05.23.2011

Big news! The 2011 Gallery is up to view online with all new pieces! Take a look! There is also now a LINKS section, which is currently incomplete but will be finished soon - please send me an email if you would like to be web-friends!

UPCOMING SHOW: Drawing Us Together • OPENING RECEPTION: May 26, 2011, 5-9 pm
LOCATION: House of Blues Foundation Room, 15 Lansdowne Street, Boston, MA 02215.
I have a piece in this competition, and would love to see some of your friendly faces come as well!

03.23.2011

UPCOMING SHOW: Amniota & Arthropoda - April 4-9, 2011 • OPENING RECEPTION: April 7, 6-8 pm
LOCATION: The Art Institute of Boston Gallery at University Hall; 1815 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 02140.
Lots of new 2011 work will be up (not yet on the site!) so if you're in the area, definitely come. Wine and refreshments will be served.

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01.21.2011

I've made it back to the U.S. for my last semester of school as well as my upcoming graduation show, so you can expect lots of new pieces to come from the approaching semester. I will announce the date of the show when it is planned out. As for now, the work I did in India is now online. I made many handblock printed textiles while I was in Jaipur for a month, and you can view them in the 2010 gallery. Enjoy!


10.02.2010

A few new pieces I made over the summer are up in the 2010 gallery. Some of them are new things I'm trying out, so check them out! India is very exciting - I will hopefully end up in Jaipur to do some woodblock prints onto fabric. By January I will be back in the States to keep making art.


07.25.2010

A bunch of brand new pieces in the 2010 gallery, with 1 older addition (finally photographed) to the 2009 section. Expect more very soon! On a side note, I will be studying abroad next semester in New Delhi, India, and am very much looking forward to it! Please feel free to email me with anything I absolutely need to see or do while I am there! My schedule is looking pretty full, but I am definitely always up for more suggestions :)


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