Show Opening This Week! Mata+ at Unterhammer im Karlstal

Just wanted to drop in to announce my upcoming group show, back at Unterhammer, where I showed a couple of years ago. I’m excited to be part of a new group of artists, which includes Angie Horleman, Elsa Vogt-Remachers, DUZA and myself, plus two dancers, Salvatore Nicolosi and Katelyn Skelley, who will be doing a one-of-a-kind performance connected to the art on the walls. This … Continue reading Show Opening This Week! Mata+ at Unterhammer im Karlstal

Cosmic Exploration

I’m still here, still working! I’ve been terrible about updating my online presence, other than my (almost) daily posts to Instagram. To see a true chronicle of my studio practice, please follow me there. Between work and travel and other responsibilities, many days it’s all I can do to grab 45 minutes or so in the studio in the morning. So, yes, the work is flowing and … Continue reading Cosmic Exploration

New Paintings: Haruki Murakami, Wind-Up Birds, and Magical Realism

After spending three years blissfully focusing on art full time, I am now working again and it is a challenge striking a balance between work and my studio practice. What I’m not lacking in is ideas, fortunately. I think the time spent focusing on a job (which I absolutely love, by the way), is giving me a fresh perspective on my work. Take for instance, my new … Continue reading New Paintings: Haruki Murakami, Wind-Up Birds, and Magical Realism

Strange and Beautiful: New Spring Paintings

I have been hard at work on my new series of abstract paintings, inspired by my meditation practice and the forms and colors I love in nature. As I step back to peruse my latest work, I will say these pieces are heavily influence by spring bursting forth where I live and a new, corresponding energy springing up in me. You can see my first … Continue reading Strange and Beautiful: New Spring Paintings

Evolution of a Painting – Marbles

My, it has been awhile since my last post. Not that I haven’t been working away, but my internet activity has dropped off a bit, which isn’t a bad thing. Sometimes it just feels healthy and head-clearing to stay logged off. Wouldn’t you agree? Also, I had to travel back to the United States to see family in August. We spent most of our time … Continue reading Evolution of a Painting – Marbles