Featured Artist in "Friends With Benefits"

Pleat Gallery (where I was lucky enough to have had a show in August 2018) founder Bethanie Irons called her thesis show “Friends With Benefits,” exploring the ways that artists interact with Instagram. I’m proud to be among the artists featured in it!

My contribution is on the right, below - here’s my feeling about Instagram at this moment in time: “Through Instagram I am interacting with art and artists every day and showing my work regularly. It inspires me to trust my aesthetic instincts and to keep exploring new ways of seeing, thinking and working.”

Image from Bethanie Irons Instagram account -  view image here .

Image from Bethanie Irons Instagram account - view image here.

Learn more about the show on Bethanie’s website - and be sure to keep up with the wonderful Pleat Gallery!

Image from Bethanie Irons website -  see more images of the show here .

Image from Bethanie Irons website - see more images of the show here.


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!