“All Flesh Is Grass” in Greensboro, NC

I am happy to announce that I am currently showing work at the Gatewood Gallery at UNC-Greensboro!

The exhibition is open during school hours in the Gatewood Building until February 23. But if you can’t make it to the exhibition in person, I’ve posted images of the gallery installation below.

“Boustrophedon” shirts and “States of Becoming Sand.” (Detailed images and info here.)
“Boustrophedon,” 2015-16, hand-spun yarn embedded in men’s shirts with embroidery thread
“States of Becoming Sand,” periwinkle shells and thread on pillowcase, installed on my bed.


“Pincushion Revisited,” polyester and wool fabrics, polyester batting, quilter’s and dressmaker’s pins, embroidery thread, 2017.
Complete Thought” and “S A Y” on the wall.
“S A Y,” altered dish towels, 2017.
“Prom,” nesting bowls, my prom dress circa 2006, and family heirloom table. 2013-2018.
Carpet Pages” from my residency at New City Arts/The Haven in 2014.
Piece of the Reel,” receipts and embroidery thread, 2015-2016

First Friday Opening at The Bridge PAI

Common Objects = Art in “Domestic Alchemy” by Will Mullany, Amanda Wagstaff, and Chicho Lorenzo

During the months of July and August, I participated in a collaborative artist residency at The Bridge Progressive Art Initiative in Charlottesville with fellow artists Will Mullany and Chicho Lorenzo. The result of our collaboration is “Domestic Alchemy,” an interactive art installation that encourages audience members to question the distinction between domestic and exhibition space, reexamine the rules of the “gallery space,” and find creative potential in familiar household objects.

The installation will be officially unveiled during First Friday, September 2 from 5:30-7:30pm in downtown Charlottesville. Potter’s Craft Cider will be there, too!


All winter long, I’ve been chipping away at a new addition to All Flesh Is Grass. “S A Y” is finally finished.

“S A Y,” altered dish towels, 2017.

Threads were snipped and carefully pulled out to form the letters:

Art on Paper 2017

I am so excited to announce that my embroidered envelopes, Casa Illuminata, are included in Art of Paper 2017 at the Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro, NC. If you find yourself in Greensboro this summer, stop by to see the exhibition. I am flattered to be showing work alongside so many artists that I admire!

One Pulse or Another, 2015, cotton thread on envelope

Full exhibition details can be found here: