OBSERVER, EXPLORER, BUSYBODY
I moved to San Francisco at 18 and made my home here, holding a wide variety of odd jobs, studying art first as CCSF and then at CCA. I am continuously intrigued by the unexpected moments found in the city's many peripheral public spaces. In addition to having my studio at 1890 Bryant, I'm also a member of a cooperative printmakers' workshop.
I enjoy walking, whether backpacking in the Sierra or just out and about, ignoring "no trespassing" signs, and pretending to learn another language by slowly reading novels in Spanish.
Find me exploring outside, at a nearby library making unexpected discoveries, or in my studio.
Set up time to see my artwork, in person.
BFA Printmaking, CCAC
Introductions, Root Division (SF);
Heidi McDowell & Sarah Newton, Inclusions Gallery (SF);
Yokohama/San Francisco, LaunchPad Gallery, Yokohama, Japan; Sediments, Sequences, & Solitude, World Forestry Center, Portland, OR;
Transitional Objects, Graphic Arts Workshop, San Francisco;
FourSquared, Arc Gallery, San Francisco;
After Hours, Peterson Gallery Green Library, Stanford University, Palo Alto;
New Prints Autumn: Somewheres and Nowheres, IPCNY, New York, NY
Fellowship Residency, Playa Residency Program, 2014 & 2016