PROJECTS: WHAT I'M WORKING ON RIGHT NOW. AND PAST PROJECTS.

Color:Story 2019

Writers: Call for Submissions!  Deadline: July 31st!
Color:Story will be an exhibition in Gallery 200 at The Silos on Sawyer. It will open January 12, 2019 as a joint Art Opening /Reading /Poetry Slam event from 5-8PM (immediately following January's Second Saturday event). Houston artist Leslie Gaworecki and I plan to create individual and collaborative pieces for this show, each piece inspired by and/or including words by a single writer. Writers chosen via submission at colorstory2019.wixsite.com/colorstory/submittocolorstory.  

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M.D. Anderson

Newest M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, League City, TX

Commissioned & Completed: Two 40x30" pieces for the lobby. Apollo missions visuals. Words are details about MD Anderson’s Cancer Moon Shots Program, which is doubling down across the board to find cures for 13 different types of cancers.

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Le Méredien Houston

Le Méredien Houston Downtown has chosen my work for their Unlock Art™ Program. My pieces are featured on Le Méredien limited edition room keys through June.

My work is currently being exhibited in the lobby, 1121 Walker St., 77002.

 

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AncesTree Project

Commissioned & Completed: The AncesTree Project, a 3-foot-diameter round piece.

Neighbors in the community who attended the inaugural Woodlands Cultural and Heritage Festival wrote their memories, traditions, cultures and heritages – 260 personal stories – onto paper leaves, which were hung on the original papier mâché AncesTree, which is currently on view at the Woodlands Children’s Museum. I was commissioned by The Woodlands Arts Council to write all of those shared stories into one piece, which represents the community’s diversity entwined and growing together. 

 

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Houston Methodist

Houston Methodist The Woodlands, as a new Houston Methodist hospital location, commissioned a triptych in 2017 with all of their new employees' signatures. Each of their 500 employees and staff members signed one of these trees. The hospital's mission statement and goals are woven into the remaining positive space.