2022 Materials: Hard + Soft, May 27 - August 27, Patterson-Appleton Arts Center, Denton, TX. Curated by Tanya Aguiñiga. Opening Reception on Saturday, May 27, 2022, 6-8 pm.
2022 The Gold Medal Show, May 5 - June 11, Padzieski Gallery, Dearborn, MI. Curated by Amanda Partridge Nordin. Opening Reception on Saturday, May 7, 2022, 5-8 pm.
2022 Gilda Snowden Memorial Exhibition, March 2 - April 15, Scarab Club, Detroit, MI. Curated by Michelle Perron. Opening Reception on Friday, March 4, 2022, 5-8 pm.
Print: Featured in Clearline Zine, a Detroit-based environmental and sustainable textile zine. To pick-up a copy in print or digitally, please visit: Clearline Zine, no.003, 2021, pp.86-89.
Broken Horizon, 2019.
Handwoven strip cloth, sewn together, naturally dyed warp threads with indigo using a fructose vat, along with comfrey gathered from Detroit and over-dyed with iron oxide minerals; stretched on canvas and mounted on wood.
This piece was created to honor the way memory shifts and fades, and how grief is experienced in the body, while simultaneously acknowledging how the horizon can be a healing symbol. In addition, the work explores the disparate themes of memory and sky because both act as a filter through which we see our lives.