For the past month, I’ve been working on a very special project with my mural painting students at Antioch University. We partnered with New Horizons ministry to paint a mural in their drop-in center, which provides services to homeless and at-risk youth in the Seattle area. It was an incredible honor to work with New Horizons, meet their community and see their beautiful work they are doing in our city. This was one of those projects that I was sad to see finish.Read More
EVENTS, WORKSHOPS, EXHIBITIONS, MUSINGS ON THE CREATIVE PROCESS AND MORE…
Its finished! You can now visit my latest mural at Esters Enoteca in Fremont. Come be serenaded by psychedelic wine molecules while enjoying some of the best paninis in town. Seriously, this was such a dream project. I was given all the creative trust and freedom an artist could ask for, plus time, material support and a good work crew! What a dream.Read More
Come check out my new mixed media embroidery works at The Vestibule Gallery- a combination Gallery/AirBnb Project curated by Kascha Snaveley. They've been doing some awesome installations since opening 6 months ago and I'm so honored to be part of the next show.Read More
Tea-dyeing gives paper a warm tone, similar to the look of aged paper. It is useful for creating faux-aging effects, and also makes a beautiful, natural background for drawings, watercolors and prints.
I am using these dyed papers for a series of greeting cards based on my Pussyflower project. I found that the natural white paper of my watercolors felt empty when produced as a printed card. With dyed paper, I gave my paintings an antique feel, and created visual interest in the blank areas of the greeting cards.Read More