public art projects

In 2016, I installed my first two permanent public art projects in Massachusetts. Since then I’ve been awarded three more permanent public art commissions: a wall-mounted painting/installation for the National Medical Center in Hope, California, is in progress and will be completed in July 2022; “Silent River” was installed at Denver’s new healthcare facility in 2020; and “Universal Sea” was installed in the new Student Services building at Texas A&M University in 2019. Also shown below is “Raging,” a site-specific installation made for my solo exhibition at Eastern Washington University in 2020. I’m delighted that my art practice continues to include painting as the foundation for my installations; to use a wide variety of materials; and to work on a scale that demands public attention, yet provides tiny, intimate details of mystery, beauty, and pleasure.

silent river | site-specific installation


raging | site-specific installation


universal sea | texas a+m university