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I live in Brooklyn, New York. The history, debris, languages, and industries of my metropolis are a huge source of materials and inspiration. I also teach art to children, both here and internationally. In recent years I have facilitated projects in India, Guatemala, Macedonia, Brazil, El Salvador, Southeast Asia, and Brooklyn. These settings have had a profound influence on my work, and the collaborations with children have been extremely rewarding exchanges. I learn as much, if not more, from looking at children’s art and talking with them about their process and ideas as I do from the museums and galleries of New York. Using art as a tool to outline and interpret their relationships to family, school, work, play, death, violence, society, and the environment, I am provided with such a simple visual vocabulary, so eloquent and universal.
BFA from University of Wisconsin at Madison
SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2010 ISE Cultural Foundation… NY, NY; 2009 E.J Belloq Gallery, Louisiana Tech University… Monroe, LA; 2008 Object Image Gallery, What in the World… Brooklyn, NY; 2007 Object Image Gallery, Flight Patterns … Brooklyn, NY