Exhibition and New Work

I'm excited to be showing some new work in the upcoming faculty exhibition at the Ann Arbor Art Center.  The exhibition titled Forward Tension  will introduce my newest and in progress work Part as well as select pieces from The Ministries of Sustenance series.

The exhibit runs from Thursday, June 27th, 2013 - Sunday, Aug 4th, 2013 with an Artist Reception Thursday, June 27th from 6-8pm.




Cleveland Public Art, Eastman Reading Garden Proposal


We were in Cleveland last weekend where we were invited to present a proposal for their now annual, temporary public art space in the Eastman Reading Garden.

"We propose, PLATFORM, a project employing people from Cleveland’s varying neighborhoods to perform their trades. By staging these performances in the Eastman Reading Garden, we are creating events that invite the public to the city center while simultaneously introducing them to people active in their communities with possible incentives to encourage them to head out to new neighborhoods.  In addition, by presenting these trades as an art performance we hope to give a perspective of renewed value to work that may sometimes be underestimated or unfamiliar.  As each performance will be a contract with us, and payment given for the work, we see the project as directly feeding in to Cleveland’s local economy.  Ultimately, in highlighting individuals who are contributing to their community we are hoping the public may ask themselves, “What is my role in Cleveland’s future?”."



Eastman Garden proposal 02

Eastman Garden proposal 05

Eastman Garden proposal 04


Eastman Garden proposal 03


Geta Grinders @ Spoke


A couple of photos at the exhibition at Spoke.  Thanks to those who came out.  Exhibition photos by Heather Mullins.



Geta Grinders @ Spoke Chicago

Geta Grinders @ Spoke Chicago


fiber arts magazine

Fiber Arts Magazine Article


The Ministries of Sustenance, my MFA thesis project, is featured in the 2008 Nov/Dec issue of Fiber Arts magazine.  The article is a showcase of student fiber work.  You can see the other featured student work at the fiber arts website.


Fiber Arts Magazine Article