As well as being a surface pattern designer, I am a multimedia artist who utilizes a variety of size, textures, and media to express myself; I like to mix "high" art and "low" art, and I am inspired by the ordinary and the unusual alike.
I am honored to have had my fine artwork displayed in museums (Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, Tacoma Art Museum, The Art Museum of South Texas, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, the Ackland Museum of Art, University of North Carolina), galleries (Rochester Contemporary Art Center, Kathryn Schultz Gallery, Gallery 37), corporations (AT&T, RTI International), government offices (USAID, U.S. Peace Corps Office of the Director), educational institutions (University of California, Berkeley, University of California Office of the President, and Casa de la Universidad de California in Mexico City), magazines (Nob Hill Gazette, Revue Magazine [Guatemala], PNG Air magazine, and the official "Welcome to Papua New Guinea" tourist guide), athletic institutions (Oakland A's), and in public spaces (cities of San Francisco and Oakland, CA, and restaurants in the SF Bay Area and Washington, DC). I also photograph events (Papua New Guinea's Goroka Show, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage festival (selected in 2020, postponed due to COVID-19).
I also enjoy volunteering and contributing work to charity (Bay Area Community Services, LeBonheur Children's hospital), and I served as a member of the Emeryville Public Art Committee and juror for the Emeryville Celebration of the Arts Purchase Award.
"Farmers Market" heart created for the 2017 "Heroes and Hearts" benefit for the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation, purchased by AT&T.
My twin sister and I painted three life-size Stomper mascots for the 2018 Oakland A's "Stompers in the Town" public art event, benefiting the A's Community Fund and commemorating 50 years in Oakland.
"The Oakland A's Rock" was purchased by Augie's Montreal Deli in Berkeley, CA and proudly greets customers.
"Tourist Stomper" was purchased by Oakland, California’s official Visitor Center and greets visitors in Jack London Square.