‘Weave’ at Grayduck Gallery

November 12, 2017 11:00 pm  /  Events

Weave, a solo exhibition of new work, will be on view at GrayDUCK Gallery, April 13 – May 20, 2018.  Please join us for the opening reception the evening of the 13th.

Weave, and affiliated dance performance and workshop, SEED/BED by Julie Nathanielsz, are part of world-renowned performing arts festival, Fusebox.

Additional related programs include, Root Branching, a poetry performance at The Contemporary’s Laguna Gloria, May 5th with Jade Abner, Beverly Bajema and Lisa Hayes, and a free workshop exploring multi-dimensional color with artist and color theory lecturer Luanne Stovall, at Grayduck Gallery on May 12.

 

Line Hotel Commission

November 12, 2017 10:52 pm  /  Press & News

The luxury boutique hotel, The Line, recently commissioned new work for its guest rooms, including Blossom (seen below)

 

Honored to be reading along with ena ganguly, Zan de Parry, Arati Warrier at GrayDUCK.

 

Untitled, a work created as a private commission, and made on the client’s beautiful greenbelt property, of a Rusty Blackhaw Viburnum tree,  will be shown publicly at The Long Center’s gallery this spring before going to its permanent home.

Electric Blue Flowers at Phoenix Art Museum

January 3, 2017 11:40 am  /  Events, writing  /  

essays and photographs on Phenomenology & Photography

Electric Blue Flowers is part of the In Focus exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum.  Curated by Joshua Chuang of NY Public Library, Rebecca Senf and April Watson.

On My Mind, Again at Southwest School of Art

September 22, 2016 4:23 pm  /  Events

Southwest School of Art

installation view

Grasses, no.1

September 9, 2016 2:42 pm  /  writing  /  , ,

grasses and weeds
behind the back fence
an image that returns in me

tall, lean
shards of light

grow
in as many as the fourth dimension

into 30 years later
their lives emerge

opening
clearing
space

Electric Blue Flowers

September 6, 2016 10:11 pm  /  Uncategorized  /  ,

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Electric Blue Flowers is in!

I’m especially excited about this project because it includes my writings and images together for the first time.

*Thanks City of Austin for funding it, and fluent~collaborative for sponsoring it.