June 22, 2017

I used to make messes. Big, chalky, painty messes. Now my mess is confined to a cutting mat or small cloth. Maybe growing beyond the chaos of youth, or surviving a failed relationship (or 6), has pushed me into this need to re-create patterns and find structure. Maybe...

July 8, 2016

I do not like to explain my work. Call it shyness or not wanting to appear vain or not wanting to come off as an obnoxious artist going around being too deep about their work. But this one, this one I'd like to talk about a little because today my country is causing me...

June 21, 2016

On Saturday, Seth and I travelled to Cumberland, MD to see my tiny tree art in the Allegany Arts Council Nature Art Exhibition.

I am a big softie for Cumberland. Like most everyone else from Maryland, I would travel with my parents to some point west and stare with wond...

June 17, 2016

(This one is for fellow artist and nature lover, Bridgette.)

In May of this year I, along with 14 or so others, finished our initial Master Naturalist training. During the two months of classes we learned about plants, birds, fish, insects, reptiles, amphibians, mammals...

June 8, 2016

 

 

I've begun work on a new Border Crossing. It is inspired by the simplicity of traditional Seminole Indian patterns and the complexity of some of the designs we often find in Mexico. In middle school, I had the privilege of participating in the creation, no, the reawa...

May 31, 2016

 

 

I've been really into patterns of late. I love their simplicity.  I love how when we view them they say something about who created it, where that person was from, and if they are with us still. Patterns are innately human and yet they are the stuff of nature. This c...

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