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Cultural Influences: I have a passion for patterns, interlocking shapes, and the interaction of positive and negative space in design. I am influenced by architecture, textile design, embroidery and tapestry design, sacred geometry, and the visualization of mathematical equations and numeric patterns.
Artistic Influences: I admire the sophisticated, detailed style of artists like Jackson Pollock, Georges Seurat, Laurie Lipton and William Morris.
Work environment: I work primarily out of my studio in Noblesville, Ind. I enjoy collaborating with other fine artists and illustrators and art associations such as Indianapolis Arts Council, Fishers Arts Council, Hamilton County Artists’ Association, Nickel Plate Arts, and Carmel Arts and Design District.
Materials used: Typically heavyweight acrylic paper and illustration board, and professional-grade inks and pens, pencils and watercolor paint. Paper-cut artwork uses a standard X-acto craft knife.
1998 Bachelor of Science, Communications and Art, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, UT
12/2019 – Present Sponsored Artist, Faber-Castell USA
11/2019 – Present Associate Member, National Watercolor Society (NWS)
09/2019 – Present Associate Member, Intermountain Society of Artists (ISA)
09/2019 – Present General Member, Utah Watercolor Society (UWS)
03/2019 – Present Associate Member, American Watercolor Society (AWS)
11/2017 – Present Regular Member, National Association of Women Artists (NAWA)
08/2017 – Present Artworks Gallery, Cedar City, UT, artist representation
07/2017 – Present Artblend Gallery, Pompano Beach, FL, artist representation
12/2018 – 06/2019 Evan Lurie Gallery, Carmel, IN, artist representation
10/2019 – Illustrator of the Year, ADC Fine Art Associates, Cincinnati, OH
10/01/2015 to 09/30/2016 Stutz Artist Association Residency Program
Awarded one of two $6,000 studio spaces in the historic Stutz Building to use for one year.
The program culminates in a gallery exhibition at the Raymond James Stutz Art Gallery in Indianapolis.
10/01/2015 to 01/30/2016 Butler University Religion, Spirituality, and the Arts Symposium – Round 4
Awarded one of 12 spots in this seminar that immerses artists from various disciplines in a sacred text
(Round 4 – Cain and Abel) and culminates in a gallery exhibition at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis.
08/01/2016 Bronze Distinguished Artist in ArtAscent Art & Literature Journal, Patterns Issue, Vol. 20
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