburgh Print Group’s new members exhibition, UNBLURRED at PullProof Studio on 5112 Penn Ave. The show will be up March 1 - 24, stop by if you are in town!
opening reception March 1, 7-10pm.
Prints from my Shift series will be included in the Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Center for the Arts Members Exhibition, Distilled. Stop by the PF/PCA Gallery at 6300 5th Avenue between February 8th and March 10th to view this excellent exhibition.
opening reception: February 8th 5:30-9pm