SELECTED SOLO AND SMALL GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2019 liminoid, Gallery II, Pullman, WA
Escape, Stray Galleries, Pullman, WA
enTropic, Studio 84 Contemporary Art Space, Genesee, ID
2018 Demonstration I, Gspot Gallery, Houston, TX
Performance Showcase, Gallery II, Pullman, WA
Rites/Rituals, Gallery II, Pullman, WA
2016 Veiled, Sarofim Gallery, Georgetown, TX
2019 Art + Transaction Festival, St. Petersburg, Russia
Terrain, Terrain Gallery, Spokane, WA
TRIBUTTE, Gallery II, Pullman, WA
2018 The People’s Gallery, Austin City Hall, Austin, TX
2017 Art Hop, Georgetown Art Center, Georgetown, TX
New Texas Talent XXIV, Craighead Green Gallery, Dallas, TX
Due WEST, Dougherty Arts Center, Austin, TX
2016 9x12, Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Fort Worth, TX
Art Hop, Georgetown Art Center, Georgetown, Texas
o 1st place – 2D Abstract
2015 Central Texas Art Competition, The Temple College Visual Arts Gallery, Temple, TX
2019 WSU College of Arts and Sciences Interdisciplinary Research & Innovation Seed Grant
Assisting Assistant Professor of Painting/Intermedia Joe Hedges and Clinical Professor of Chemistry Dr. Amy Nielsen on a project developing and using thermochromic paints for an outdoor mural.
2017 West Austin Studio Tour – fellowship recipient
Participated in Big Medium’s sixth annual West Austin Studio Tour, an annual, self-guided art event spanning two weekends in May. As a fellowship recipient, received a waiver for the participation fees.
2016 Austin Art Boards – winner
Juried arts competition judged by Nick Ramos, Rebecca Marino and Wayne Allen Brenner. 10 winners and 25 honorable mentions were selected from 256 entries. The ten winning selections will be displayed on billboards in Austin during 2017.
2015 – 2016 King Scholar
Received a King Creativity Fund grant of over two thousand dollars to produce a series of large scale oil paintings composed through the use of graphs created from formulas based on the golden ratio
Received Walt Milton Potter Prize – awarded to most innovative grant project.
2019 Science Pub, presented by the Palouse Discovery Science Center
Overlapping Spectra: Art and Science Collaboration on the Palouse
2016 Research and Creative Works Symposium, Southwestern University
Finding Inspiration in Formula: Mathematical Invention in Painting