Tiny + giant works in paper, made in San Francisco.


NEWS • 2015

MARCH 2015:   Currently I am working on a string of large scale commissions, a book proposal, and waiting to hear about several other opportunities. I am also trying to squeeze in some time for my new favorite thing, dead paper flowers. Find a collection of a few of them HERE.


JANUARY 2015:  I'm proud to announce the opening of Dead of Winter, a show I put together that is currently hanging at Rare Device in San Francisco. This show features ten artists, including myself, working in a wide range of media. It is a gorgeous show. I have been so busy arranging and hanging it that will just barely have my own piece done in time. The opening reception is Friday night, January 9th, 2015 from 6-8:00. The Rare Device gallery is located at 600 Divisadero (at Hayes) here in San Francisco. Please join us if you can!

Image below is a portion of a beautiful piece by The Jealous Curator herself, Danielle Krysa.


Here is a peek at my piece, entitled "For Shame". I cannot tell you how long I've waited for an opportunity to work on a decomposing flower. I have learned so much about flower structure working on this piece and I am eager to explore this much further. You can read about all ten of the artists on the Rare Device blog here. I hope you can stop by to see the show. It runs through February 4, 2015.




I'm starting to book 2015 workshops, including a fun Valentine's Day themed trio of workshops in Los Angeles! Find them here.




I am delighted to share four new beautiful, two-dimensional pieces of work done in collaboration with UK artist Simone Truong.

Visit my blog to read more, and you can order prints here.





A two day exhibit of new work for Dia de Los Muertos at Rare Device in San Francisco.

November 1 + 2, 2014

Read more in the SF Chronicle and on the Rare Device blog.