MICA Undergraduate Competitive Scholarship 2017

  • "Instrumentalists"
    Cut paper and wire
    19" x 16"
    Fall 2016
  • "Not What You Think"
    Colored pencil, gold paint, saran wrap
    20" x 30"
    Fall 2016
  • "Sailboat"
    Copper, cut paper, plexiglass, acrylic paint
    2" x 3" x .5"
    2015
  • "Little House on the Finger"
    Copper, copper stain
    2" x 1" x 1"
    2015​​​​​​​
  • "Wrong State of Mine"
    This sculpture was a response to the possibility of Texas implementing a law in 2016 that would force women to either bury or cremate their aborted fetuses. Being a woman from Texas, I felt angry with and alienated from the state in which I was raised. In response, I made an inverted, Texas-shaped fetus grave that I installed in front of the MICA Wellness Center.

    Concrete
    16" x 16" x .5"
    Fall 2016​​​​​​​
  • "Everything in Its Right Place"
    Acrylic paint, moss
    18" x 18"
    2016
  • "Nest vs. Saw"
    Colored pencil, pen
    18" x 18"
    2015
  • "Tree vs. Junk Mail"
    Colored pencil, pen
    18" x 18"
    2015​​​​​​​
  • "Farm to Table"
    Colored pencil
    11" x 8"
    2016
  • "Back on My Own Two Feet"
    This drawing was inspired by Shel Silverstein's poem/illustration "Foot Repair"

    Pencil, charcoal
    3' x 4'
    Fall 2016