Art in unconventional spaces

Something I took for granted over the course of my undergraduate career is how different the work you make is when fueled by a community. Often, the reality of the world you are thrust out upon graduation is very different from the environment that a studio art program fosters. I’m lucky to count one of… Continue reading Art in unconventional spaces

Between Two Cities Opening during the September Art Stumble

This is a picture heavy post! I’m posting images of my recent show opening at Main Street Art Gallery in East Nashville. Photo credit to my former teacher and friend, artist Virginia Griswold. There was a fantastic turnout and I’m happy to report how kind everyone was in their reception of my work. I swear… Continue reading Between Two Cities Opening during the September Art Stumble

Between Two Cities, Nashville/London-New exhibition at Main Street Art Gallery

Between Two Cities is a capstone exhibition of the way my work has developed during my time studying at Austin Peay State University. I’ve been fortunate to have the opportunity to travel to London (and will be going back shortly), a place that held a lot of space in my head and imagination. Living in… Continue reading Between Two Cities, Nashville/London-New exhibition at Main Street Art Gallery

April Artist at Yeast Nashville

I’m excited to announce that I’ll be hanging my art again at Yeast Nashville! For the month of April, I will be showing my 27 Club Icon paintings based on my medieval art history research project. If you’re local you should pop in and get a kolache from some of the nicest people you’ll ever… Continue reading April Artist at Yeast Nashville

Upcoming Work on Display

My collection of London drawings and watercolors are going to be included in the February Nashville Downtown Art Crawl with other work that demonstrates the mentorship opportunities available to students at Austin Peay State University. This show is curated by Paul Collins, President of the Coop Gallery in Nashville and will be located next to… Continue reading Upcoming Work on Display

Glass Plates and Family Photographs

Hello World, Thanks for stopping by. I have a confession. I’m a little obsessed with glass plate negatives. I’ve started scouring flea markets, antique shops, and Ebay in the hopes of finding interesting and visually appealing glass plates. I love an excuse to do a little research and peak into what someone thought was important to… Continue reading Glass Plates and Family Photographs