I’m so excited for this show. I bought a new dress from my favorite store. Yay! Fancy! I’m so blessed to be included with this group of wonderful women artists! Thank you to We Are Indy Arts and the Center for Black Literature and Culture.
Opening Reception Center For Black Literature and Culture (Inside the Central Library) Tuesday, November 16th, 5 pm-7:45 pm!
After 5 attire is suggested. Please wear a mask and follow all safety guidelines while inside the Indianapolis Central Library.
Excited to be back at SHOP VIP this November! I will be attending the mixer on Friday night and I will be there selling original art & objects on Saturday. Get your tickets for the whole weekend now. They start at (5.00). Come have an exclusive and elevated shopping experience with incredible artists & vendors.
I’m back at the library with We Are Indy Arts. I’m geeked to be showing with this group of artists! So dope. Please come to our reception on November 16th 5-7:45pm at the Central Library in downtown Indianapolis. It is going to be a phenomenal show! Come join us. Stay tuned to this space for more details about the reception.
I’m also excited to be back at the Garfield Park Arts Center for their annual Autumn Art Fair.
This is from the website, “Our annual art fair will feature two days of handcrafted and original artworks to purchase along with free family-friendly entertainment and kids’ activities. Over forty local artists from Indianapolis and surrounding areas will be selling their one of a kind and affordable items. ”
Nov 20 & 21, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM Garfield Park Arts Center, 2432 Conservatory Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46203, USA
FLAVA FRESH ! ARTISTS: An Annual Juried Multi-Art Exhibition Presentation Series of Contemporary Art based in Indianapolis, IN
Sullivan Munce Cultural Center – Museum | Sept. 10th, through Oct. 30th, 2021 | 225 W Hawthorne St. Zionsville, IN 46077 | Public Reception Planned | September 17th | 5-8 PM
North College Avenue Library | Sept 7, 2021 through Jan 25nd, 2022 4180 N College Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46205
Let’s Get Excited with Indy Jazz Fest Lugar Plaza | Wednesday, September 15 from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. 200 E. Washington Street Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc. and Indy Jazz Fest Present: Let’s Get Excited! Join us for an evening of live music, food, and drinks on Lugar Plaza.
And, upward and onward along this Scale of Life, everything is moving. All are on the Path, whose end is THE ALL. All progress is a Returning Home. All is Upward and Onward, in spite of all seemingly contradictory appearances. Such is the message of the illumined.
Chapter 7, Paragraph 8 The Kybalion
I’m excited to be making space in my life for more blessings. I am finally starting to feel like I am finding my way. The Indy art community is growing in a way that is really encouraging personally and professionally. Everywhere I go I meet a new dope person and I couldn’t be happier to be exactly where I am. I am firm believer that there is space for everyone in the creative economy; I am grateful to be finding my spaces and my places.
Again, I am super blessed. God is good. This year started rough and the turn-around is real. So much awesome news! I’m so happy that my chest hurts and I am a little overwhelmed. This is my first year as part of Flava Fresh! So dope.
Indianapolis Artsgarden | June 29th, through August 29th, 2021
110 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Sullivan Munce Cultural Center – Museum | Sept. 3rd, through Oct. 30th, 2021
225 W Hawthorne St. Zionsville, IN 46077
North College Avenue Library | Sept 2021 through Jan 22nd, 2022 4180 N College Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46205
I showed at the Garfield Park Art and Music Festival. I danced all night and had my best sales day ever. It was exactly what I needed. That win is giving me great momentum going into this 3-day intensive art and business workshop I have coming up.
I showed up to a networking thing…proud of me for showing up. I have faith that will get easier. Either way I am putting myself out there.
I showed at the public library again with Gary Gee and a host of other talented artists. The Hip Hop Anthology show is something you should check out every year and should happen forever.
Excited for the work I will get to do at Arts for Lawrence.
And it’s back! My show goes up in August this year at the Storefront Theater. I can’t wait for everyone to see what I bring. It will have good art & good music. It will be a great opportunity to get to know me and my work.
