Postcard, front

AUTOMATON – coming January 30, 2016!

AUTOMATON is a collaborative exhibition that Christy O’Connor and I have been working on for months.  We are so excited to share this work!  The opening reception is Saturday, January 30, 2016 at 6-8pm in the ArtLab at Artworks Trenton.  SAVE THE DATE!  Click the images below to see larger versions. Artist Statement  Automata were created in the idealized image… Read more →

Woman in Chains (Tears for Fears), 2015

Summer/Fall Line Up

COMING DECEMBER 19 – Market on Market, Gallery Aferro, Newark, NJ COMING IN NOVEMBER – Solo Show, _gaia studio, Jersey City, NJ COMING NOVEMBER 14 – Art All Day, Artworks Trenton, NJ COMING OCTOBER 10 – Market on Market, Gallery Aferro, Newark, NJ COMING SEPTEMBER 20 – Arts in the Park, Highland Park, NJ COMING AUGUST 22 – Market on Market, Gallery Aferro, Newark,… Read more →

New Work & Shows

I’ve been playing around with some new pieces lately. Rocking Tooth started as a Goodwill purchase – very fun to do!  I’m going to have to try messing with more found objects.  Woman in Chains (Tears for Fears) is for Art of the Mix Tape coming up on August 1st at Speakeasy Gallery in Boonton. Like Sunday morning is also showing… Read more →

ham stickers!  too bad their not scratch-n-sniff

Press Ham info

Here is my artist statement and the title(s) for Press Ham: Press Ham, 2015 Mixed media Titles for the 8 slices on the wall in order left to right: Breathing in the drying room Negative freshmen fifteen Teglach with extra honey Spinach fettuccine day Pin feathers and pliers Halloween funeral Dirty, green tomato juice Pregnant BLT day Press Ham is a compact diary… Read more →

ham stickers!  too bad their not scratch-n-sniff

Press Ham installation complete

My installation is complete!  I have my business cards, ham stickers, and mini accordion book giveaways set and ready.  I’m selling Press Ham zines, hand dyed silk scarves, and pelvis pillows in the shop. It took a couple of days, but my installation is settled.  I ended up forgoing physical labels on the slices and opted for just keeping the labeling… Read more →