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As one takes photos to remember, I consider artmaking a conduit of memory and of dreams. My work centers on a subjective point of view by emphasizing personal perspectives. I work with a limited palette. Color becomes a field, the entire expansion. Printmaking remains the root of my color theory process. By neutralizing a color with another, I support and distract an eye; I imitate depth on an otherwise flat surface. In turn, my practice interrogates the notion of representational art. Creating an image, seen or imagined, forces the canvas to become a space to fill up, thus redefining the dimensionality. As a result, my landscapes are figures of my own memory: These depths wish to hold my audience in a gaze; take a step closer, linger.


Residencies, Fellowships, and Grants

  • Spudnik Press  Studio Fellowship Recipient 2021

  • Cow House Studios (Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Ireland) Feb 16- Mar. 1, 2020

Gallery Showings:

  • “Good Manners” Artist Book Release & Solo Show
    Tusk (3206 W Armitage, Chicago, IL)
    Opening Reception June 1
    6 2022, up through July 16

  • Rising Stars: Emerging Artists from Chicago
    Richard T Wright Community Gallery (Grayslake, IL)
    Opening Reception December 3, 2021, Up Nov. 22-Dec. 17

  • Lily x Cloina Clothing Capsule
    Released August 22, 2020 online and in store at Lost Girls Vintage.

  • "Drawn to Paper"
    Fulton Art Collective, July 2021

  • 3rd Annual Juried Show
    Line Dot Editions (West Town, Chicago IL) June - July 2019


  • Piece + Bio published in FORGE Art Magazine Issue 22 (x) April 24, 2019

  • Illustration of Frank Lloyd Wright Hyde House published in South Side Weekly Architecture Issue (x) April 17, 2019

  • Interview published in VoyageChicago's "Art & Life" section (x) Sept. 2018

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