About

Exhibitions | Art Sales | Retail Sources | Statement | Bio

Exhibitions

2022 6 x 6, Grants Pass Museum of Art, Grants Pass, Oregon
2022 Embrace, A Juried Exhibition, 4th Street Fine Art, Berkeley
2021 ArtSpan SFOS Showcase Exhibition, Juror’s Choice Amplify Award
2021 East Bay Open Studios, Oakland
2020 Kids & Art Fundraiser: Featured Artist, San Francisco/Online
2017 RBA Creative, Oakland
2017 The Gallery @ Panorama, “Wooden Icons” (solo), Oakland
2017 The New East Bay Open Studios, Oakland
2016-17 Berkeley Art Center, “Here”, Berkeley
2016 Art Night SF, San Francisco
2016 Berkeley Art Party, Berkeley
2015-16 Berkeley Art Center, “Here”, Berkeley
2015 ProArts East Bay Open Studios, Oakland
2015 EBOS Preview Exhibition, ProArts Gallery, Oakland
2014 Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley
2014 Peter Thomas, “Mythology Series” (solo), Berkeley
2012 Tech Liminal, “Loss” (solo), Oakland
1999 Grant Street Gallery, San Francisco
1990 “ Other Foot In The Door”, Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, Minneapolis
1989 “ Configurations”, Security Pacific, Los Angeles (Review in L.A. Times)
1988 The Emerging Collector, New York

Member, National Museum of Women in the Arts & ArtSpan SF

Art Sales

2021 Holiday Sale, 1890 Bryant Studios, San Francisco
2021 Art Pop-up, Caffe 817, Oakland


Retail Sources

RBA Creative
3718 MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA 94619
(510) 842-7871

Panorama Framing & Gallery
3350 Grand Avenue
Oakland, CA 94610
(510) 629-1918

Statement

My subconscious and imagination are very active . If I lay down and close my eyes, I start dreaming almost immediately. I can’t capture everything I see in my mind, but drawing is how I make my subconscious visible.

I have always experienced a closeness with other species and have been unable to believe the hierarchy and separation I was taught between humans and other animals. I don’t observe the supposed difference in degrees of intelligence, I observe different types of intelligence. Animals have their own thoughts and lives. We can’t know what their experience of life is. I like to explore what it could be like to be other species, or what relationship humans could have with animals that they don’t have now.

Bio

me

In kindergarten, I started telling people I was going to be an artist when I grew up. This was my second choice; my first choice was to be a deer. I was very embarrassed about this when I realized you had to stay a human your whole life.

I moved to the San Francisco Bay Area just after college, which felt like coming home. The natural surroundings have been a strong influence on my life and my art. I initially pursued an art career for about a decade but then decided I did not want to sell my art, as it was too personal. It was not a few years ago that I completely changed my mind on this. I was possessed by a strong desire to get my art out into the world.  Since then I have had numerous shows. I would like my art to bring beauty and inspiration to as many people as possible.