Unititled   (Wall of Women) , 2017, acrylic on canvas, dimensions variable approx. 13’ x 18’ x 4’  The installation came out of a daily practice of self-portraits to explore drawing and presence in everyday life. The drawings are made in small notebooks then projected large on unstretched pieces of canvas and collectively hung to create the installation.

Unititled (Wall of Women), 2017, acrylic on canvas, dimensions variable approx. 13’ x 18’ x 4’

The installation came out of a daily practice of self-portraits to explore drawing and presence in everyday life. The drawings are made in small notebooks then projected large on unstretched pieces of canvas and collectively hung to create the installation.

  Unititled (Wall of Women), detail,  2017, acrylic on canvas, dimensions variable approx. 13’ x 18’ x 4’

Unititled (Wall of Women), detail, 2017, acrylic on canvas, dimensions variable approx. 13’ x 18’ x 4’

  Unititled (Wall of Women),  detail,    2017, acrylic on canvas, dimensions variable approx. 13’ x 18’ x 4’

Unititled (Wall of Women), detail,  2017, acrylic on canvas, dimensions variable approx. 13’ x 18’ x 4’

  Self-Portrait (Neck Stretch) , 2017, oil on canvas, 18” x 22”  Created alongside the daily figure self-portraits, these paintings explore paint and selfhood, a woman regarding herself. This painting series links with my current graduate school research and writing about women painters and self-portraiture including Alice Neel, Chantal Joffe and Emilie Charmy among others.

Self-Portrait (Neck Stretch), 2017, oil on canvas, 18” x 22”

Created alongside the daily figure self-portraits, these paintings explore paint and selfhood, a woman regarding herself. This painting series links with my current graduate school research and writing about women painters and self-portraiture including Alice Neel, Chantal Joffe and Emilie Charmy among others.

  Self-Portrait (X) , 2017, oil and acrylic on canvas, 30” x 24”

Self-Portrait (X), 2017, oil and acrylic on canvas, 30” x 24”

  WHY , 2016, acrylic on canvas, 6’ x 5’  This series of text paintings were inspired by an earlier installation excavating a personal history of meaningful and/or troubling text.

WHY, 2016, acrylic on canvas, 6’ x 5’

This series of text paintings were inspired by an earlier installation excavating a personal history of meaningful and/or troubling text.

  JUST WORDS , 2016, acrylic on canvas, 6’ x 5’

JUST WORDS, 2016, acrylic on canvas, 6’ x 5’

  Hiding in Plain Sight  solo exhibition installation, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA, 2017  This exhibition showed a series of seven text paintings.

Hiding in Plain Sight solo exhibition installation, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA, 2017

This exhibition showed a series of seven text paintings.

  Untitled (yellow painting) , 2017, acrylic and oil on canvas, 48" x 36"

Untitled (yellow painting), 2017, acrylic and oil on canvas, 48" x 36"

  Watching Water,  documentation of test performance, 2012-ongoing, participatory performance, Portreath Beach, Cornwall, UK   Watching Water  was exhibited in its conceptual form in 2008 and was further developed as a large-scale participatory drawing performance engaging regional partners including Portreath Community School and Cornwall College on the north Cornish coastline of England. The project is currently on hold as I pursue graduate studies.

Watching Water, documentation of test performance, 2012-ongoing, participatory performance, Portreath Beach, Cornwall, UK

Watching Water was exhibited in its conceptual form in 2008 and was further developed as a large-scale participatory drawing performance engaging regional partners including Portreath Community School and Cornwall College on the north Cornish coastline of England. The project is currently on hold as I pursue graduate studies.

  more than momentary: ENJOY , 2015, artists book, 66 pages, 6" x 7," documentation of participatory, curatorial project culminating in an exhibition in London, UK, 24 participants from US, UK and EU. Participants were lent one of my drawings and invited to curate it into their life for eight weeks then return it with a text of their reflections.

more than momentary: ENJOY, 2015, artists book, 66 pages, 6" x 7," documentation of participatory, curatorial project culminating in an exhibition in London, UK, 24 participants from US, UK and EU. Participants were lent one of my drawings and invited to curate it into their life for eight weeks then return it with a text of their reflections.

  Disrupted Drawing Small 14 , 2014, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper,14” x 12”   Disrupted Drawings  start with the slender support of rice paper then take on presence with successive layers of paint and the physical repurposing of the image through a process of breaking and repairing till the image rests in a concluding form. The whole series is comprised of 70 works some of which are held in collections in the US, UK and Japan. 

