I was awarded a SWAIA Discovery Fellowship in 2010. The fellowship supported my dream journey to visit Peru to collaborate with Peruvian weavers and engage in a cultural weaving exchange.
This project enabled me to travel and work together with Peruvian weavers. I participated in a Tinkuy de Tejedores Gathering (A Gathering of Weavers). The purpose of the gathering was to broaden and deepen an understanding between indigenous weavers and forge connections among people who are passionate about textiles.
I then traveled to Guatemala and Bolivia to conduct workshops and artist interchanges with local weavers, and to collaborate in a combined Navajo and Backstrap style tapestry that was exhibit in both countries.
June 15-18, 2012 The Art Museum at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
I will be both a guest and a presenter at the Navajo Weavings and Jewelry exhibit at the museum. The exhibition will be on display May 27 through August 26, 2012.
August 18-19, 2012 Santa Fe Indian Market, Santa Fe, NM
This show is held annually at the downtown plaza in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I am working on several new weavings for 2012 Indian Market. Stop by to visit and to view my new work in Booth 701 LIN-E (Lincoln Avenue).
October 2010 – 2012 Art In Embassies Program
My weaving, “Four Peaks” will be on tour at the U.S. Embassy Bangui ’10 Amb Wohlers. Bangui is the capital of the Central African Republic.
January – April 2012 Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA
My tapestry, Pollen Path, was in the exhibition, “Shapeshifting: Transformations in Native American Art” at the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts.
January 2013 C.N. Gorman Museum in Davis, CA
I am working on a new body of weavings to exhibit at the C.N. Gorman Museum in Davis, CA. Check back for updates about this show.
2016 Georgia O’Keeffe Museum of Art
I have an invitation to participate in an exhibition consisting of landscape based theme artists. Check back for updates about this show.