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I am a visual artist from California. My work explores themes of empowerment, sisterhood, feminism and wildness in dialogue with the environment. Often working in collaboration with the landscape, I situate traditional print media in untraditional contexts. I work primarily in large-scale woodblock and linocut relief printing and monotype printing, as well as paint media. Natural history, gender, and the environment are strong influences in my process.  I graduated from Scripps College in 2012 in Environmental Writing. My work has been exhibited in San Francisco and the greater Bay Area. I have been published by Grist Magazine, the Inverness Almanac, the West Marin Review, and Graphic Impressions. I have been an artist in residence at the Kala Art Institute in Berkeley California and at Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts in Wyoming. I am an active member of the Northern California Women’s Caucus for Art, the National Women’s Caucus for Art, the California Society of Printmakers and Southern Graphics Council International.

 

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