Disrupted Drawing Small 14, 2014, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper,14” x 12”

Disrupted Drawings start with the slender support of rice paper then take on presence with successive layers of paint and the physical repurposing of the image through a process of breaking and repairing till the image rests in a concluding form. The whole series is comprised of 70 works some of which are held in collections in the US, UK and Japan. 

 Part of  Disrupted Drawings  Installation at   Carroll and Sons Gallery, Boston, MA, 2015, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper, various sizes all approx. 18” x 12”  This installation of works was part of a solo exhibition at Carroll and Sons, the Boston gallery that represents my work.

Part of Disrupted Drawings Installation at Carroll and Sons Gallery, Boston, MA, 2015, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper, various sizes all approx. 18” x 12”

This installation of works was part of a solo exhibition at Carroll and Sons, the Boston gallery that represents my work.

  Disrupted Drawing 3 , 2013, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper, 45” x 38”   

Disrupted Drawing 3, 2013, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper, 45” x 38”

 

  Disrupted Drawing 1,  detail, 2013, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper, 34.5 x 44”

Disrupted Drawing 1, detail, 2013, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper, 34.5 x 44”

  Biking in Berlin 10 , 2010, gouache and flashe on Berlin guidebook pages, 7.5” x 5.5”  The  Biking in Berlin  series of 99 color paintings on paper was inspired by a residency in Berlin funded by Spike Island Associates a large artists group I was part of in Bristol, UK. The works were shown in exhibitions in Boston, MA, and Berlin, Germany in 2012 and are held in many private and corporate collections. 

Biking in Berlin 10, 2010, gouache and flashe on Berlin guidebook pages, 7.5” x 5.5”

The Biking in Berlin series of 99 color paintings on paper was inspired by a residency in Berlin funded by Spike Island Associates a large artists group I was part of in Bristol, UK. The works were shown in exhibitions in Boston, MA, and Berlin, Germany in 2012 and are held in many private and corporate collections. 

  Shelf Pour , 2004, wood, poured paint, 6.5’ x 3’ x 1’  This work was created on-site at the Duxbury Art Complex Museum in Massachusetts as part of a solo exhibition.

Shelf Pour, 2004, wood, poured paint, 6.5’ x 3’ x 1’

This work was created on-site at the Duxbury Art Complex Museum in Massachusetts as part of a solo exhibition.

  Seep , 2004, wood, poured paint, vinyl flooring, 12’ x 15’ x 10’  Seep was created on-site at the Memphis College of Art as part of a two-week residency which included lecturing and giving critiques in individual studio visits. The exhibition was entitled  Seamless  and included Amy Sillman, James Siena and Dan Devening among others.

Seep, 2004, wood, poured paint, vinyl flooring, 12’ x 15’ x 10’

Seep was created on-site at the Memphis College of Art as part of a two-week residency which included lecturing and giving critiques in individual studio visits. The exhibition was entitled Seamless and included Amy Sillman, James Siena and Dan Devening among others.

  Hanging Drawing (20 successive drawings, unique and unrehearsed) , 2015, participatory performance work plus kit including archival box, physical drawing line, 30 pins, instructions, edition of 15  This work has been shown and performed in Boston, Charlottesville and London. The participants follow a simple set of instructions to take brief actions to form a set of 20 drawings in succession. The drawing process is on view for gallery visitors to witness.

Hanging Drawing (20 successive drawings, unique and unrehearsed), 2015, participatory performance work plus kit including archival box, physical drawing line, 30 pins, instructions, edition of 15

This work has been shown and performed in Boston, Charlottesville and London. The participants follow a simple set of instructions to take brief actions to form a set of 20 drawings in succession. The drawing process is on view for gallery visitors to witness.

  Hanging Drawing (Half-Drawn) , 2008, rope and wood shelf, dimensions variable approx. 15’ x 30’ x 8’  The  Hanging Drawing  series is an ongoing exploration of physical and collaborative approaches to drawing. This work is shown installed at Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA. This particular drawing was made by the curator of the exhibition following a set of instructions from the artist.

Hanging Drawing (Half-Drawn), 2008, rope and wood shelf, dimensions variable approx. 15’ x 30’ x 8’

The Hanging Drawing series is an ongoing exploration of physical and collaborative approaches to drawing. This work is shown installed at Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA. This particular drawing was made by the curator of the exhibition following a set of instructions from the artist.

