I want to send out a big thank you to The City of Navasota and The Arts Council of Brazos Valley. In the last six months you have welcomed me, and made me feel at home. I am so grateful for the time and space given to me for creating.
I’d like to give an extra special thank you to the City of Navasota employees who were always looking out for us!
Austin will be my new home- just a hop, skip, and a jump away!
In the past few weeks I’ve completed a couple of pet commissions. Both were wedding related. One was for a friend in New Orleans who proposed to his girlfriend. She said ‘yes,’ in case you’re curious (yay!). The other, was … Continue reading →
I’ve been spending quite a bit of time in the studio lately. Here are a few new works. All are oil on canvas adhered to board. I’ve been experimenting with different canvas techniques this summer, and I’m really enjoying this … Continue reading →
Our much anticipated open house was yesterday. We want to thank everyone who came out, making it a great day. The Filling Station made some delicious food, and we enjoyed fabulous music from Mitch White and Friends. I hope everyone had … Continue reading →
Lately I’ve really enjoyed taking a break from my larger works and creating a few small paintings. This is a huge deal, considering the smallest I’d even consider painting before this residency was 36 x 36.” I’m also finding the … Continue reading →
This weekend I went home for my father’s 80th birthday. I was sad that I had to miss Dining on Dartmouth, but my poppa only turns 80 once. Not to mention it was Mother’s Day in Mississippi too! I would also like … Continue reading →
I love books. I love to read them, listen to them, smell them, collect them, and hope to write one in the future. I also love nostalgia. This includes anything that reminds me of my childhood, or my parents childhood … Continue reading →
We had a great time this weekend at the Bryan Downtown Street And Art Fair! I’d like to give a huge shout out to Kristy Petty and The Village, the ladies at The Parker Astin Art Center, The Downtown Bryan Association, The … Continue reading →