Updates for May 6, 2018: "Flight School," "Transplanted," Minetta Review, and the Chautauqua School of Art


Hey everyone,

Just a few quick updates!


Flight School: Master of Fine Arts at American University

For the next few months, The Knot is featured in Flight School, an exhibit in the Concourse D/E International Gallery of the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI).

This exhibit is presented by the BWI Static Arts Committee, chaired by First Lady Yumi Hogan of Maryland, and in conducted in collaboration with American University of Washington, D.C. This collection captures the visions of the young artists of American University as they begin a journey of individual expression in many different media.



Interruption Point is featured in Transplanted, a juried exhibit from the School of Art at the University of Montana.

This juried exhibit features work from national and international graduate students working within the studio arts, aiming to reflect upon the shared experience amongst artists across various the schools and universities.  


The Minetta Review

Alternate Edge and Ambivalent Reflections are both featured in the Spring 2018 issue of the Minetta Review, a literary and arts publication of New York University (ISSN 1065-9196).


The Chautauqua School of Art

This summer, I'll be spending two months in a residency at the Chautauqua School of Art in western New York! 

Thank You

As always, thanks for your support!


Studio Notes for May 6, 2018


The end of my first year as a graduate student pursuing an MFA in Studio Art at American University has come!  It's been a busy, productive, and fun year, with another one to go!

Since it's the end of the year, I wanted to share the current state of my studio with everyone!


"Spotlight on the Arts" 2018 - Opening Reception (April 21, 2018)


Thanks to everyone who came out to see DreamBoundless Rose, and Anxiety at the Fairfax Art League's Opening Reception for "Spotlight on the Arts" 2018!  I enjoyed meeting so many new people, discussing art, and being a part of the local art scene.

If you haven't had a chance to visit the exhibit in the City of Fairfax, it runs through June 6.

Below, like last time, is a short virtual walkthrough!

Thanks, as always!


"A Closer Look: Year One" - Opening Reception (April 14, 2018)


Thanks to everyone who came out last night to see my art (and me!) at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center for the Opening Reception!  I'm glad to have met so many people and had a chance to speak with so many of you about my art!

If you haven't had a chance to visit the exhibit in Washington, D.C., it runs through the 25th.

If you won't be able to make it, then take a look at the photos below:  it's a virtual walkthrough of the exhibit!

This exhibit features Anchor ReinsAlternate EdgeInterruption PointAmbivalent ReflectionsBreaching Containment, and Pure Miscreation.

Thanks, again, for all your support!


Updates for January 14, 2018: New Art, Thank You, and Upcoming

Hey everyone!  Happy New Year!

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New Art

I've produced quite alot of art, since the last update:  

I'm proud of all of these pieces, especially since they demonstrate my exploration of sculpture and sculptural painting, alongside my continued pursuit of expressionist, surrealist, and abstract elements within both painting and drawing.

All of these new pieces are from my Acceleration Period, are available for purchase (except for The Hole), and have prints available.  

Thank You

Thank you to everyone who has been supportive my art over the past few months, both in-person and online!  My Facebook Page and Twitter account have both seen an increase in likes/followers, as well as comments, shares, and everything else.  I appreciate all of the attention this brings to my art, because the art is my focus. 

Everyone I can reach with my art is another reason to keep producing.  Thank you!

(photo credit:  Jon Tyson via Unsplash )

(photo credit: Jon Tyson via Unsplash)


There will be more art, events, and shows in the near future, along with a surprise announcement or two, so stay tuned!