  Unititled   (Wall of Women) , 2017, acrylic on canvas, dimensions variable approx. 13’ x 18’ x 4’  The installation came out of a daily practice of self-portraits to explore drawing and presence in everyday life. The drawings are made in small notebooks then projected large on unstretched pieces of canvas and collectively hung to create the installation.
  Unititled (Wall of Women), detail,  2017, acrylic on canvas, dimensions variable approx. 13’ x 18’ x 4’
  Unititled (Wall of Women),  detail,    2017, acrylic on canvas, dimensions variable approx. 13’ x 18’ x 4’
  Self-Portrait (Neck Stretch) , 2017, oil on canvas, 18” x 22”  Created alongside the daily figure self-portraits, these paintings explore paint and selfhood, a woman regarding herself. This painting series links with my current graduate school research and writing about women painters and self-portraiture including Alice Neel, Chantal Joffe and Emilie Charmy among others.
  Self-Portrait (X) , 2017, oil and acrylic on canvas, 30” x 24”
  WHY , 2016, acrylic on canvas, 6’ x 5’  This series of text paintings were inspired by an earlier installation excavating a personal history of meaningful and/or troubling text.
  JUST WORDS , 2016, acrylic on canvas, 6’ x 5’
  Hiding in Plain Sight  solo exhibition installation, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA, 2017  This exhibition showed a series of seven text paintings.
  Untitled (yellow painting) , 2017, acrylic and oil on canvas, 48" x 36"
  Watching Water,  documentation of test performance, 2012-ongoing, participatory performance, Portreath Beach, Cornwall, UK   Watching Water  was exhibited in its conceptual form in 2008 and was further developed as a large-scale participatory drawing performance engaging regional partners including Portreath Community School and Cornwall College on the north Cornish coastline of England. The project is currently on hold as I pursue graduate studies.
  more than momentary: ENJOY , 2015, artists book, 66 pages, 6" x 7," documentation of participatory, curatorial project culminating in an exhibition in London, UK, 24 participants from US, UK and EU. Participants were lent one of my drawings and invited to curate it into their life for eight weeks then return it with a text of their reflections.
  Disrupted Drawing Small 14 , 2014, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper,14” x 12”   Disrupted Drawings  start with the slender support of rice paper then take on presence with successive layers of paint and the physical repurposing of the image through a process of breaking and repairing till the image rests in a concluding form. The whole series is comprised of 70 works some of which are held in collections in the US, UK and Japan. 
 Part of  Disrupted Drawings  Installation at   Carroll and Sons Gallery, Boston, MA, 2015, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper, various sizes all approx. 18” x 12”  This installation of works was part of a solo exhibition at Carroll and Sons, the Boston gallery that represents my work.
  Disrupted Drawing 3 , 2013, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper, 45” x 38”   
  Disrupted Drawing 1,  detail, 2013, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper, 34.5 x 44”
  Biking in Berlin 10 , 2010, gouache and flashe on Berlin guidebook pages, 7.5” x 5.5”  The  Biking in Berlin  series of 99 color paintings on paper was inspired by a residency in Berlin funded by Spike Island Associates a large artists group I was part of in Bristol, UK. The works were shown in exhibitions in Boston, MA, and Berlin, Germany in 2012 and are held in many private and corporate collections. 
  Shelf Pour , 2004, wood, poured paint, 6.5’ x 3’ x 1’  This work was created on-site at the Duxbury Art Complex Museum in Massachusetts as part of a solo exhibition.
  Seep , 2004, wood, poured paint, vinyl flooring, 12’ x 15’ x 10’  Seep was created on-site at the Memphis College of Art as part of a two-week residency which included lecturing and giving critiques in individual studio visits. The exhibition was entitled  Seamless  and included Amy Sillman, James Siena and Dan Devening among others.
  Hanging Drawing (20 successive drawings, unique and unrehearsed) , 2015, participatory performance work plus kit including archival box, physical drawing line, 30 pins, instructions, edition of 15  This work has been shown and performed in Boston, Charlottesville and London. The participants follow a simple set of instructions to take brief actions to form a set of 20 drawings in succession. The drawing process is on view for gallery visitors to witness.
  Hanging Drawing (Half-Drawn) , 2008, rope and wood shelf, dimensions variable approx. 15’ x 30’ x 8’  The  Hanging Drawing  series is an ongoing exploration of physical and collaborative approaches to drawing. This work is shown installed at Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA. This particular drawing was made by the curator of the exhibition following a set of instructions from the artist.

