Boston-based visual artists and museum research and evaluation professional, working toward: more consistent art-making, learning through iteration, making new connections with other inspiring makers.
2020 is quarantine art. It's slow and quiet. It's busy and overwhelmed.
My work in 2018 and 2019 was rooted in blind contour and continuous line drawing, with a focus on the female figure, reflecting on what bodies are: movement, stasis, communication, ambiguity, protection, vulnerability, control, wilderness.
quarantine art, reflections on the indoors
pastel on canvas, works from 2019
body language, #1
body language, #2
variations on blind contour, acrylic on canvas, works from 2019
watercolor and ink on paper, works from 2019
watercolor and ink on paper, works from 2018
what she saw, #1 (sold)
what she saw, #2 (sold)