UNC Installation update – silk clouds

Today was a long day in the gallery setting up! I’ve had several great assistants in the form of college students helping me with the install…it’s been a delight. And of course, the install wouldn’t be possible without Denny, my installation partner in crime! Let’s get to the images!

Friday Night in Loveland!

Friday night! Aaron is doing his first official book reading and signing at The Armory (same building as the Sports Station) from 6:45 – 8 pm. So proud of this guy! What else is going on??? I am doing an artist talk at 6:30 at The Armory for my silk installation there. AND….swing by Artworks…

Blue silk puddles

I was honored with the adventure of creating a small installation with my blue silk pieces for a music video in a cabin up in the mountains. It was a delightful adventure and I can’t wait to see the video! It’s for the band Yesway out of San Francisco….

Love + Light here I come!

I know I said no more sneak peeks…but the texture was so amazing I couldn’t keep it to myself! This is a small portion of my installation art piece for the 3rd Annual Love + Light this Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 6-9 pm at the historic Feed and Grain building in Loveland, Colorado. It’s…

3rd Annual Love + Light Contemporary Art Show

The time has come…preparation for my installation art piece at the 3rd Annual Love + Light Contemporary Art Show has begun! I’m creating a silk dress that’s 26 feet x 16 feet and is suspended from the ceiling. Don’t let the sewing machine fool you, it will be entirely hand stitched (I didn’t like how…

Sunset Magazine!

Delightful news: that collaborative installation piece I made with two amazing artists right here in Loveland ended up in Sunset Magazine! Check it out for yourself…

the wake of the awoke – installation art in Loveland Colorado

I had the absolute honor of creating a collaborative installation art piece with two amazing artists here in Loveland, Colorado – Carrie Johansing and David Young. The piece was a delightful conversation about dreams, journeys, and materials. We split the installation into 3 parts and each focused on one part, coming back together to make…