It is my goal that the compensation I provide my patrons will evolve based on their needs and interests, so that we both receive value from our relationship.
The Importance of Community
Now that I am making good progress on my portfolio, I am trying to get out of the house more and network in the surrounding art communities.
Really Big Art Rally
I will be live painting next Saturday, March 25th, from 11:15 am - 12:15 pm to help raise money for Athica and Cine in Athens. This is a fundraising event for both non-profits...
When Your Son Grows up to Be Your Friend
Raising kids is hard, y'all. I didn't get everything right, by a long shot, but I think I did a pretty good job. I definitely broke some generational cycles.What does this have to do with art? You might be asking yourself this very question, and I will be happy to tell you. This fine young … Continue reading When Your Son Grows up to Be Your Friend
March 2023 Newsletter
In honor of Women's History Month, I have begun offering 30-Day Free Trials on my Patreon Memberships.
Meet the Artist Mondays
Thank you to everyone who supports my work through subscriptions, sharing my posts on social media, and offering feedback. Your generosity is truly appreciated.
2023 Artist Statement
Here's the first draft of my new statement. I would really appreciate your feedback if you have time to leave some.
If you would like to suggest a portrait series or concept, feel free to reach out in the comments.
February 2023 Newsletter
My Wild Woman Portraits Launch is on view in the Green Street Gallery at the Quinlan for one more week.
Artist Residency Prep!
If you have any favorite places to visit in the Charleston area, please drop them in the comments.
Print Feature: Town of Braselton
Support for the arts comes in many forms and hinges on the hard work of philanthropists and community partnerships. In the fall of last year, the city of Braselton launched a public art event to support local artists and position public art installations in the community.