I grew up surrounded by my grandfather’s modernist paintings. Once my parents realized I was fixated on art they brought me to museums in Los Angeles, an hour north of where we lived. Once 18, I spent 3 years in a traditional program until moving to a conceptual one at UCLA. I made much less art than I read theory there, but that education shaped my approach and I was lucky to study under many accomplished artists. After graduating, I took more technical art classes and still continue to learn new skills when necessary. I am a project based artist primarily making drawings and prints, but will expand into various mediums and sometime collaborate with other artists. My topics include politics, history and art history, sociology, science and occasionally food. I live with my husband, Felix Salmon, in a Brutalist tower in Chinatown, NYC.
My work is up on Artspace.