Artist Statement

I use my work as a means of exploring the intersections of seemingly opposing forces: order and chaos, nature and the artificial, success and failure. I typically work in layers, each layer informing and sometimes contradicting the next through juxtaposed images or mediums. When I am struggling with a piece, I continue returning to it – sometimes with a new medium or concept – adding additional layers of information until it feels complete. I attempt a “zero waste” ethic in my work, always trying to find a new context for pieces that might not have been successful initially.

Medium: Acrylic, Ink, Decoupage 

Contact Information

West Linn, OR
503-432-0102
[email protected]

Education

2003 – MS Human-Computer Interaction – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
1999 – BA Digital Fine Art – San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

Exhibit Dates:

Venue:

Blue Windows (I & II) - 9x12 each - Gel press acrylic monoprint on paper
Successful Weeds - 10x10 - Acrylic, graphite, and decoupage on canvas
Seahorse - 9x12 - Gel press acrylic monoprint and ink on paper
I See a Pattern - 18x24 - Acrylic and decoupage on canvas
Winter Branches - 14x24 (framed) - Acrylic and ink on wood panel

Blue Windows (I & II) - 9x12 each - Gel press acrylic monoprint on paper

Successful Weeds - 10x10 - Acrylic, graphite, and decoupage on canvas

Seahorse - 9x12 - Gel press acrylic monoprint and ink on paper

I See a Pattern - 18x24 - Acrylic and decoupage on canvas

Winter Branches - 14x24 (framed) - Acrylic and ink on wood panel

Blue Windows (I & II) - 9x12 each - Gel press acrylic monoprint on paper thumbnail
Successful Weeds - 10x10 - Acrylic, graphite, and decoupage on canvas thumbnail
Seahorse - 9x12 - Gel press acrylic monoprint and ink on paper thumbnail
I See a Pattern - 18x24 - Acrylic and decoupage on canvas thumbnail
Winter Branches - 14x24 (framed) - Acrylic and ink on wood panel thumbnail
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