Showcase Gallery at UTK…

I'm excited to see my prints up in the Showcase Gallery at the University of Tennessee School of Art in Knoxville! Thank you Althea Murphy Price for asking me to show my work, and Hannah Shimabukuro for installing many, many prints...it all looks great, thank you! A press release was posted here on the UTK... Continue Reading →

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The “Tessa Shackelford Print Revival!”…

On April 05-07th, the WVU Printmaking Program hosted alumni Tessa "Dumbkat" Shackelford who currently lives and works in Philadelphia. The visit was organized by current MFA Printmaking student Stephanie Alaniz. Anyone who knows Tessa is well aware that she is a force to be reckoned with, and she did not disappoint during her time in... Continue Reading →

Shepherd University…

On Friday April 07, I was asked to meet with graduating BFA students from Shepherd University. The Art Department annually hosts “interviews” between visiting artists and graduating students. This is the second time I have done this. It is a lot of fun, I met a lot of talented students and I get to meet... Continue Reading →

Career Week at Mylan Elementary…

On Monday April 03, I was asked to talk to 4th graders at Mylan Park Elementary School about being an artist and printmaker during their Career Week. The school had an entire week filled with speakers talking about their careers as engineers, doctors, first responders, scientists, everything! So it was a lot of pressure, but... Continue Reading →

“Beyond Printmaking 5…”

Recent work of mine will be on display in the “Beyond Printmaking 5” exhibition at Texas Tech University. The exhibition will open on March 25 through April 23, and there will be a symposium on March 24 and 25 2017. "Beoynd Printmaking 5" was jrued by Patricia Villalobos Echeverria. From the "Beyond Printmaking 5" website:... Continue Reading →

SGCI 2017…

The annual SGCI Conference was in Atlanta this year, and it was fantastic! This year's conference was gigantic, covering three campuses, SCAD Atlanta, Kennesaw State University, and Georgia State and lots of great programming to see! I had four official duties for the conference, a panel presentation, portfolio organizer, mentor, and I was asked to... Continue Reading →

WVU in Europe…Amsterdam.

In March, I spent ten days in Europe with students and colleagues from West Virginia University. Officially, two WVU Art History Professors (Janet Snyder and Rhonda Reymond) were conducting GPS: France courses and WVU Photography Professor Michael Sherwin and I were along to help and do some research into our own potential study abroad courses.... Continue Reading →

WVU in Europe…Antwerp.

In March, I spent ten days in Europe with students and colleagues from West Virginia University. Officially, two WVU Art History Professors (Janet Snyder and Rhonda Reymond) were conducting GPS: France courses and WVU Photography Professor Michael Sherwin and I were along to help and do some research into our own potential study abroad courses.... Continue Reading →

WVU in Europe…Brussels.

In March, I spent ten days in Europe with students and colleagues from West Virginia University. Officially, two WVU Art History Professors (Janet Snyder and Rhonda Reymond) were conducting GPS: France courses and WVU Photography Professor Michael Sherwin and I were along to help and do some research into our own potential study abroad courses.... Continue Reading →

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