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Exhibition Statement

Nature has the incredible capacity to invoke deep introspection. It reveals us to ourselves. In my work I revisit moments experienced within nature and meditate on connections existing between myself and nature. The absence of color resonates the directness and sincerity essential to introspection. The monotype printing process allows me to create in a manner similar to that of nature itself: by adding and taking away.


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Thank You

Honored with awards the past few months from the Walnut Valley Festival Craft Fair, Winfield Art In The Park, and Summit Art Festival.  Thank you!

2016 Cherry Creek Arts Festival

I was honored to exhibit my work in the 2016 Cherry Creek Arts Festival in Denver, Colorado, at the beginning of July.  One of the highest ranked art festivals in the country, it featured over 260 juried artists, as well as many fine musicians, bands, and food vendors.  In my booth, I included  many never-before-exhibited works as well as a large, hanging inked monotype...

40th Anniversary Paseo Arts Festival

Over the past Memorial Day weekend, I had the honor of exhibiting my artwork at the 40th Anniversary Paseo Arts Festival in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  Located in the Paseo Arts District, there were 3 days of a variety of excellent musicians and bands, good food, large crowds of attendees, and excellent artwork.  The weather was great – a bit hot at times – but the severe weather stayed...

Wichita Eagle Article

An article about my work for Interpersonal was featured in the Wichita Eagle as well as online.  Check it out by clicking on the link below:...

Exhibition: Interpersonal

An exhibition of all new work, titled Interpersonal, will be on view at the Steckline Gallery at Newman University in Wichita, Kansas. The show opens Friday, January 29. A reception will be held on that day from 5pm – 7pm. I will be giving a talk about the work on Tuesday, February 2 for the Steckline Gallery’s Art for Lunch program. The program runs from noon – 1pm. Pictured is the exhibition announcement...