Fibers Annual Open Studio at Pepe Hall at SCAD, 2015-2017
Alexander Ink at Alexander Hall at SCAD, September 2017
RAW Artists in Milwaukee, WI, March 2018
Clio Art Fair in NYC, October 2018
“Bee? Be.” show at the Amsterdam Whitney Gallery with representation, June-August 2019
I am an illustrator, textile print designer, and now consider myself a fine artist. My work had previously been an extension of myself, linking my work together through expressive uses of color and line-work along with unique, witty concepts and the use of symbolism through nature. However, rather than simply extension of my mind and hand to paper, my work is now truly an expression of my soul and spirit. My spirit creates all that is in front of me for the glory of God, my Heavenly Father. I create illustrations and my intaglio pieces as works of joy, never laboring in vain. I can take a sigh of relief, because my work does not define me, and my identity does not waver whether I sell my pieces through a gallery show. I am grounded in the Lord, and my artwork is a joy.
God has provided me with dreams, my talents, my drive, jobs, finances, and the one gallery show that always leads to the next. I do not harbor my talent or work for my own edification but to return a portion of what the Lord has given me and blessed me with. I pray into each piece so that each person who sees my work may feel our Father’s love and receive healing.
I love to work in nib pen with ink, brush and ink, watercolor, acrylic, intalgio etching printmaking, digital painting, screen-printing, making patterns traditionally and digitally in the corporate setting, sketch from life, embroider, and so on.
I received my B.F.A in Communication Arts from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2017 with a major in Illustration and minor in Fibers, summa cum laude with a 3.91 GPA.
I have worked as a print designer at Kohl’s Corporate in Wisconsin for 2 years and RDG Global LLC in NYC for 3 months. I am currently looking for a new full-time position.
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