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http://www.NVAM.org

Bio

Instructor, Sculpture (2012). BFA, 2001, and MAAE, 2012, School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Concurrent position: Director of Education and Outreach, National Veterans Art Museum, Chicago. Exhibitions: Beauty and Brawn Gallery and Think Space, Chicago; Jane Addams Hull House Museum, Chicago; Curator's Choice, Chicago Arts District, Pilsen; Pilsen East Artist Open House, Chicago; Around the Coyote, Chicago. Curation: Cross Regional Exhibition: NVAM Out Loud! and The Things They Carried at National Veterans Art Museum, Chicago; Her, Beauty and Brawn Gallery and Think Space, Chicago. Publications and Grants: HIVE Grant, The Things They Carried Interactive (2014), Illinois Art Education, MOSAIC; Beaumont Foundation Grant for Integrated Technology, Chicago. 


Personal Statement

In art making, I am most interested in the role of personal narratives and their ability to communicate sensations of time, space, physical presence, and emotion to the viewer.  My personal work incorporates sculpture and site specificity largely inspired by historical events both personal and environmental.

My classroom work emphasizes the importance of this individual voice, communicating through sculptural work and materials as well as transforming understandings of both objects and the space they inhabit.


Current Interests

The work that inspires me deals with the preservation of memory and works that reveal the story of mysterious or unknown persons including documentary photography, relics, historic preservation, and art that represents people, places and distinct moments in time.

 

Disclaimer: All work represents the views of the INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS & AUTHORS who created them, and are not those of the school or museum of the Art Institute.