The Stars are Big and Bright

Mesa Community College, October 2011, 1833 West Southern Ave, Mesa, Az, 85202

Old work, new location.  The Seductress once again saw the light of day, at the Mesa Community College Elsner Library.  The week-long exhibition showcased the bright stars of the ceramic communities here at MCC.

Zahner Art Auction

Kansas City Art Institute, June 2011, 4415 Warwick Blvd  Kansas City, MO 64111

Zahner, an international architecture firm fabricated the designs of the top students of Kansas City Art Institute in an effort to raise funding for future scholarships.  The biennial Zahner Art Auction featured art works donated by KCAI faculties and selected students, at the school campus on a beautiful summer evening.  Lady Martha being the largest sculpture auctioned at the event, sold for $6,500 to Belger Art Collection.

Bachelor of Fine Art Exhibition

Kansas City Art Institute, April 2011, 4415 Warwick Blvd  Kansas City, MO 64111

The Martyr, shown at the Bachelor of Fine Art Exhibition at the H&R Block Space through out April, 2011, and received the Honorable Award for the Exhibition.

Rare Earth, Senior Thesis Exhibition

Kansas City Art Institute Ceramic Department, May 2011, 4410 Warwick Blvd  Kansas City, MO 64111

My Senior Thesis Exhibition at the ceramic department, concluding my undergraduate education at the Kansas City Art Institute, May 6th 2011. Works shown at the exhibition can be seen on the Portfolio page.

Undergraduate College Student Exhibition

Artist Coalition, April 2011, 201 Wyandotte, Kansas City, Mo, 64105

Zahner Competition Winner!

Kansas City Art Institute, December 2010, 4415 Warwick Blvd  Kansas City, MO 64111

Three weeks ago I was among six other contenders for the biennial KCAI Art and Sculpture Competition, and we each received $200 to build our maquettes for the final round.  We presented our maquettes in front of a panel of judges composed of five artists, collectors and craftsmen.  Winners will have their design realized in metal, up to the size of 10ft.  The finished product will be publicized and auctioned, the money will go towards KCAI scholarships.

This design will be 10ft in length, weigh 400lb, made out of core10 steel that’s weather resistant, bead-blasted stainless steel, and Aluminum.  Project completion is estimated by April 2011.

You can visit Zahner’s website at azahner.com/


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