Excited to announce that my graphic essay, Not Unreasonable, will be published in Graphic Medicine, part of the Annals of Internal Medicine, on October 12, 2021!
It's been a while since I posted any news! In May 2021, I completed my Masters of Arts degree in Library and Information Studies (MLIS) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison iSchool with an emphasis in Art Librarianship, Special Collections, and Digital Humanities.
Now I'm in the iSchool PhD program, building research questions around drawing, communication, and information.
Papercuts (2011-2015) Reviews and Catalog
Eight papercuts (one over 6 feet!!) in this traveling exhibition.
Tinney Contemporary Gallery, Nashville, TN
Currently engaged in full-time study of traditional hand-lettering and sign painting in the last journeyman program left in the country (at Los Angeles Trade and Tech College). The program is featured in the film, Sign Painters. Read (view) more about it here: Sign Painter Movie Trailer
The University of Denver's Penrose Library recently purchased a body of shrouded books and drawings for their Special Collection!
University of California, Santa Cruz
Invitation to participate in Clear Cuts at UC Santa Cruz. Other artists include Beatrice Coron and Kara Walker.
Barton College, 2011
Three papercuts featured in Il Libro: The Art of the Book at Barton College Art Galleries.
Exhibition at the Monterey Peninsula College, CA - September 2011
Two-person exhibition, "Narrating the Feminine" includes 11 paintings and papercuts.
Exhibition at Sam Houston State University Gallery, Aug 29 - Sept 22
Four papercuts will be exhibited in "Delicate Impressions" at the Gaddis Geeslin Gallery, Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, TX
Residencies for Summer and Fall 2011
Millay Colony in Austerlitz, NY October 2011
The Ora Lehrman / Trust Soaring Gardens Artist Residency September 2011
Prairie Center for the Arts July 2011
ARC Gallery, Chicago
Two papercuts will be included in this exhibition entitled Intimacy at the ARC Gallery in Chicago in Spring 2011. The juror is Andrea Green, Director of Visiting Artists Program at The Art Institute of Chicago.