Square Cloud Art My current work is inspired by plant communication and seeds. My aesthetic draws from too many influences to count, notably the Pacific Northwest Mystics, esp. Morris Graves, The Hairy Who, Terry Winters, Lois Dodd, Ana England, Hundertwasser, the Pattern & Decoration movement, the Bad Painting movement, Patrick Dougherty, and David Hockney's large scale paintings of Yorkshire, England. I am a Master of Fine Arts candidate at U.C.'s DAAP School. I hold a B.A. in Fine Arts and Art History (double major) from Indiana University, as well as a Master's of Library Science with a specialization in art librarianship, also from I.U. I was a librarian at various colleges in Pennsylvania for over 10 years. Most recently, I served as a visiting librarian in the Robert A. Deshon and Karl J. Schlachter's Library of DAAP, where I curated several exhibits; one on the Fluxus movement, a small collection of artists' books from Ugly Ducking Presse, and also helped with UC's Bicentennial Collaborative Group Show called "University of Cincinnati: 200 Years of Curation," which opened during the Fall of 2019 in the Reed Gallery of DAAP. Contact me with questions.