b. 1977 

BFA in Painting - Kansas City Art Institute

Member - American Abstract Artists

Based in New York City


Overall the paintings seek an architectural color space.

In the series Tone Parallel forms are nested in ways that suggest clockwork-like movement, blocks of pure color interlocking with sections of repeating pattern. A particular kind of painterly light is sought, one where stereometric form is invoked but never resolved. 

The goal is to create a painting that reads both as a visual mirage and physical embodiment. Ultimately a reductive and diagrammatic efficiency is sought, something like the clarity of a rung bell.

The works in Love without Lovers are non-objective or, as the title suggests, disembodied.

The series takes its title from an un-filmed screenplay found posthumously among Ingmar Bergman’s belongings. These paintings can be viewed like scenes in a black and white movie.

Many Worlds' namesake interpretation of quantum mechanics alludes here to unrealized or lost art.

That spirit runs through all the paintings: the feeling of something familiar yet unknowable, forms searching for a sense of place that we can only experience through vision.


Solo and Two Person Exhibitions
Harmonic Canon, Scholes Street Studio, Brooklyn, NY

Project 11, c2c Project Space, San Francisco, CA

Love without Lovers, GRIDSPACE, Brooklyn, NY
Many Worlds, Associated Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Hungry Eye, Basil Hallward Gallery, Portland, OR
Bestiary, Frances May, Portland, OR
New Paintings, The Cube at Beco, Kansas City, MO
Selected Group Exhibitions


The Idiosyncratic Pencil Resharpened, Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery, Clinton, SC


The Idiosyncratic Pencil, Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery, Clinton, SC

Beyond Black and White, Westbeth Gallery, New York, NY


Demand Curve, Proto Gallery, Hoboken, NJ

The Self on the Shelf, curated by Rob de Oude, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, New York, NY


In the Red, Royal Society of American Art, Brooklyn, NY

In the Cloud, Ethan Cohen Fine Arts, New York, NY

Select NYC, Transmitter Gallery at the Select Art Fair, New York, NY

LIC Arts Open, Fine Art in Space, Queens, NY
Kaleidoscopic, Royal Society of American Art, Brooklyn, NY
New Work City, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY
The Painting Center at 20, The Painting Center, New York, NY
Second Family, 2 Rivington, New York, NY
Small Things Considered, Laurence Miller Gallery, New York, NY
Salon, The Active Space, Brooklyn, NY
Half-Life, 241 Suydam, Brooklyn, NY


Curatorial Projects


New York is Now, The Platforms Project, Athens, Greece


Monuments in Reverse, 245 Varet, Brooklyn, NY


Liz Nielsen - Wolf Moon, 245 Laurence Miller Gallery, New York, NY