Past Shows and Events
The Other Art Fair
I was one of 130 artists selected out of over 800 entries.
Carroll Harris Simms National Black Art Exhibition
December 17, 2022 - March 17, 2023
The juried competition awards $1000.00 to one artist in each of the following categories: painting, sculpture, mixed media, drawing, printmaking and photography.
African American Museum
Fall Group Exhibition 2022
October - November 2022. Fall 2022 juried exhibition featuring guests artist from around the US
Nuu Muse Gallery
September - October 2022 group show in Austin Texas
Art for the People Gallery
Queer ID Juried Exhibition
The Blue Galleries at Boise State
September - October 2022
Queer ID Juried Exhibition features artworks by thirty-six Idaho (current and former resident) artists who self identify as LGBTQIA+ selected by show juror J. Casey Doyle.
Art and Soul
Twin Falls Idaho
Located in Twin Falls, Idaho, Art & Soul of the Magic Valley is a transformative experience for artists and visitors alike. At its core, Art & Soul is about building relationships through arts appreciation. The Magic Valley Arts Council strives to make this large-scale arts appreciation event an amazing experience for everyone involved: artists, sponsors, venues, viewers and voters.
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Art & Soul of the Treasure Valley 2021
June 2021 showing and entry for Art and Soul of the Magic Valley in Twin Falls Idaho
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Season 1 Episode 14 - Queercore
Explore the Queernundrums of the queer community; this week we dive into Queercore history! We are excited to have our first guest Brandon Dudley bring this wonderful topic to all of you. Check out this cultural/social movement that is one of our many subcultures of the LGBTQ+ community.
Meet the Artist
I always like to tell people that creativity flows through my veins. It has been that way for as long as I can remember. I was always that weird kid with an overactive imagination. Whether it was me being convinced that I could fly after watching Peter Pan for the first time or thinking I was a Care Bear and could shoot rainbows out of my stomach. I was a born performer long before I picked up my first paintbrush. But never the less, I have always been creative it's just who I am.
I refuse to be restricted to one specialty. If I want to try it, I give myself permission to try, and if I don’t like it after I have tried it, I stop. However, I do a lot of painting and street photography; I think they would be as close to my specialties as I could get. While I hate titles, I consider myself a contemporary abstract painter.