Post residency travel in Italy…

After my residency at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice, I was able to travel to multiple cities in Italy and see artwork and important cultural sites throughout the country... The first stop was at the Cinque Terre...absolutely beautiful landscape and towns... The second stop was Florence... Obvious stops to see David and the... Continue Reading →

Residency at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice…

This summer I was able to participate in a week long residency at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice. This was such a wonderful and productive time! I was able to print a small edition of three books and a small edition of three relief prints during my time there. I was also able... Continue Reading →

West Virginia Invitational at the Juliet Museum…

This weekend was the closing reception for the West Virginia Invitational at the Juliet Museum in Charleston, WV. The exhibition was curated by Jessica O’Hearn and includes a good representation of WVU faculty (Michael Sherwin, Alison Helm, Shalya Marsh, Amy Schissel, and Shoji Satake) with West Virginia printmakers Zach Fitchner and Robert Howsare. There was... Continue Reading →

“The Laser Printmaker” portfolio…

Below are images of the portfolio "THE LASER PRINTMAKER: MAPPING OVERLAPS BETWEEN PRINTMAKING AND LASER SYSTEMS" which was shown at the 2019 SGC International conference in Dallas. It was organized by Dana Potter, an MFA candidate at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. This was a fantastic portfolio that I was really glad to be a... Continue Reading →

Girl Scouts Comics workshop…

Last night capped off a two day comic project with a local Girl Scouts troop. This is actually the second workshop I have conducted with this troop. First was a short conversation about comics...we learned about artists like Alison Bechdel and Lynda Barry, the comic book burnings and bans in America in the 1950’s and... Continue Reading →

“In Plain Sight: Rediscovering Appalachian Cultural Identity” at Mylan Park Elementary…

“In Plain Sight: Rediscovering Appalachian Cultural Identity” was a semester long collaborative project with teachers from Mylan Park Elementary and community members funded by a West Virginia Division of Culture and History STEAM grant. This project included many different instructors and artists who made multiple visits with students. This project had a few major learning... Continue Reading →

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