Elizabeth Greenshields and Kluane Lake

I’m happy to announce that I’m a recipient of a grant from the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation. It makes several things possible this year, beyond artmaking in general: last month it helped me to travel to Kluane Lake in Canada’s Yukon Territory, where I was the inaugural artist in residence at the Arctic Institute of North read on…

Gushul Residency Studio

My collaborator Christopher Baldwin and I are happily in residence in the Gushul Studio in Blairmore, Crowsnest Pass, Alberta. It’s a historic “cottage” (read: airy studio with stunning views and generous living quarters attached) owned by the University of Lethbridge, and operated by that institution as the home of its artist in residence program. I’m read on…



I’ve been having a tremendously good February in Reno, Nevada. I spent a month here for events related to my solo exhibition at the Nevada Museum of Art’s Center for Art + Environment. I dropped work off for the show at the beginning of the month, gave a public talk this week, and in the read on…

You Are The Doorway / ABQ OneBeat


You Are The Doorway came together this weekend, as part of a collaboration between 516 Arts and OneBeat–more details about the event here. My piece, Homing, benefited hugely from an anomalous little niche in the vast space of the Yards’ Blacksmith Shop, where the pieces could be seen closely (and periodically poked at) but weren’t read on…

Teton Artlab Residency


I’m planning to spend October 2015 doing creative research in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem as one of the artists-in-residence at the Teton Artlab in Jackson, Wyoming. I can’t wait to experience the place, and am tremendously excited.

You Are the Doorway….in progress


There’s an upcoming show I’m in at the Albuquerque Railyards on November 1st–a one-night-only event of installation work–You Are the Doorway. (You can read about it here on the events page.) I’m having a fine and complicated time developing a project for it, and have been constructing small birds’-nest-forms out of hair, inspired by Victorian read on…



If I can’t get back to Australia myself anytime soon, my work will have to return as my diplomats! I’ve been working on, and have just completed, two pieces for an upcoming show in Canberra, Imaginarium (which you can find out more about here on the events page). Each is graphite on paper, and 17″x13″. read on…



I was fortunate and honored to have been lately interviewed for ¡COLORES!, a weekly PBS art series. The episode aired this week, and you can see it here. A huge thanks to Tara Walch at NM PBS / KNME-TV for using her time, talents and energy to put together a piece about my work that read on…

Ucross II

Grass Clothes

Here’s to Ucross, Wyoming, where I got to participate in a second mini-residency this summer. It was a wonderful and productive time, as last year; but my project was different this time, sinking me deeply into my surroundings. I made early pioneer-style costumes out of local plant materials, using a variety of techniques to render read on…

Video – wish you were here


Sun Valley Center for the Arts produced this nice video of Wish You Were Here, an exhibition curated by Courtney Gilbert featuring Elliot Anderson, Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe, Matt McCormick, Roger Minick, Karla Wozniak and myself.