2020 Martin Shallenberger Artist in Residence
2019: Digital Homunculus
2019 Recent Works
2017 Summer: Through Clear Glass
Location as a malleable physical memory inside an individual rather than a static opaque reference point. The works are intended to reveal alternate fictional locations of the Bay Area inside my personal memory of the Bay Area.
2017 Group Show Works
2016 Fall: Fan Fiction
Depictions of real life miniature doll house scale interiors, that I have designed and constructed myself. They may appear as works featuring figures set in specific environments, but are in fact, still life’s. Each interior is in essence, a miniature film set arranged to create a scene and contains a narrative where, the body of the work unfolds a notion of a storyline without explicitly depicting a singular story.
2016 Group Show works
2014 Fall: Tables and Windows
A revisiting of the interior scene setting often used in traditional genre paintings. The core elements of tables, windows, and the walls act as the control point to the genre. I was interested in exploring how close or far a recognizable depiction of one of these elements affected the space and initial viewers association with the genre.
2015 Spring Select works
2013 Summer: From Dissonance
The idea of content as a fleeting moment of recognition in the sense of place in an objective manner. A moment in which we stop, for a moment, seeing our current self in relation to our past self and our future self.
2014 Spring Select Works
2012 Spring: Blue & Red
An homage series to the Frank Lloyd Wright Marin County Civic Center building.