POST January/February Issue

I am so honored to be featured inside and on the cover of POST magazine's January/February issue. You can pick one up at your local Wegmans, Hart's Local Grocers, and select Barnes & Noble stores. An incredible way to start the new year with so many new projects and adventures. I am an Aunt again to beautiful twins, am opening a new studio/store with my sister-friend, get to paint to my hearts content as a January artist in residence at the YARDS, and many more that I could not possibly predict. Wishing you all an exciting and fulfilling 2016. Cheers!

Photography by  Hannah Betts

Photography by Hannah Betts

Art House Press' First Print

Art House Press released their first print edition this week, with over 125 pages featuring local, Rochester area, artists. The magazine contain wonderfully written engaging articles in a vibrant and beautifully designed format. I was honored to have my article from their issue 7 online included in this print edition. Oh, and did I mention that it is FREE?? Snap yours up today at locations throughout Rochester. Visit them on instagram @arthousepress and online to learn more. 

Latest Happenings

My first solo exhibit, "Archetypes" opened at the Rochester Brainery this September and is now up through the end of October. You can read their interview with me and get insight into my background and process here

Louelle Design Studio, which I co-own with my sister-in-law, held a booth at this year's Clothesline Festival. Along with our stationery line, I showed smaller watercolor and ink pieces, and we were honored to receive a Merit Award for our work. 

While I continue my focus on archetypal landscapes, I am rediscovering my deep love of dance and movement and will be exploring this path visually (and maybe even physically). I am so grateful to all who have and continue to be there pushing me forward and providing soft places to land. 



Art House Press Interview

I was recently contacted by Art House Press founder and artist, Cordell Cordaro, to be interviewed for Issue 7 of this great magazine whose mission is charting the art scene and featuring local artists. I met with writer Jason Campbell over coffee and discussed my process and various thoughts on my work (and life in general). I then braved the mosquito laden woods with Stephen Reardon for some fun images in a location I find inspiring. And finally, I got to meet fellow interviewees and artists Nate Hodge and Jason Barber and we had some fun goofing off on the gutted 17th floor of Chase Tower in downtown Rochester, complete with stellar views all the way to Lake Ontario. Check out issue 7 and the great interviews!