Public Art at Jackson Hole Center for the Arts

Camp Wood (wood and paper, 5'x2'x4') at Jackson Hole Arts Center, Jackson, WY. Big thanks to Carrie Richer, Meg Daly, Travis Walker and Scotty Craighead for helping realize this temporary installation at the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts. The installation will run in conjunction with the Greater Yellowstone exhibition at Daly Projects from October 8th to 31st. 

Greater Yellowstone Exhibition Opening

I'm excited to present my  Greater Yellowstone exhibition from October 8th to 31st, 2015 at Daly Projects in Jackson, WY. 

In January 2015 I was awarded the Teton ArtLab Artist Residency in Jackson, Wyoming. I used the month-long residency to investigate ecological and cultural forces at play within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. My research-driven artwork promotes ecological awareness by highlighting environmental management, cultural attitudes, and land-use practices found throughout the iconic ecosystem.

The year-long project culminates with a multi-disciplinary immersive installation featuring silkscreen prints, mixed media drawings, maps and installations in and outside the galleries at Daly Projects in Jackson, Wyoming. In conjunction with exhibition, I will realize several temporary installations throughout Teton County.

Opening reception is on Thursday, October 8th from 5 to 7PM.

Hand painted tools by lettering artist John Cronan, for Greater Yellowstone Stump, collaboration.

Hand painted tools by lettering artist John Cronan, for Greater Yellowstone Stump, collaboration.

Artist Talk at Harvard Forest

I am honored to be giving a talk on Friday at Harvard University's Research Forest in Petersham, Mass. I'll be presenting recent work to demonstrate the power of combining multiple disciplines (art, design, and science) to spotlight pressing environmental issues and everyday ecological phenomena. Harvard Forest Seminars are free and open to the public; no pre-registration is required. For more info including webstreaming details visit: http://harvardforest.fas.harvard.edu/seminars

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