Revolt: A Group Show of Work by Women Artists
My piece At the Gates will be included in an exhibition of works by women artists on the topic of "Revolt", curated by Lara K. Schott. The exhibition runs from March 2-27, 2019 at the Nevada Fine Arts Gallery in Reno, Nevada. There will be an opening reception on Saturday March 2nd from 5pm-7pm.
Guns: Loaded Conversations
My pieces Don't Shoot at Me and Trajectory Patterns will be included in the Guns: Loaded Conversations exhibition at the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles April 22 - July 15, 2018.
An enormous divide exists between people who cherish their heritage of gun ownership and others who are concerned that guns contribute to the rising tide of gun violence. The pieces presented in this exhibition spark conversations relating to this important societal issue.
The work explores heritage and current cultural norms reflected in gun ownership and consider how people's personal experience with guns may influence their opinions. The exhibition plans to engage those of differing opinions to listen to each other in a thoughtful manner; and to investigate and encourage community initiatives that may inspire action in seeking solutions.
For more information, please visit the museum's website:
Vexillum: Flags as Cultural and Political Objects
My work will be included in the exhibition Vexillum: Flags as Cultural and Political Objects at The Holland Project in Reno, NV. The exhibition will be up May 8 - May 24 with an opening reception May 17 from 6-8pm.
For more information, please visit HollandReno.org
The Likes of Which You've Never Seen Before
The Likes of Which You've Never Seen Before is an installation of pennants and banners sewn from fabric and felt, each displaying a word or phrase habitually repeated by Donald Trump. The pieces hang all across each other and the space, mirroring the messy circus of repetitive language pouring out of the Trump administration each day. The work highlights how words can lose their meaning and impact when they are used so frequently as bombastic rhetoric, and how the repetition of these once ordinary words has created an unavoidable association with Trump whenever they are heard, no matter the context.
This work will be shown at Studio 2035 Gallery at 2035 Dickerson Rd in Reno, Nevada. The exhibit will run from March 10th-26th with an opening reception March 10th from 6-8pm. This exhibit is free and open to the public.
Feature on the Other People's Pixels blog
The fiber artist Stacia Yeapanis interviewed me for the Other People's Pixels blog. Read the interview here:
Tilting the Basin: Contemporary Art of Nevada
My piece Trajectory Patterns will be featured in Tilting the Basin: Contemporary Art of Nevada, an exhibition which bridges the divide between Northern and Southern Nevada communities, providing a wide-ranging overview of work by more than thirty Nevada artists.
The exhibit will be on view March 17 through May 14, 2017, in Las Vegas, Nevada at 920 Commerce Street.
Wed – Sun: 10 am – 6 pm | Fridays: 10 am - 9 pm.
For more information please visit the Nevada Museum of Art website.
Press coverage for the exhibit while it was on view at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno:
Carson City Legislative Building Exhibition
Selections from my series At War With Ourselves will be on view March 20 - April 7 at the Carson City Legislative building during the biennial legislative session.
For more information please visit:
Nevada Arts Council website