series: American Drawings || Sculpture || Paintings, Drawings, Prints
public sculpture: El Centro, Dallas
solo exhibitions: Fukuoka, Japan
projects: Bush League
group exhibitions: Tarleton State Univ. || Wassaic, NY || Laredo, TX || UT Dallas
residency: Studio Kura, Japan || “The Will to DIY” Book
writing: Sterling Ruby || Emmanuel Van der Auwera || Ian F. Thomas
A series of hand-tools purchased from a local Japanese hardware store.
graphite and acrylic on paper, 11″x 7.5″
created at Studio Kura, Japan
hand-cut woodblocks describing the form of router bit profiles, 10″x 7″
woodblock prints made at Studio Kura, Japan (edition of 3, 10 prints per edition)
Resilience and Remembrance
El Centro College
Opening Reception & Unveiling: July 17, 2019
The tragic events of July 7, 2016 changed our community forever. To commemorate the memory of the fallen officers, the resilience of Downtown Dallas, and the El Centro College family, these lights will remain bright.
Since that day, El Centro College has been a testimony to the fallen officers’ sacrifices by continuing to serve as a beacon of learning and growth for the downtown community.
In the tradition of fallen heroes, the light shining upward to the heavens from the earth is a marker of loss and remembrance. The blue line will continue to offer a path to sanctuary for those in need and remain a testament to the ideals of dedication, courage, empathy, sympathy, and honor.
images courtesy of Feel Da Flow Productions
PRESS: El Centro College unveils installation honoring July 7 ambush fallen officers, FOX 4 News, July 17, 2019 [link]
June 22 & 23
Bux Toof is founded by Daedalus Hoffman & Lindsay Starr, with Anthony Rundblade, Brock Carson, and Ryder Richards. Programming for Bush League will feature works by Shelby David Meier, The Wheeler Brothers, Danielle Georgiou Dance Group, Brandon Kennedy and others.
*Bush League is funded in part by a Nasher Sculpture Center Grant
curated by Tim Harding [link]
Tarleton State University
Ad Astra Per Aspera
curated by the Wassaic Project [link]
Wassaic Project, New York
May 18 – September 21, 2019
From the Collection of
artwork from the personal collections of the Laredo College faculty
Martha Fenstermaker Memorial Visual Arts Gallery
May You Survive in Interesting Times
Curated by Greg Metz
University of Texas, Dallas
September 20, 2019
Mixed media installation 
Approximately 10x20x4 feet
Press/Interview: Surviving in Interesting Times, Madison York, The Mercury, October 28
Kukuoka, Japan [link]
The Will to DIY
A series of essays (a monograph) on the practice of “do it yourself” as a sociological rebelliousness, still contained within capitalism, yet harnessing a spirit that deviates from the standard universal, through the machinic craftsman, through the emotive self, and on to political agency in a type of cyclic discourse.
Wassaic Project Summer Benefit
Wassaic, New York
Medici Circle 5×7
Texas Tech University School of Fine Arts
Eutopia: Sterling Ruby [link]
Eutopia: Ian F Thomas [link]
Glasstire: Emmanuel Van der Auwera [link]