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NEWS

Studio updates, current events, and archival posts from 2014-2018.

2018 YEAR IN REVIEW

I can only sum up 2018 like this: bewildering, insane, transformative, humbling, and full of challenges. It seemed like an era lasting 10 years closed but left so many open doors in its wake. Among many things, I helped launch a nonprofit independent art school, lived through a seance, built a hate-jammer, installed my work at a festival, appeared in a book, completed a significant commission, and opened my first museum exhibition while writing an autobiographical novel set for release in 2019 — life is strange and beautiful.

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2019 ARTIST IN RESIDENCE AT WENATCHEE VALLEY COLLEGE

I’m pleased to be a 2019 Artist in Residence at Wenatchee Valley College engaging the total area of the school to create an ongoing series of temporary material-driven works utilizing found and fabricated components that will ultimately coalesce into an exhibition taking place within and without the main art building’s MAC Gallery next fall.

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OMNIA IN THE PRESS

OMNIA, my first solo museum exhibition, is listed in Seattle Magazine as one of 15 Best Things To Do in Seattle in October 2018, in Seattle Met as The Top Things to See and Do in Seattle October 2018, and is a recommended event in The Stranger in Things To Do.

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OMNIA AT BELLEVUE ARTS MUSEUM

I am pleased to announce my first solo exhibition in a museum. OMNIA opens at Bellevue Arts Museum on October 12, 2018, and runs until March 24, 2019.  This discursive, elliptical show draws from over a decade of work and will fill the museum from the exterior to the interior as well as populate their website with unique content.

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