top of page
June- Warwick Center for the Arts: Group Show, The Girls: 3259 Post Rd, Warwick, RI 02886.
Exhibition opens to the public on Saturday, June 3rd at 11am. • The Girls opening Reception will be held on Thursday, June 8th, from 6pm – 8pm • Exhibition closes: Saturday, July 1st learn more here
July- Helme House Gallery at South County Art Association: Juried Exhibit Go Figure
Opening reception June 22nd 2023, 7:00pm. Exhibit open through July 15
August 11th 2023- 2024- Kunâhneepamuhshâtunônak “Our Moons” Invitational Exhibit
Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center- Two pieces are on exhibit until next year, please visit the Art Gallery located at the Museum on the first floor
September - pending
October 14& 15th 2023- GrayHorseStudio Pottery Sale during HopArts Studio Trail - A self guided open studio weekend through historic southern Rhode Island. Visit www.hoparts.org for map information. Open 10am-4pm
November 2nd-November 26th- Solo Exhibition: Those That Guide Us
The Gamm Theatre, Warwick RI. Full showing of original 2D works available for sale during Native American Heritage month. Learn More Here
2022 Make Art Grant Awardee - Four Legged Relatives
Project Summary accepted and funded by the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts. RISCA's award provided material support to create new work during my 2022 award period.
Funding provided in part by a grant from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, through an appropriation by the Rhode Island General Assembly, a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and private funders.
2021 Grantee Award from Running Strong for American Indian Youth
Click here to read the published article
Running Strong for American Indian Youth supports Native artists as culture protectors, tradition keepers, and valuable contributors to the contemporary American art world. We are proud to release Dreamstarter® Creative as a program to encourage Native artists who describe and celebrate Indigenous culture in their work in whatever form it may take.
Running Strong is donating up to $25,000 in grants each year to Native artisans who celebrate their Indigenous identity in their artwork. We will select up to 10 Native artists, graphic designers, beadworkers, seamstresses, painters, photographers, and illustrators to sponsor their work.
To learn more about RunningStrongAIY visit their website here.
Exhibition released for sale at Intertribal Creatives, Alexandria VA. Click to visit
bottom of page