Gallery Stills


The Handmade Pop Up

I’m thrilled to be a part of the winter Handmade Pop Up shop this year, aimed at disrupting consumerism by promoting mindfulness and intentionality in the way we create and consume goods.  I have many originals available for purchasing here for the month of November only!  Check it out 🙂


Maine and exercises in transparency

Spent a week at this lovely old farmhouse, with apple pancakes, old friends, and some quiet slow time to explore new methods.  I’m hoping these will develop into a bigger layered vellum series in the future!


Prescott Arts Festival


stARTup Fair Small Works San Francisco

stARTup is a unique contemporary art experience where art professionals and the art loving public gather to discover today’s most talented independent artists through hotel art fairs, curated art exhibitions, collector advising, and private art sales and rentals.

I had such a great time at stARTup Small Works!  A wonderful weekend meeting other incredible artists and connecting to buyers.  


Little Small goes to Oregon!

My “Little Small” series (exploring young memories through collaged iterations of children’s drawings – originally show in Japan last spring) is coming to the Chehalem Cultural Center next month.  Pop in for the opening on April 5th from 5 – 8pm.

And those with little ones!  I’m teaching a workshop called “Memory and Mediums” on April 6th for ages K – 2nd grade – the aim being to have fun experimenting with materials while simultaneously learning to communicate meaningful concepts.  Register online now here!


A View with a Room

Flattered to be featured in this week’s A View with a Room, where home decor and design is curated around the palette and aesthetic of one artwork. Such a lovely idea- please check out Natalie’s website for more home inspiration!


When the Sun’s a Celebration

(Quand le Soleil est une Fête)

Details of the final wool piece I created and donated to the Museum at the end of my residency  
Langogne, France – June 2018


Residency at La Filature des Calquières

During the month of June, I completed a residency at the Spinning Museum in the town of Langogne, in the southern region of Lozère, France.  During this time, I experimented using wool – coming straight from the carding machine in the museum – as a primary material in my collages.


Little Small Exhibition

Recently, I’ve been working on a new project creating collaged versions of drawings by 2-6 year olds. While cutting & sewing, I’ve been considering memories made from these first years of our lives, as well as the factors that may influence what is lost and kept.

This series, “Little Small,” will be on view at Maebashi Works Gallery, in Gunma Japan, from March 10th – 21st.


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