Quite a few pieces of my work has been published on the state and international scale. Here are books and magazines that I have been published in.
A dinosaur illustration with colored pencil and prismacolor markers for WREN's May issue of their magazine.
A multimedia drawing with created with colored pencils and prismacolor markers. It features the North American Pronghorn.
I drew the landscape illustration with colored pencil and prismacolor markers. I also drew the small flower on the left hand corner in 2017.
An international sustainable packaging competition; my sustainable salad package called "Rabbit Bowl" was featured in the competition's official publication.
Solo: Chronology of Art & Design | Powell, WY 2018
Group: University of Wyoming Student Juried Show | Laramie, WY 2018
Group: University of Wyoming BFA Show | Laramie, WY 2018
Group: Audubon Show | Sheridan, WY 2017
Group: University of Wyoming Best of Portfolio Show | Laramie, WY 2016
Group: Northwest College Student Juried Show | Powell, WY 2016
Group: Plein Air Summer Exhibition | Powell, WY 2016
Group: Plein Air Summer Exhibition | Powell, WY 2015
Group: Plein Air Summer Exhibition | Powell, WY 2014
awards & Achievements
The Alkali Genesis Award: Laramie, WY
(2018) — Awarded to handmade photo-book encompassing colorblindness at the University of Wyoming's Student Juried Show
UW Best of Portfolio Review Award | Laramie, WY
(2016) — Two of my pieces were selected as the best from Portfolio Review
Northwest College Literary Arts Magazine: Powell, WY
(2016) — A few of my art pieces were chosen to be in this publication
NWC Outstanding Artist of the Year: Powell, WY
(2016) — Staff in each department select a recipient of this prestigious award
Powell Tribune Christmas Drawing Grand Champion: Powell, WY
(2007-2014) — Every year the local newspaper hosts a Christmas drawing contest, and my drawings won Grand Champion
Junior Duck Stamp Best of Show Runner Up in Wyoming
(2014) — An oil painting of a pair of red-breasted merganser ducks
(2013) — An oil painting of a pair of canvasback ducks
First Lady of Wyoming Choice Award at Wyoming State Art: Casper, WY
(2013) — An acrylic aspen triptych was one of the pieces chosen by the First Lady
of Wyoming to be displayed in the Governor’s mansion
Junior Duck Stamp Best of Show in Wyoming
(2012) — A colored pencil drawing of a fulvous whistling duck
Top 25 at Wyoming State Art: Casper, WY
(2012) — A Pen & Ink project was chosen out of roughly 4,000 pieces