My current work is a series of mixed media drawing/paintings using ink and acrylic on canvas and paper. The works are abstracted landscapes and mindscapes. The surface is approached with one horizontal line drawn across the entire canvas. I then follow this element over and over again across the picture plane. Slight variations in the movement of my hand add to the pattern as each additional line is recorded. The repetitive process refers to the interactive relationship between mountain ranges and urban sprawl as well as the influence of early eighties drawings by Peter Saville. The works begin with a failed attempt to draw a straight line, then this failed attempt is followed until the end of the canvas or paper.
2014 "Esultarte" Galleria Palazzo Velli, Rome, Italy
2011 Tompkins Projects West: Works on Paper, Dan Graham, Los Angeles
2010 Mastodon Maze, Mastodon Mesa, Los Angeles
2009 s(t)ay Summer Camp’s Project Project, Los Angeles
2008 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Staff Show
2007 "Natural Geographic"
Norma Desmond Productions, Culver City
"Interactions: Armory Artists and their Art
Armory Center for the Arts , Pasadena
2006Compari, This show was not sponsored by “
Park Projects, Los Angeles Curated by Luciano Perna.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Staff Show.
2002Mr. Thanks Presents “ group show, Hollywood.
Curated by Sarah Averbrook.
1999 “Organics”California Institute of the Arts.
2009 Project 210 Gallery "Atmospheres and Mindscapes"
October 2009 Pasadena, California
2009 East Hollywood "Art Cycle"
1999MFA Thesis Show“Just Kickin it” Gallery A402
California Institute of the Arts,Valencia, California
2006 Armory Center for the Arts Teaching fellowship.
2006 Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Lead weekend, Family day, and art camp classes for children.
2007 LACMA On-site at LAUSD schools
2006 Community Arts Resources.
Develop project and lead Getty festival workshop.
2003Side Street Projects.
Lead woodworking classes for children ,age five to eleven.
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