About

Who I am:

I am an artist and writer who lives in Dallas, Texas, originally from the “pine curtains” of East Texas. I’m also an emerging historian, and most of my work is based around vintage personal, found and public domain images, or iconic scenes from cities and small towns. Creative work has been a sustaining element in my life, not only in the fun of producing it, but also in exploring art communities at home and away.

When I began my creative journey in 2016, I was inspired by the late, great Molly, or the “Muse who Mews.” Now I have Bluebonnet and Bosque Beans aka. the “Mewses times Two-ses.” So, I’m also a cat lady, and they show up in my work from time to time!

Exhibitions:

Upcoming:
May 2021 Thrift Studio selected artist group show at Maestri Gallery, benefiting Dwell with Dignity, Dallas, Texas.
August 2021 Feast in the Forest auction and fundraiser, Texas Forestry Museum, Lufkin, Texas.
August 2021 Thrift Studio benefiting Dwell with Dignity, Dallas, Texas.

Past:
2017 Group Exhibition, The Basement Gallery, Knoxville, Tenn.
2017 Festival of Trees, Museum of East Texas, Lufkin, Texas.
2018 Art Conspiracy, Art Auction, Dallas, Texas.
2018 Private Fundraiser Auction, Los Angeles, Calif.


Publications:

The Lives They Loved,” The New York Times Interactive, 2016

Click here for my publications archive.


2021 Stockists:

Texas Forestry Museum

2021 Speaking Engagements:

Folklore in the Archives Symposium, UNT Libraries, September 3, 2021


How to work with me:

My work is well-suited for commissioned brand collaborations or licensed art with cities, destinations, or businesses who want to highlight their heritage and tell their story in a creative way. I offer original art for sale in Dallas, Texas and elsewhere, including custom commissions.

I also write, speak and consult on East Texas History and Folklore; Creative Heritage Projects, and other topics.

Please contact me for my 2021 schedule, presentation topic options and creative project structure for private commissions and B2B custom art pieces.


“Art is our memory of love. The most an artist can do through their work is say, let me show you what I have seen, what I have loved, and perhaps you will see it and love it to0.”
Annie Bevan