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Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation 2020 Grant Recipient

I’m honored and grateful to announce that I have been selected for the Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation’s 2020 Grant. Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation

Foundation for Contemporary Art Covid-19 Emergency Grant

I’m grateful to the Foundation for Contemporary Art for their crucial support during these challenging times. FCA Covid-19 Emergency Grant

Momentum | Intersection Finalist

“Momentum | Intersection is a collaboration of industry, design, and art. Inspired by the studio glass movement, The [Toledo] Arts Commission seeks to provide new collaborations between applications of glass as an artistic medium and manufacturing processes. The 2019 – 2020 awardees are: Jason Robert Bauer (Brooklyn, NY), Carrie Iverson (Arlington, TX), and Kristine Rumman (Philadelphia, PA).” More information about Momentum | Intersection

Art Group Creative Fellowship 2020

I’m extremely honored to receive an Art Group Creative Fellowship from Canberra Glassworks to develop a new body of work exploring the intersection of print and glass. This fellowship will not only allow me to pursue the creation of a new and focused body of work but will also provide the invaluable opportunity of connecting with the world-renowned Australian glass community.

Denbo Fellowship: May 2019

I’m honored to receive the Denbo Fellowship from Pyramid Atlantic Art Center to develop a new body of work. My residency will focus on exaggerating/examining the glitches that arise through a range of print and papermaking processes as a way to distort and manipulate imagery.

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Recent Exhibits

2019 Instructor Exhibition
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts
May 11 – August 17, 2019

The annual Instructor Exhibit is held every summer in honor of Arrowmont’s workshop instructors, who are nationally recognized artists and university faculty. These individuals help further Arrowmont’s mission of enriching lives through art and we are privileged to celebrate them and their work. With over 150 classes being offered in a variety of media, instructors and students come to Arrowmont from across the globe to share skills and ideas- fostering new thinking, artistic growth and creative camaraderie. The exhibit showcases work from over 90 of the visiting instructors, and is a diverse and engaging representation of the techniques taught at Arrowmont including woodworking, glass, ceramics, painting, fiber and textile work, metals, jewelry, book arts, photography, and printmaking.

Misprints
Pyramid Atlantic Art Center
March 8–April 19, 2019

MISPRINTS is a contemporary art exhibition that celebrates the unique outcomes of a printer’s mistake on the 100th anniversary of the first airmail flight and the infamous “Inverted Jenny” stamp.”

Glasstastic
Bellevue Art Museum Glass Biennial
November 9, 2018 – April 14, 2019

In 2010, Bellevue Arts Museum launched the BAM Biennial, a juried exhibition which focuses on the work of established and emerging Northwest artists, craftspeople, and designers, with an emphasis on new work. Every two years, Bellevue Arts Museum has designated a new focus of exploration. The fifth edition in the series, BAM Biennial 2018: BAM! Glasstastic, will be focused on glass.