Screen print, colored pencil, acrylic, glitter on panel
Coolest man on the North Side
Boys and Toys!
Inspiration for many kids!
drawing via Wacom
drawing with Wacom
Pastel, graphite and charcoal
Colored pencil on reclaimed maps
Acrylic on various media
Landscapes envisioned in circuitboards
recycled materials, microprocessors, traditional art
LISTEN! the North Side Girls Have Something to Say!
*2009$25,000 Voices of Youth: Art in the Public Grant Award, The Pittsburgh Foundation, The Grable Foundation $3,000 Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts Supporting Grant.
LISTEN! The North Side Girls Have Something to Say! This is a youth driven public artwork that helped teenage girls develop self-confidence through exploring their identity as young African American women living on the Northside. Collaborating with girls chosen from youth service organizations; The Pittsburgh Project, Manchester Youth Development Center, Project Destiny and New Hope Neighborhood, along with arts organizations; Pittsburgh Filmmakers, Artists Image Resource and the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh to create an interactive map. The sixth, seventh and eighth grade girls, using video monitors installed in a bas-relief, silk screened map tell what it is like for them to grow up on Pittsburgh’s fractured North Side.
Maddy Self Portrait
MACS Young Women
community influenced art
Corner of Hope
acrylic and various materials to create feeling of baseball diamond
Created with community support and the students of The Pittsburgh Project
Path to Peace
With The Childrens Museum as part of the Charm Bracelet Project, financial support from The National Endowment For the Arts
5 bullet proof glass markers, engraved with quotes from Perry Hilltop Community. Martin Luther King, Barack Obama, Gandhi and Zechariah
Hazelwood, Elizabeth St Bridge 2019 with Edith Abeyta
PPG Paints Arena
Welcome to the Strip
3,500 sq ft
Woman, You Got This
Created with Global Minds High School Students
and Forgood for Hollanders- a women business incubator
located in Braddock, PA
Community supported mosaic created with Linda Wallen and students of Pittsburgh Project
acrylic on canvas
Dick Blick LLC, ShadySide Pittsburgh, PA
Pittsburgh International Airport
Robots Going to the Library!
Acrylic on outdoor sign material, Solar powered, motion sensor lights