Recently I have been thinking more about our climate and traveling to the Arctic to witness these changes with my own eyes.
Lately I’ve been experimenting with printmaking, using additive and reductive methods. I am interested in playing with shaped plates and the layering of imagery. I have been exploring shapes I see in everyday life and shapeshifting these plates in motion to add to the altered landscapes series of work. Here are some works in progress. […]
I finally finished my basement and now have a great spot to create, it’s been a long time coming.
Some new 2D multimedia work that is exploring the idea of altered landscapes, changing landscapes, and patterns found in nature that are influenced by human impact. [Not a valid template]
I will be a part of this show at Ice Cube Gallery in the River North Art District in Denver.
The Dairy Center for the Arts asked me to create an installation piece to be the focal point of the show. Here are some images before the other art was installed.
I taught a really fun kids workshop this summer titled reCYCLEd at BMOCA. We created bags, bracelets, and finger puppets from inner tubes, and prints from cut up inner tubes. The kids learned how to draw a bike, used bike parts to print bike flags and decorated our bikes for the final bike parade on […]
It took 3 days to deinstall at BMOCA. Thanks to those who came out and helped. The last day, I was on my own and ended up hauling 150 panels each weighing an average of 20 lbs. Moving the panels from the museum via shopping cart, from cart to truck, from truck to storage. Took […]
Photos by Hannah Mintek It was a fantastic turnout. As the evening progressed it was interesting to see how visitors interacted with the installation. People began to touch, smell, sit, and crawl on the installation. Countless hours of work finally to be enjoyed by all the senses (with the exception of taste, of course).