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Featured Artist for February 22, 2023


I am please to announce that I have been selected for I Like your work studio visit interview for Feb 2023.

I Like Your Work Studio Visit Artists are composed of top emerging and mid-career artists who are creating around the world. Our Studio Visit artists are carefully selected based on their outstanding work and dedication to their practice.

Read in-depth interviews with them about their studio practice, career, and what they are working on now.

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Coined in the South: 2022

The Mint Museum: Uptown

Durham, NC

March 26, 2022-July 3, 2022

I am so pleased to announce that "Another time, Once more" was selected for this show highlighting about 40 artists working in the Southeast. 

The Young Affiliates of the Mint, in collaboration with The Mint Museum, presents  Coined in the South: 2022.

SOFT: 2021

April 19th-May 28th 2021

Contracommon gallery:

Beecave, Texas is proud to present SOFT, a group exhibition of textile and fiber works selected from a national call for emerging artists. Participating artists include: Alissa Alfonso (Miami, FL), Steef Crombach (Austin, TX), Ely German (Austin, TX), Alie Jackson (Austin, TX), Holly Kuhl (Austin, TX), Madeline Marak (Shreveport, LA), Natalie Toth (New Orleans, LA), Tuk Vaughankraska (Bozeman, MT), April Wright (Germantown, TN), and Sixuan Zhu (Philadelphia, PA).

The artists included in SOFT employ the medium of fabric to a range of different effects, although some seem to arrive at similar preoccupations. Many of the works feature or bear striking resemblance to life—both human and non-human. Those not working directly with recognizable subjects have made works that abstractly reference the landscape or bodily forms. This subject matter, traces of life, is reflected in the use of repurposed and recycled materials.

Common Threads: 2021

January 8th-30th 2021

Curated by: Sophia Ruppert

LUX Center for the Arts: East Main Gallery Lincoln, Nebraska

This exhibition features Midwest artists who use fiber conceptually. Works within the show focus on ideas such as place, body, society, and psychology.

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