Get Up and Go...

As I enter the final semester of my grad studies, I'm becoming increasingly anxious to wrap up school and start the next chapter. Strange to think that I started down this path in the fall of 2018 and I'm just about at the end of the journey. It's been challenging, especially with the pandemic thrown in for good measure, but I've managed to surprise myself with the amount of patience and resilience (so far). I'm thankful that my grad studies translate well to online learning, however, there are some facets to this education that work best in person. I won't bore you with specifics, but I have a greater appreciation for online learning.


The critical phase of my grad thesis research is upon me, and so I've decided to take a step back from social media and focus on school. With that said, I leave y'all with a sneak peek at two of my latest collage pieces; one featuring the late home run king, Hank Aaron, who passed away on Jan. 22nd, and a tribute to artist, Ray Johnson, "Time For Smoke Break." Both collages measure 5 x 7 inches on chipboard. I love the color pallet on both of these, and the fact these are slightly bigger than the trading card-sized collages I've been making over the last few months.


I'll do my best to post some art updates over the course of this semester, but please don't be surprised if there is radio silence for awhile. Until then...