I had a great time at Sonoma Cellar with all who showed up for the lovely reception, and there is still time to go see the art through November 20th. So if you’re out and about in Old Town Alexandria, definitely go check out the establishment and the art. Most of the art is upContinue reading “Artist Reception”
Hi Everyone, with the school year in full swing, I can finally get back to announcing shows and sharing some works in progress. It’s been a busy end of summer! First! If you haven’t made it out to the New Deal Cafe, I still have art exhibiting in it’s restaurant space. It’s really a sweetContinue reading “Closing and Opening”
In the last couple of weeks I’ve started a new series. I was inspired by letters! Someone posted a really interesting diagram on one of the social media outlets I am on, and -Bam- and idea! I decided to use this diagram as a way to create these “Topographic Frequencies”. I’m really interested in data,Continue reading “Topographic Frequencies”
July has zoomed past me, and I realized I didn’t post any pictures of the finished mural. It was a pleasure to work on, I had the best time. The heat was hard to beat at times, but with some lovely shade near by, I was able to find moments where I could rest, drinkContinue reading “Oh yeah, that mural”
Most of you know that when I got back from my Fulbright in India many opportunities opened up for me allowing to work on other projects I was passionate about. I am excited to share this blog post that we were asked to write for the Global Partnership for Education organization . What an amazing opportunity forContinue reading “ArtLight Guest Blogs!”
I’ve made some great strides in the mural, adding on different landmarks and symbols. Take a look. Keep in mind, it’s not finished, there will be changes, additions and details. This is so much fun.
I have made a few murals, but nothing compares to doing them outside. It’s a whole new game for me. I’ve been lucky these past few days – no rain, nice weather, shade. I can’t complain. This mural is being completed in a beautiful backyard in Washington, D.C. Of course it features the water bodiesContinue reading “Mural work”
If you have time and you’re in DC, I have a piece up in the Hill Center Galleries . It opens this Wednesday, and the show runs through September. It’s a really sweet spot, next to Eastern Market! The piece that is on view is called “Meander”. See a picture of it my gallery .
It’s sad to say goodbye to a place that has afforded me so much opportunity in the last year. I never would have expected to feel so connected to a place in such a short amount of time. Maybe it’s because it was truly a transition year for me. There was a lot of breakingContinue reading “Workhouse Arts Center”
This is just a quick note to let you know what I’ve been working on with some fellow Fulbright Alumni. We launched our non-profit organization, Artlight Global! We merge the fields of art and mathematics to improve learning and motivation for minority students! Check us out and share!