• Cafe' 541 Column October 10, 2019

    Cafe' 541 Column, The "A" Word...October 10, 2019 "Farm Team Culture"

  • Cafe' 541 Column, August 2019

    Cafe' 541 Column, "Art, Money & Truth Walk Into a Bar..." August 2019

  • Cafe' 541 Column September 26, 2019

    Cafe' 541 Column - "Cultural Gravity: Trickle Down or Percolate Up?"

  • Lane Community College Faculty Exhibition 2019

    I am pleased to present my mixed media installation "Patterns of Privilege - A Reading Room" in this year's faculty show. Artist reception is on October 16, 4:30-6 p.m. and I will be giving an Artist Talk on Monday, October 28, 3 p.m., both events in the Roger Hall Gallery, LCC Main Campus, Eugene.

  • "The A Word" monthly arts and culture column for the Register Guard's Cafe' 541 arts insert.

    Check out my latest column, "Farm Team Culture" published in Cafe' 541.

  • Mayor's Art Show Award

    My mixed media on paper piece, Patterns of Privilege - Say Her Name, was awarded the Mayor's Prize at the 2019 Mayor's Art Show, Eugene, OR. MAS is an integral part of Eugene's Visual Arts Week and sponsored by the City of Eugene's Cultural Services Program.

  • Salann Magazine

    Several of my artworks have been accepted for publication in Salann Magazine, an online visual arts portfolio.

  • Talking Writing Magazine

    Several of my bioDIVERSITY images have been selected for publication in Talking Writing, an online magazine.

  • ArtVoices Tenth Anniversary Issue Publication

    I am very pleased to be included in ArtVoices Magazine's just released "Tenth Anniversary Issue."
    Artist, Founder and Editor-In-Chief, Terrence Sanders, has curated and presented the periodical that has become a forum for images, ideas, words and actions. Thank you, Terrence!

  • Urban Canvas - Mahonia Bldg Mural Project 2019

    In March 2019 I will be producing my first public mural for the Mahonia Building, Downtown Eugene, OR. The project is sponsored by the City of Eugene's Urban Canvas Public Art Program with in-kind support from Lane Community College. The 8'x 30' piece, titled "Mahonia Dreaming" depicts the ridge line and hills that surround the area, an abstracted and repeated pattern based on the mahonia plant (Oregon Grape) and dynamically painted, colorful mahonia flowers.

  • Career Opportunity Grant Award

    I received a Career Opportunity Grant from the Oregon Arts Commission to support my residency in 2018 at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and subsequent work.