It was my honor to be invited to write about my process in the Greywood Arts online journal. I enjoyed a residency there in summer 2018, in beautiful Ireland.Read More
An ephemeral installation at Blackwood Canyon Creek near Lake Tahoe.
Attempts for Refuge Proved Futile. It has variable configurations based on site.
Cyncisim was shed like winter coats when the green appeared will be shown at the CICA Museum in South Korea in June in a Contemporary Landscape Exhibition. Very excited and learning about international shipping now.
I am reworking some of the varied edition of prints I made while at the Sustainable Arts Kala Foundation Grant. Feels good to work into these with mixed media.
I am so excited to be included in LandEscape Contemporary Art Review's Anniversary Issue. There will be 28 pages of an interview and images on my work. I will post information about how to get it when it is published.
Five of my installation pieces will be included in The Hud Gallery in Ventura, CA. in a show with nine artists titled
"To Sum Degree".
The Hud Gallery
1793 EAST MAIN STREET
MIDTOWN VENTURA, CALIFORNIA
OPENING RECEPTION - Saturday, May 14th 7-10pm.
May 14 - June 5 2016
I'm very excited to see so many of the wall sculptures up in one place! I will help install those pieces and I plan to attend the opening.
Leaving next week for LA as soon as I teach my last classes.
Will post press release when it's available.
I am beginning a residency to explore wood block printmaking with my viral series and the geography series at the Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, CA this week and for the next three months. I was fortunate to be awarded the Sustainable Arts Grant. It is an award specifically given to artists with children. That they have such a grant is amazingly generous for those of us who balance our studio time with parenting (and all those other necessary pursuits). Kala also has great classes for children and teenagers, camps, etc. available for local kids. However, it is also a well-appointed professional studio that attracts artists worldwide. It is exciting to be around an international community of artists doing a variety of traditional and digital printmaking. I will post work when I get something I like from their presses.
Kala Art Institute's mission is to help artists sustain their creative work over time through its Artist-in- Residence and Fellowship Programs, and to engage the community through exhibitions, public programs and education. Kala's high quality printmaking and multimedia studios are located in Berkeley, CA.
Executive Director and Chief Curator, Cathy Kimball of ICA chose my work for the Left Coast Annual juried show out in Pacifica, CA at the Sanchez Art Center. It was a competitive process and I was pleased to have the opportunity to install one of my Viral pieces there. Meeting her was fascinating to hear about the curatorial process and enlightening to hear her take on my work
FYI artists: membership is affordable to the institute and the artist members page provides links to your website. There are some great shows coming up on the ICA calendar, worth a visit.
I have a piece in Left Coast Annual at the Sanchez Art Center in Pacifica, CA. The show was curated by Cathy Kimball curator of the San Jose Institute for Contemporary Art. With only 49 pieces in the show selected from around 900 entries, the work is top-notch and fascinating to see the collection chosen by Ms. Kimball. The artists gave statements about their work and engaged in conversation with the curator during the talk on Sunday and it was enlightening to hear about the curatorial process. The show runs through May 17, 2015.
My work is in "Color" -- a national juried exhibition curated by Lauren Hinkson asst. curator of the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum. July 26-Aug 17 , 2014 @ BWAC Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition in Brooklyn NY. It is a huge pre-civil war era warehouse overlooking NY harbor and the Statue of Liberty in hip Redhook. Let me know if you go.
I was excited to see name listed on this piece! -- The multicolored acrylic panels that adorn Tasset’s Artists Monument are etched with the names of 392,486 modern and contemporary artists, ranging from Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol to emerging artists with a single exhibition to their credit.
Video of I-Park residents May 2014 Open Studio.Read More