About me

I make pattern-based paintings and mixed-media works using geometric and biomorphic forms.  My primary media are acrylic, watercolor, and screenprinting. I explore liminal spaces and the elasticity of perception, working with paradigms of scale, repetition, and perspective to find the unstable edges. I’m interested in place and placelessness as material and psychological states, and in the possibilities of disorientation.

I’m a writer as well as a visual artist. In writing as in art, I'm interested in the instabilities of perception and how we form and re-form our understandings of ourselves.

Talking to artists about their work is one of my favorite things. I post conversations with artists at my blog ARTICIPLE

I have exhibited my work widely in the Bay Area and in other regions of California and the US. I live in Oakland and have a studio at The Compound.