Gathering Me’s August 2021 @ The Storefront Theater | 717 Broad Ripple Avenue Reception | August 21, 2021 7- 10pm Details Coming Soon.
Enjoy an evening in the Sunken Garden with the Garfield Brewery and The Original Swayzee Hand Breaded Tenderloin! The Garfield Park Biergarten events will take place every 3rd Thursday May-August.Visitors can listen to live music, participate in themed activities, purchase artwork from local artists, and meet community partners. Event admission is free, and there is no need to register.
5:30- 8:30 PM | 2505 Conservatory Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46203 | Find More Information Below
I am so excited for this event! Not only am I an Artist Partner at Arts for Lawrence, I am also a member of the Visual Arts Center Committee. I had the privilege of showing at their VIP night and I can’t wait for the public opening!
June 18th, 19th & 20th | 8920 Otis Ave Lawrence, IN 46216 | Find More Information Below
Happy Juneteenth! Happy Solstice! Happy Pride! Happy Black Music Month!
God is good. I’m so excited to be showing this month! Make sure you check out these shows!
Hip Hop Anthology Vol. 2 Curator: Gary Gee
June 1-30, 2021 at the Central Library 40 East Saint Clair Street Indianapolis, In 46204
Hip Hop Anthology Vol. 2 is a Visual Narration. Collectively curated by visual artists that are authentically inspired and influenced by Hip-Hop culture, music, fashion film, literature, lifestyle, politics, social commentary, and the voice of the underdog.
Garfield Park Art and Music Festival
The Garfield Park Art & Music Festival is hosted by the Garfield Park Arts Center, Indy Parks, and Garfield Brewery at Garfield Park, the oldest city park in Indianapolis. The 4th annual Garfield Park Art & Music Festival (GPAMF) is an outdoor festival celebrating the art, music, and culture of Indianapolis. The festival will feature a handful of local musicians and bands of diverse genres performing their original music. Up to thirty local artists working in a variety of mediums will also host artist booths with their fine art and handmade wares for sale. The mission of this festival is to showcase and celebrate local talent in the art and music scene in a diverse, inclusive, and equitable way.
June 26th, 2021 4-10pm at the MacAllister Amphitheater at Garfield Park 2450 Conservatory Drive Indianapolis, IN 46203
God is good. I am so excited to be showing new work this year! I am featured in “Vive, A Group Exhibition” with Kori Bethea and Aaron Scamihorn at the Storefront Theater in Broadripple. We had a great soft opening. Not only did I collaborate on the playlist, but I made a sale!
All three of us will be featured there later this year in solo events so be on the look out for those shows as well.
I do have select availability for personal tours, so contact me if you would like to see the show in person. We are planning on having a closing reception; so stay tuned for those details. This show will be up until the end of May 2021.
I am also excited to announce my participation in, “Power: Hoosier Women In Art.” The exhibit will run from May 7-29, with an exhibit opening reception during First Friday on May 7, 5:15 – 8:00 PM. You and your guests will need to register for a time slot at tinyurl.com/gpac-first-friday.
Making art is fun. Every moment that I spend making art is pleasure. There is nothing more purely good than putting brush to canvas. Few things can compare to the heady mix of brewed coffee and marker fumes. No sensation quite matches the scratch of pencil on paper. Art feels good.
I used to think of my art as “the great work” of my life. Recently, I realized that was wrong-headed. Art is the great joy of my life. It is the opposite of work. With art the labor is the fruit. When I draw or paint, I feel passionate, purposeful joy.
One of my goals this year is to enjoy life more. Life is short and I want it to be fun. I want to do more of the things I love. Some people say life is a race or a marathon. For me, life and art are long walks; its easy, natural. You will eventually get where you are going. Enjoy it.
A few quick announcements:
I am incredibly grateful for the clients that I have had over the years; but in order to make time for more pleasure, I will be discontinuing my freelance graphic design work. I am happy to consult or make recommendations.
I look forward to focusing more on my fine arts practice, gallery shows and vendor events.