My latest project, In Motion, is for the Texas Tech athletic department in Lubbock, TX. It was important for the installation to capture the Texas Tech spirit and its rich history.
I had an exciting opportunity recently to teach an art workshop for elementary students in AISD through The Contemporary's educational program- Seeing Special Things.
People often ask me what my training was: architect? graphic designer? engineer? I actually started out as a jewelry designer and developed my artistic voice through this medium.
Earlier this year Facebook approached me to create a new immersive installation for their offices in downtown Austin as part of their Artist in Residency program.
This summer was a season full of inspirations and my personal #artheroes. After a field trip to MASS MoCA, a three-hour car ride away from the Sculpture Space residency, my mind was racing with a burst of creativity and motivation.
Looking at completed wall installations, hardware is probably not thought about very often as a viewer.
My Micro/Macro Landscapes collection grows and evolves much in the way that plants, cells, planets, seeds, and people gather and scatter.
I had the pleasure of visiting the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, AR.
The month of February was filled with a couple of exciting parties and celebrations. With the spirit of the fun festivities, I had the opportunity to showcase The KaleidoscopiCave.
I attended a private time traveling party and had the chance to showcase The KaleidoscopiCave.
During this month’s East Austin Studio Tour, Vision Gland built The Psychedome, featuring interactive art installations by local artists.
As a part of the Vision Gland Collective, I had the opportunity to build an interactive art installation, The KaleidoscopiCave. Inspired greatly by geometric abstraction, I played with different forms and angles of the three-dimensional space.
This spring, in a class on Robotic Arts, I took a step towards creating a piece that is not only kinetic but computer controlled!
As a part of the Vision Gland Collective, I helped create and showcase 'The Passage' at Maker Faire last weekend! This was a "weird and wonderful" 12 room project.
After the bustling busyness of Tokyo, I was very happy to land in the quiet and beautiful mountain hot springs village of Hakone. The crew at Hakone Tent entertained me when I arrived and shared their sake and some laughs.
Spectacular materials, shimmering surfaces, and never-ending textures captured my attention all weekend long!
Here's a visual diary of just a few of the things that inspired and mesmerized me at Art Basil this year. It was quite a whirlwind of a trip with art from dawn till late in the night, I still have sparkling visions in my head and lots of ideas for my own art!
I was so honored to be selected to be part of the Texas Sculpture Group's exhibition at Texas State Art Galleries Curated by Chad Dawkins.
It was a great birthday present to find out that my Heading West piece sold! I returned to Denver to create a custom layout for the piece and help with the installation in my client's home. It is so great to see the work in a space where it glows and it will be appreciated every day!
I've been playing with a thinking about this project for a long time! Color, shadow, and materials have always fascinated me and all three elements came together in this series that I created and exhibited at Walker Fine Art in Denver.
Shared Space residency celebrated 5 years! They curated a cool exhibition of work by the alumni residents a the Kfed galleries in Grand Rapids. The exhibition showed a wide range of work as diverse as the artists that created it.
After living in Wichita Falls at the Kemp Center for a year it was time for HyParabolic to come home. I picked her up on a trailer and drove her to her new resting place in east Austin. Have you spotted her?
In March I went from 80 degree weather to 8! But no complaints here! I miss the days of wearing sweaters, watching the snow outside, and being inspired by all of the amazing artists and writers I got to meet at my Vermont Studio Center Residency.
Walker Fine Art is now representing my artwork. It was exciting to be part of the exhibition "Extraction". I went to Denver for the opening and got to meet the other talented artists that were a part of the show. This gallery is located in Denver and presents cutting-edge work in abstraction, experimental photography, and realism.
Dance Waterloo and Jonny Rogers Music created a beautiful magical performance on one of the coldest nights I've ever experienced in Austin.
In collaboration with Rodolofo Magnus and Hanna Lupico we created Skylines for the City of Austin Tempo Program.
I just returned from installing 'Prismatic' at the Lawndale Arts Center. It was so exciting to feature work in my own hometown- Houston!
In June I spent 10 days on the edge of Lake Michigan at Shared Space Studio in Michigan. It was a blast! I felt just like I was a kid at camp again.
Last weekend, I showcased my work in the "Art on the Green" Sculpture Garden Invitational Exhibition! This event took place at the Kemp Center for the Arts in Wichita Falls, TX.
I participated in the company of some amazing women here. The show only featured women, and the nine invited were from California, Florida, Alabama and Texas.