All prints are signed, 12x12, and $155, which includes shipping within the US. To order, please select the item you'd like and contact me at reelaesthete [at] gmail [dot] com. I will then confirm that your desired piece is still available, your shipping information, and send you a link to submit payment via Paypal. You can get a better look at the papers and see all available prints here...! Yay!
New Bone Art Series, 2016-7
My new bone art series using found and gifted animal bones, along with paint, gems, pearls, sequins, and ink.
How to Disappear, 2016
You were once the size of a pearl, a pomegranate seed... (2016)
New Collage Series: The Universe, 2016-7
A new series of collages using historic black and white images, gems, stones, and minerals. There are currently 22 collages in this series. See more of this collage series.
Recent Press + Annoucements
Arvada Double Exposure Show: January 19-March 26, 2017
From their website, "Double Exposure will feature 13 artists working in both photography and video in the Arvada Center’s Main Gallery. The subject matter and style of each artist ranges from documentary to conceptual, and explores the fact that these two media, photography and video, often help an artist develop their wider practice and bodies of work, as well as offer a glimpse into the versatility that many artists possess." I hope to see you at the opening!
"The Cutter-off of Water" at Whitespace and at the CICA, August-September, 2016
Whitespace Gallery is proud to announce the 2016 edition of the Short Shorts video festival with the title Jump Cut, guest curated by P. Seth Thompson. The French-Swiss film director, screenwriter, and film critic Jean-Luc Godard once said, “Every edit is lie." The selection of shorts, including "The Cutter-off of Water" explores that idea and will be screened at Whitespace Gallery in Atlanta, GA on August 17, 2016.Read more.
CICA Museum Exhibition "Concept" International Show on Conceptual Art May 6-29, 2016
The Female Gaze MHC Quarterly Interview: Mixed Media: Political Artistry
My interview, Political Artistry, in the 2016 Mount Holyoke College Alumnae Quarterly is now out in print. In it I discuss how I became an artist, the importance of attention, and the connection between art and politics. You can read it online now.
My Spark Gallery Artist Interview
For my 2015 show Do Your Teeth Miss the Taste of the Sky? Evan Siegel interviewed me about my artistic process, our relationship to death in the US, and the connections between my photographs and installation work. You can read the interview now on the Spark Gallery blog.
LandEscape Art Review Featured Artist, January 2015
LandEscape Art Review selected myself and 8 other artists from nearly 4000 international submissions to be featured in their January 2015 issue. My 16 page interview covers my installations, video art, several of my documentary photography series, and new art projects. You can read it now.