Tuesday, September 13, 2011

glitter door

a Charlottesville glitter-door! aaand I'm glad to say that it is still beautiful and shiny over a month later!

(Thanks to Patrick for these pictures.)

august opening

Here's a few pics from The Shuckster in Charlottesville. (Thanks to Jesse for scanning the paintings!) I had an opening August 5th. The show is done now, but thanks to everyone who came by and saw it!

Also, check out pics from the September show, featuring Victoria...it's pretty sweet! The space has these great little nooks and it's nice to see what people do with them.

Monday, September 12, 2011

recent glittery history

Here's a bunch of photos I never posted from the summer. During a long period of house-hunting craziness, I seem to have neglected the blog. But don't worry, it's still here!

And by photos, I mean photos that Conrad took. Thanks!

Friday, June 24, 2011

Handmade Stalactites in the Broad Street Concourse

Wednesday, I hung up my stalactites in a couple entrances to the Broad Street Subway. It was great to see them hanging underground! Big thanks to Jackie for helping me out and Conrad for taking photos!

Check out the full set of photos over at Streets Dept.

recent wheatpastes

I am finally getting around to posting these pics from a few weeks ago when Alex, Conrad, and I went out around Northern Liberties and Fishtown. I pasted up some new vultures (some of which are definitely still up!). Go check 'em out!

Photos by Conrad.

Sunday, April 24, 2011


A couple weeks ago, my friend Jackie organized a bike-themed art show to benefit her Bike & Build trip this summer. It was a one-day show at Masthead Print Studio in Northern Liberties. Above is the painting I made for the show! A kind-of-awful terribly lit photo that I wanted to show you anyways! There it is!

The Cheaper Show

I submitted to The Cheaper Show in Vancouver (which will take place in June) aaaand while they didn't select me to be in the show, they did put me on this list of honorable mentions! Big thanks to them!

You can read my little bio and see an image of my work here.