DFW Artist and recent graduate from the University of Dallas.
(view from west)
(view from south)
Steel, Fabric, Wire
Installation at Franconia Scultupre Park, November '09 to June '10
Charcoal and Earth in Harvested Corn Field
Installed during Franconia Sculpture Park Internship
Pit fired clay, ink on paper, string, ash, vials, and metal
Prayers were written on individual peices of paper. The paper was then wrapped around each clay disk, bound with string and pit-fired. Ashes from the burning prcoess are displayed in the vials.
Red Fabric Held to the Foreheads of Others for Sixty Seconds
Wood, fabric, ink and photo-documentation
Eighty-Seven different persons were approached and asked if they would allow the artist to hold a red patch of fabric against their foreheads for one minute. After this, the participant was asked to record their name, the date, and the exact time of day on their fabric square.
Red Fabric Held to the Foreheads of Others for Sixty Seconds 2009
Wood, fabric, ink, and photo-documentation
from Red Fabric Held to the Heads of Others for Sixty Seconds
Artifact to Touch
Fabric, Wood, Book
Text on title-card reads: "Viewers are asked to touch the red fabric and write their name, the date, and the exact time of day in the book provided."
I am a recent graduate of The University of Dallas having earned a BA in Art with a focus in Sculpture.
My artwork explores elements of spirituality though various media. Other important themes in my work include ritual, ephemerality, and the individual as operative within a community.