-—Talking in Geneva!—-
This April, I’ll be speaking at TEDxGeneva about freedom for artists in the digital age. For more information, go here!
The work pictured here is a portrait of my grandmother with one of her chickens, and it also happens to be painted on a canvas bag. To see more portable portraits, go here.
-—Showing with Oregon Art Beat!—-
Oregon Public Broadcasting’s Oregon Art Beat has been featuring regional art for fifteen years now, and, to celebrate, OPB and its artists are putting on a show. To see the 2010 segment which talks about my work, go here, and please come enjoy the festivities this spring! For more information about the exhibition, go here.
-—A book about what’s natural!—-
My most recent project, Crime Against Nature, is a series of paintings of animals as well as a book which celebrates the true diversity of behaviors surrounding gender roles and sexuality. You can buy a print copy of the book or a PDF of it here, and you can read the complete e-book online here for free.