Lexington Comic & Toy Convention 
Booth 2106
Dates: March 7 - 10, 2024
Location: Lexington, Kentucky
Dragon Con Art Show
Booth T86
Dates: August 31 - September 4, 2023
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Exhibit: Gatton Student Center Show
Title: Down the Rabbit Hole
Dates: Through August 2023
Location: University of Kentucky Gatton Student Center
Exhibit: University Open
Title: New Worlds
Dates: May 19 - June 30 2023
Location: LexArts Gallery 

Exhibit: Foundation Show
Title: TBD
March 23-30 during regular gallery hours, 
March 23, 4:30-5:30pm reception with artists.
I've started back to school! The end of this semester marks the end of the year for students, and each year they have an exhibition to show work done in our classes. We each get one project, so I'm really hoping to be able to pull off something cool. Please stop by to check it out, and if you can come to the reception to see me and talk about it, I'd love to have you stop by. 
Exhibit: Artist of the month
Title: Myths at McConnell Springs
Dates: December 2022
North Lime Coffee & Donuts are kind enough to host local artists in their locations and have allowed me to participate for the month of December. I will have prints from my series Myths at McConnell Springs on display at this fun location for all to see. 
These archival quality giclée prints are on Silverada Canvas, one of my favorite mediums for this series. The metallic sheen behind the nearly monochromatic images provides an almost magical effect that can't be seen on digital screens. I've opted to frame them flat instead of mounting them on canvas frames to encapsulate them for protection in this setting, but they can be mounted to canvas frames and hung without glass. 
Reproductions are available here...https://geogalleries.com/Silvenar/ starting around $144. Prices may vary depending on printer costs.

Exhibit: Rules and Play: The Claw, by RunJumpDev.org
Title: Astray In The Woods: An Interactive Performance
Dates: Feb. 11 – April 2, 2022 & Gallery HOP – March 18, 2022
The imagery in Astray In The Woods: An Interactive Performance derives from my work on Myths at McConnell Springs, a series about self-discovery using the park as a catalyst for imagination & storytelling. The image which was once a frozen performance is now explorable, but still ambiguous. Much like the traveler on their path, the glow in the darkness invites the viewer to peek inside. The scale of the scene demands focus, forcing the viewer to align themselves with the window, and drawing them into the moment. Curiosity inspires interaction with the scene, and perhaps for just a moment reminds the viewer of fond memories, or inspires the viewer to determine the story for themselves. These thoughts and memories are the prizes here.

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