My Work Now Available at Rare Device in San Francisco + An Interview on the Rare Device Blog!

Excited to share that Rare Device in San Francisco is now carrying my work!  If you don’t know about this shop, you should - I’ve followed its story since it started up way back in the day in Brooklyn, then moved to SF. Rena Tom founded it, then Lisa Congdon became a co-owner, and now it’s under the care and leadership of Giselle Gyalzen with Creative Manager  Rachel Robertson and a whole bunch of other amazing folks

From the Rare Device website: “The storefront is filled with lovely, approachably designed items for your home, yourself, and your family. Every object in the store has its own story, and has been chosen because it is either handmade, well-designed, useful, beautiful or all of the above. The aesthetic is modern and whimsical while remaining warm and inviting.” All extremely true: I love this spot in the world, so this is a bit of a dreams-do-come-true moment for me :)

In addition to carrying several of my prints (if you’re in San Francisco, go see ‘em!) they were also kind enough to publish an interview with me on their blog, which you can read right here. (Thanks again for the awesome Qs Kayla Conyer!

Recent News + A Giveaway!

A lot has happened with my work in the past few months, and I’ve not been very good about keeping up here! Highlight reel:

  • I’m in a group show called Transform, put on by Siren Nation. The opening reception is Thursday November 1 (details here) - if you’re in Portland, come on out and say hello!

  • Kinetic Lines 17 was chosen to hang in designer, blogger & tv personality Emily Henderson's "Portland Project" showcase home, which was extremely cool!

  • I’m a member of the Chairish Artist Collective, and was proud to be featured in Chairish curators’ "Essential Trends of 2018" collection!

  • My work was featured by Saatchi Art in a collection!

  • Artfully Walls showcased my work in a number of different featured collections - always very fun to see curated gallery walls and how my work fits in!

So lots of cool stuff going on. To celebrate (and also let’s be honest, the scene in this country at the moment is deeply disturbing and I’d love to create a little light in the way I can.)

Head on over to my Instagram page and throw your hat in the ring. Good luck!

Color Space 27 Featured by SFMOMA Curators!

Each Friday, the team at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) features a few pieces made by working artists on their Instagram & Tumblr accounts. I'm thrilled to share that Color Space 27: Pink, Red & Yellow was the cover image for their weekly feature a couple of weeks back! (Right there next to Magritte....squeeee!!!). 

So honored and thrilled - and inspired to keep following my aesthetic and keep doing the work. And if you're a working artist, throw your hat in the ring to be featured! It's an amazing opportunity to show your work.