Thanks to everyone who came out the ONE NIGHT ART GALLERY in Minneapolis. It was great having everyone graffiti these desks and make little works of art on all of the scantrons. This work will be on view at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in Spokane, WA on October 25, and will be traveling to Chicago later in the Spring! Stay tuned for info on that!
Check out this video from a recent art project I took part in - myself along with six other artists created instruments out of found objects and installed them in a public space for people passing by to play. The sounds were also being manipulated with live electronics.
A couple of weeks ago, I teamed up with artist Treeya Brooks to create a sculpture installation based on the theme movement. We created a mobile out of wooden rings (the biggest four feet in diameter) and installed it outside of the Katherine E. Nash Gallery. The sculpture was left up for a week and participants were invited to create smaller sculptures out of pipe cleaners and yarn to attach to the structure.
Saxophonist, Artist, Listener, Thinker, Teacher, Performer, Curator, Veggie, Reader, Lover of Contemporary Music