Unititled (Wall of Women), 2017, acrylic on canvas, dimensions variable approx. 13’ x 18’ x 4’

The installation came out of a daily practice of self-portraits to explore drawing and presence in everyday life. The drawings are made in small notebooks then projected large on unstretched pieces of canvas and collectively hung to create the installation.

Unititled (Wall of Women), detail, 2017, acrylic on canvas, dimensions variable approx. 13’ x 18’ x 4’

Unititled (Wall of Women), detail,  2017, acrylic on canvas, dimensions variable approx. 13’ x 18’ x 4’

Self-Portrait (Neck Stretch), 2017, oil on canvas, 18” x 22”

Created alongside the daily figure self-portraits, these paintings explore paint and selfhood, a woman regarding herself. This painting series links with my current graduate school research and writing about women painters and self-portraiture including Alice Neel, Chantal Joffe and Emilie Charmy among others.

Self-Portrait (X), 2017, oil and acrylic on canvas, 30” x 24”

WHY, 2016, acrylic on canvas, 6’ x 5’

This series of text paintings were inspired by an earlier installation excavating a personal history of meaningful and/or troubling text.

JUST WORDS, 2016, acrylic on canvas, 6’ x 5’

Hiding in Plain Sight solo exhibition installation, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA, 2017

This exhibition showed a series of seven text paintings.

Untitled (yellow painting), 2017, acrylic and oil on canvas, 48" x 36"

Watching Water, documentation of test performance, 2012-ongoing, participatory performance, Portreath Beach, Cornwall, UK

Watching Water was exhibited in its conceptual form in 2008 and was further developed as a large-scale participatory drawing performance engaging regional partners including Portreath Community School and Cornwall College on the north Cornish coastline of England. The project is currently on hold as I pursue graduate studies.

more than momentary: ENJOY, 2015, artists book, 66 pages, 6" x 7," documentation of participatory, curatorial project culminating in an exhibition in London, UK, 24 participants from US, UK and EU. Participants were lent one of my drawings and invited to curate it into their life for eight weeks then return it with a text of their reflections.

Disrupted Drawing Small 14, 2014, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper,14” x 12”

Disrupted Drawings start with the slender support of rice paper then take on presence with successive layers of paint and the physical repurposing of the image through a process of breaking and repairing till the image rests in a concluding form. The whole series is comprised of 70 works some of which are held in collections in the US, UK and Japan. 

Part of Disrupted Drawings Installation at Carroll and Sons Gallery, Boston, MA, 2015, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper, various sizes all approx. 18” x 12”

This installation of works was part of a solo exhibition at Carroll and Sons, the Boston gallery that represents my work.

Disrupted Drawing 3, 2013, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper, 45” x 38”

 

Disrupted Drawing 1, detail, 2013, acrylic, gouache, and gesso on rice paper, 34.5 x 44”

Biking in Berlin 10, 2010, gouache and flashe on Berlin guidebook pages, 7.5” x 5.5”

The Biking in Berlin series of 99 color paintings on paper was inspired by a residency in Berlin funded by Spike Island Associates a large artists group I was part of in Bristol, UK. The works were shown in exhibitions in Boston, MA, and Berlin, Germany in 2012 and are held in many private and corporate collections. 

Shelf Pour, 2004, wood, poured paint, 6.5’ x 3’ x 1’

This work was created on-site at the Duxbury Art Complex Museum in Massachusetts as part of a solo exhibition.

Seep, 2004, wood, poured paint, vinyl flooring, 12’ x 15’ x 10’

Seep was created on-site at the Memphis College of Art as part of a two-week residency which included lecturing and giving critiques in individual studio visits. The exhibition was entitled Seamless and included Amy Sillman, James Siena and Dan Devening among others.

Hanging Drawing (20 successive drawings, unique and unrehearsed), 2015, participatory performance work plus kit including archival box, physical drawing line, 30 pins, instructions, edition of 15

This work has been shown and performed in Boston, Charlottesville and London. The participants follow a simple set of instructions to take brief actions to form a set of 20 drawings in succession. The drawing process is on view for gallery visitors to witness.

Hanging Drawing (Half-Drawn), 2008, rope and wood shelf, dimensions variable approx. 15’ x 30’ x 8’

The Hanging Drawing series is an ongoing exploration of physical and collaborative approaches to drawing. This work is shown installed at Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA. This particular drawing was made by the curator of the exhibition following a set of instructions from the artist.

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