New Year, New Website, New Work

Detail of new work/I caught you looking at my butt

If you’re reading this it means that a. you’ve successfully made it to 2015 (congratulations!) and that b. you are on my new website. It may not look all that different but, oh! it is. It’s been seven months in the making with the mad geniuses at Gambit in Portland, OR.

You can now peruse some of my essays, which I hope you enjoy. If you know any visual artists, actors, writers, or performers, please share On Artists and Criticism with them; it’s one of my favorites.

For the past year, I’ve been working on a new series of sculptures, which have brought meaning to my life during a very difficult time. They have helped me and healed me in countless ways, and I am very excited to be able to share them with you. They are part of a larger body of work, which includes a memoir I’m currently writing, all circling the same theme: the intersection of grief and wonder. You can check out the new pieces in the Visual Art portfolio here. I’ll let you know when new pieces get added.

If you’d like to receive updates about such things and are interested in what I do, you can find a signup form for my mailing list on the bottom of every page of this site.

More things to come in the next few months. In the meantime, I’m wishing you a year filled with good health, love, and art.

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