This month I am excited to have my work on display in two shows in downtown Winston-Salem. The first is a solo exhibit of new works as well as some of my favorites from the last year over at Camino Bakery. The second is a group show called For the Birds on display at Artworks
The art-making process for me is a repeating pattern of collecting and absorbing ideas for weeks or even months until suddenly those ideas form into a concept for a series. Over the last month I have been reading several books that have touched on themes of time, memory, and aging which are all subject matters
I just finished up my first show at Artworks Gallery and already my brain is ready to take on the next creative project [read about my Shadow Stories exhibit here]. Maybe because I’ve been visiting with extended family recently or maybe for no good reason at all I am feeling the urge to do some
I am in the finishing stages for an exhibit that will be on display at Artworks Gallery June 28 through August 1, 2015. The show is titled, Shadow Stories, an exhibition of works reflecting on the duality of light and shadow. This is a two-person show featuring my own work alongside fellow Artworks member, Dennis Millsaps.
Here recently I’ve been finishing up a little commission for a fellow Salem College Alum who runs the blog Art Edge NYC. She asked me to create a small piece for her collection of art from each of the 50 states (I am counting as North Carolina). Her main requests were: mixed media and lots
I have been working on a new body of work over the past couple of months in preparation for a two-person show at Artworks Gallery this July. As you may know, I joined Artworks Gallery in January which I am pumped about. This is what being in a co-op gallery is all about: participating, working