This show used the Daily Art Habit series as source material for explorations of human-scale time and the thresholds, both natural and imposed, we use to mark its passage. It featured paper sculpture, a hanging installation, and a series of twelve small giclée prints, and exhibited at Shift Gallery in Seattle in March 2022.
Recent Exhibition | 'Forty Nine'
Prints from "Forty nine"
Two Week Winter Break
Three Day Weekend
Three Day Drive
Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit
You Might Be Wondering...
What is the Daily Art Habit?
The Daily Art Habit started in May 2018 as a simple challenge to myself, born from a need to lean and grow out of a transitional period in my life. It's become empowering and transformational.
How is the art made?
I work digitally on an iPad Pro using and Apple Pencil and digital painting/drawing apps. I love working this way and believe these tools are the reason I've become an artist again.
Where's the rest of it?
Because I create every day, I have over a thousand of pieces of art I could show. Instead of showing it all, I've curated my favorite work into rotating exhibitions and collections to share.