I have accumulated objects and images rooted from memories of family vacations, including domestic objects as well as sleeping bags, mirrors, and fish. These still lifes are set up in a way which suggests that they are occupied yet are absent of the figure. I view my body of work as a quiet series of reflections: transience, movement, and displacement. These objects become metaphors for time, memory, and personal search.
born: 1985, Belvidere, Illinois
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, MFA, 2011
Western Illinois University, BFA, 2007
selected group shows
Rosalux Gallery: Open Door 9 Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2013
St. Louis Artist Guild: Clearly Human, St. Louis, Missouri, 2013
Zhou B. Art Center: National Wet Paint Exhibition, Chicago, Illinois, 2009