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2019 - 2022 National Tour

The World of Frida, celebrates the culture, style, and persona of visionary painter Frida Kahlo, an artist who continues to inspire with her story of love, adventure, and pain. Featuring over 100 national and international artists working in a wide array of media, the exhibition includes Frida Kahlo as the subject, as well as artworks inspired by her life and art, her beautiful garden, Mexican culture and fashion, vibrant colors, surrealism, and more.

The exhibition will be at Carlsbad Museum & Art Center, Carlsbad, NM running from Nov. 9, 2019 – Jan. 25, 2020.

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Carlsbad Museum & Art Center

The World of Frida 2019-2022 National Tour Schedule

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Come see what I’ve been up to in my studio. I will have a few watercolor paintings in progress that you can come see and chat with me about.

My studio is located in the American Industrial Building at 2565 3rd Street in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco. Out Open Studios will be in conjunction with the Open Studios of the CCA Graduate program which are on the same floor level and us.

Open Studios: Saturday, November 2nd, 12-3pm

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San Francisco Artists Studios

october | 2019


My collective, ONE+ONE+TWO, has been invited to be a part of this exhibition.

KADIST has invited Mercer Union, a non-profit artist-run center in Toronto, Canada for an Art-Space Residency and exhibition in San Francisco. Mercer Union has conceived the residency as an incubator to consider the approach to institutions working small-scale. Together, both organizations take up a series of questions around collaboration with Native Art Department International (NADI), a collaborative project by Toronto-based artists Maria Hupfield and Jason Lujan.

The collectives included in this exhibition are Borderline Art Collective, East Bay Alternative Book and Zine Fest, ONE+ONE+TWO, Project Kalahati, Sanctuary City Project, Slingshot, Street Sheet/Coalition on Homelessness, and 3.9 Collective.

Opening Reception: Saturday, October 12th, 4-6pm

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august | 2019


Please join us to learn about and support the post production fund for ¡Quba!

Artworks donated by: Kim Anno, Nicole Aponte, Steve Beal, Jennifer Berkowitz, Anthea Black, Libby Black, Michelle Bonilla, Joyce Burstein, Jerome Caja, Jamee Crusan, Leon Dockery, Alicia Escott, Mia Feuer, Preston Fox, Terri Friedman, Garth Fry, Aida Gamez, Linda Geary, Arthur Gonzalez, Becca Hall, Karen Hampton, David Huffman, Kevan Jensen, Clay Jensen, Alicia McCarthy, Mary Mocas, Francesca Pastine, John Priola, Jennifer Shada, Sam Vernon, Christine Wang, Gail Wight, Karla Wozniak, Mark Wyatt, Lewis Watts

1275 Minnesota Street Project, Room 200. No entry fee. Any and all support is deeply appreciated

Benefit Auction, Film Screening and Performance: Thursday, August 22nd, 6-8pm

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Kim Anno

Wild Projects


A two person exhibition titled “Line Dancing” will exhibit the artworks of Jennifer Shada and Ellen Yetvin-Haven. The show opens on Thursday, August 1st with a closing reception on Saturday, August 17th from 3-5pm. Please join Jennifer at Hang Art in San Francisco on the afternoon of the 17th for an artist reception.

Closing Reception: Saturday, August 17th, 3-5pm

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Hang Art

Ellen Yetvin-Haven

June | 2019


For the second iteration of the college’s biennial series of alumni exhibitions programming, CCA Exhibitions and the CCA Alumni Association will partner to highlight the idea of process within the practices of recent alumni from across the college’s four divisions: Fine Arts, Design, Architecture, and Humanities and Sciences. The exhibition will explore shared threads in artistic practices of sketching, note taking, modeling, mapping, drafting, and rendering. These process-based methods expose the pathways creative individuals depend upon to obtain a final product or idea. By celebrating this amorphousness through the form of an exhibition, Alma Mater: Methods will move beyond what is often exhibited within the white cube—finality, succinct expression, monetary value—and will instead prioritize a thinking-through-making approach that is shared among the college’s creative communities and disciplines. It is here where conversations begin, new connections form, and low stakes are valued.

This exhibition is co-curated by Beth Abrahamson (MFA Design 2015), Sarah Hobstetter (MArch 2010), Mik Gaspay (MFA 2011), and Tanya Gayer (MA Curatorial Practice, Visual and Critical Studies 2016).

CCA Alumni Association
CCA Exhibitions & Public Programming

Opening Reception: Saturday, June 15th, 3-7pm

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Alma Mater Opening Reception

Hubbell Street Galleries


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Sonoma Sate University’s Art Gallery is celebrating their 40th year anniversary! Then and Now is a culmination of alumni from the past 40 years of art students. I will have two paintings showcased here alongside so many other great artists. Congratulations to the SSU Art Gallery and thank you for including me in this show.

Opening Reception: Thursday, February 14th, 4 -7pm

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Sonoma State Art Gallery


Come to the 35th Annual Art From the Heart benefit auction at Sonoma State University’s Art Gallery. The Gallery relies on different sources of support to present new and engaging exhibitions, programs and lectures for students, alumni, community members and art enthusiasts and you can show your support by coming to auction! There’s a chance that you can go home with one of my paintings.

Auction Night: Saturday, February 2nd, 6 - 9pm

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Art from the Heart

Sonoma State University

january | 2019


New year, new representation! As of January 2019 I am delighted to announce that I am newly represented by Hang Art. Any inquires for purchase of artwork must now go through them. I look forward to what this new relationship may bring!

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Hang Art

September | 2018


Hey, NYC!

Look out for this banner hanging high above the streets of the Garment District in New York City!

“Art Elevated’s panel of esteemed arts jurors will selecte 90 artists’ works to be replicated on banners hung on lampposts throughout the world-famous Garment District in the heart of midtown Manhattan, creating a fantastic aerial art gallery that will remain on view from September 12 to October 30, 2018.”

