Seeing Red: A Performance – Potluck and Live Performance Show – Friday, Feb 21st at 7:30pm – INVITE ONLY event hosted by Live Laugh Loft. Email me if interested in receiving address: firstname.lastname@example.org _____________________________________________________________________________ Art + Video, a group exhibition curated by K. Ryan Henisey at Tag Gallery Opening Reception Saturday, Feb 22nd 5-8pm FREE… Continue reading Upcoming Shows & Performances
Reception – Saturday, May 25th from 3-6pm Shoebox Projects 660 South Avenue 21 #3 LA Ca 90031 Live Performance @4:30pm Memory. Loss. Trauma. Pain. Love. Anger. Thrill. Anxiety. Obsession. Seeking Connectivity. Constructing Consciousness. I am a compilation of knowledge, experiences and beliefs being constantly broken up and rearranged throughout life’s unexpected turns. Everything that is… Continue reading Artist In Residence | Solo Show “Peripheral Nerve”
Back in February of this year (2018), I had the pleasure of discovering an incredible, partially hidden space in the Santa Fe Art Colony… Studio C Gallery is dedicated to exhibiting and emphasizing the work of women artists. The Gallery Director, Peggy Nichols is a beautiful human being and astounding realist painter with a big… Continue reading Studio C Gallery: A Space for Female Artists
I just returned from an artist trip out to the Salton Sea and Slab City in the high desert of California. It was the 10th Annual Morton Salt Children’s Religious Revival; an intimate group of artists that explore the abandoned buildings and mysterious sights to see out in the bleached desert. On the trip, I… Continue reading Back from the Salton Sea
non-verbal was my first solo exhibition, consisting of work created from summer 2012 to spring 2013. The show contained drawings. paintings, sculptures and a performance piece. This exhibition doubled as my senior show, at the end of my final quarter at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Kant, Duchamp, and Dada: The Background Anti (prefix): “opposite, against” along with “in exchange, instead.” In order to create work that is against painting or against art, you have to understand what has previously been defined as painting and art. I agree entirely with Duchamp’s proposition that taste is a habit and “the repetition of… Continue reading The Triumph of Anti-Art: Chapter 1 & 2