Topographic Frequencies

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”

Show Opening

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 .

Not a new site, just a new look

As I navigate the world of social media and blogging, I am realizing I am not a blogger. I love to take pictures and I really enjoy writing small anecdotes.  So in between while you’re waiting for blog updates I encourage you to check out my twitter feed and my instagram posts. I’m really good at updatingContinue reading “Not a new site, just a new look”

An over due update

The wall has been going through some changes these last few weeks.  There’s been some problem solving, much needed breaks, and some breakthroughs.  I’m really having fun with this project and the idea has taken on a different kind of significance and study.  I feel like it’s moving forward. So with the much needed breaksContinue reading “An over due update”

What’s going on?

Well, I’ve been a bit too busy this past month. I’ve finished my pieces for a “Spotlight” show at the Workhouse Arts Center (18 pieces total).  I’ve been applying to shows all over the metro area, and I started a new part time teaching job. Needless to say, I’ve been neglectful of my blog.  I’mContinue reading “What’s going on?”

Making art in public

For so long I’ve been used to making art in the comfort of my own home. This year I’ve been offered the opportunity to take my art public.  It can be a bit daunting.  I’ve always thought it’s been important to make are for oneself, but I never really considered art for the masses.  EvenContinue reading “Making art in public”