Thanks so much to Art Elevated for including me in this high altitude gallery!

On View: September 12th - October 31st.

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Art Elevated

The Garment District - NYC

JULY  |  2018


My painting, "Bufanda de Seda" will be apart of the exhibition titled The World of Frida at the Bedford Gallery in Walnut Creek. 

In March I visited La Casa Azul Museo Frida Kahlo in Mexico City. Photographs, paintings, tapestries and furniture all remain as if Frida touched them last. I was drawn to her clothing as it was such an expression of who she was, and narrowed in on a particular portrait of Frida adorned with a red rebozo. My painting is a representation of that portrait as well as capturing that moment in time. 

Opening Reception: Sunday, July 8th, 3 - 5pm

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The Bedford Gallery

JUNE  |  2018


I have been featured in the 10th edition of Create! Magazine! 

"Create! Magazine is an independent, contemporary art magazine highlighting the work of artists, makers, and creative entrepreneurs. Helping fellow artists is our passion. Our goal is to create a welcoming community through our print issues and online galleries. Aside from releasing our bimonthly editions, we promote artists on our website, social media and connect them to opportunities and gallery exhibitions."

The art magazine is released bimonthly in a digital and print format.

 You can purchase a copy of this beautifully curation by Jennifer Rizzo of Spoke, NYC through clicking the link below. Thank you Create! Magazine!

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Create! Magazine

MAY  |  2018

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For the first time ever, the founders of ONE+ONE+TWO Artist Collective will have work exhibited and performed at the Spare Change Artist Space in the Financial District of San Francisco, opening May 31st, 6-9pm. 

"The Bay Area is hemorrhaging artists. With skyrocketing housing and studio rent, exorbitant costs of living, and limited opportunities to earn the 6-figure income needed to “live comfortably,” there’s no question as to why. But some have seen opportunity through hardship. ONE+ONE+TWO, a San Francisco-based artist collective, has focused on creatively mobilizing alternate forms of currency to allow artists in the Bay Area to thrive. Through pooling resources, creative problem solving, and simple acts of generosity, these four recent graduates of CCA’s MFA program in Studio Practice have successfully connected more than 100 artists from the Bay Area and beyond with the resources they need: workspace, exhibition opportunities, and dynamic conversations around newly created visual artwork. Since January 2017, the collective has hosted public programming in their collaborative studio space in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco. The current exhibition at Spare Change Artist Space features meditations on the meaning of currency from the founders of ONE+ONE+TWO."


Out Now! My work has been included in The Watercolor Ideas Book by Joanna Goss alongside so many other wonderful watercolorists! It is such an honor to be part of this beautiful little book! You can buy your copy now at Target, Barnes&Noble or on Amazon!

"This little book is full of big ideas to inspire you to think outside your humble box of watercolors. With a new idea on every spread of the book, you will discover textures, applications, techniques, combinations of materials, and new ways of tackling the subjects you love." 

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The Watercolor Ideas Book - Amazon


Very honored to be invited to participate in The Vast Lab exhibition titled Interior Fiction curated by Julia Alexander-Bates. Thank you Julia for including me in this show!

LA friends, go check out the Vast Lab!

Opening reception: Friday, May 18th,  7 - 10pm. 


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The VAST Lab


This piece is down in Laguna Beach for an exhibition titled Impressionism vs. Realism. The reception is held at the same time as the Laguna Beach's First Thursdays Art Walk! Go check out some art!

Opening reception: Thursday, May 3rd, 6:30 - 9:30pm


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Las Laguna Gallery

February  |  2018


Published in Studio Visit Magazine, Volume 40! 

"Studio Visit is a series of juried artist books. Since 2008 we have offered artists a new and effective venue through which to introduce their work to a serious national audience of art world professionals.

Studio Visit presents all two- and three- dimensional media. Each high quality volume of Studio Visit features approximately 150 artists, who have been selected by professional curators.

Selected artists will be given one full color page that includes an image, contact information and a brief artist statement. Studio Visit will be received by two thousand curators and gallerists throughout the country as well as a growing base of collectors and enthusiasts."


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Studio Visit Magazine

December  |  2017


Los Angeles Art Association is proud to present the 2017 Open Show, LAAA's signature survey exhibition featuring the very best in emerging art, juried by Anna Katz, Assistant Curator at MOCA.

The 2017 Open Show debuts at Gallery 825

Opening Reception: Saturday, December 16th, 6 - 9pm. 


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Los Angeles Art Association 


Anna Katz



The Borderline Artist Collective has included me in their upcoming exhibition titled Editions where I will be selling prints of three of my watercolor paintings. "There Won't Be Time To Go On Vacation," "Single Sham" and "Fictitious Coverage" will be available for purchase in an 11 x 14 in. format. 

Opening reception: Friday, December 1st, 6 - 9pm


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Borderline Art Collective

July  |  2017

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On Wednesday, July 12th I will be one of the visual artists showcased at the RAW Artists Event FIXATE at 1015 Folsom in San Francisco. There will be music, drinks and live performances throughout the night! It's a ticketed event and you can purchase your ticket through me- just sent me an email.

Opening Reception: Wednesday, July 12th, 7-11pm


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RAW Artists 

RAW Artists San Francisco 

RAW Artists SF Facebook Page

November  |  2016

Our artist collective, ONE + ONE + TWO has just been awarded a $5,000 grant from Southern Exposure's Alternative Exposure grant program. This will support our next year of public programming in our collective artist studio in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco. Visit our website for more information regarding our + ONE Residency Program and our ONE + TWO Critique Group. 

Thank you Southern Exposure for awarding us this opportunity!


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Southern Exposure