Today I'll be speaking about my piece The Farm at Clark University's Traina Center for the Arts alongside Nina Bellucci, Joan Benotti, & Evan Morse; an event accompanying the exhibition Home: Self, Spirit, Space.

A nice summary and review on CNN Arts of the Container Residency and corresponding exhibition currently on view in Hong Kong: All at Sea: Stowaway Artists Turn Life on the Ocean into Art.

Pleased to be included in the exhibition You can tell I’m alive and well because I weep continuously at the amazing Knockdown Center in Queens. Curated by Alison Burstein, the show features work by 5 other artists that "applies logical and scientific reasoning to absurd ends".

If you're in MA swing by Clark University where my wall-size drawing depicting my mom's memory of her grandparents farm is installed in the show Home: Self, Spirit, Space, curated by current students.

The exhibition Creative Operational Solutions opens today at Para Site in Hong Kong, the first exhibition to emerge from Container Artist Residency 01.

This summer I'm helping Einat Imber with her project Sea to Sea, a cross-country road trip, from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic with a sculpture of an oversized "folded-boat" in tow.

I am on board the good vessel ZIM Haifa, a container ship en route from Shanghai to New York, thanks to Container Artist Residency 01. We are currently at port in Pusan, Korea . Soon we will set out to cross the pacific. Next stop: Panama Canal - June 18th.

Glad to be part of this group: Work Center Fellows at the Provincetown Art Association Musuem (PAAM) January 15 - February 28

My exhibition House of Three Brothers is up at the Fine Arts Work Center's Hudson D. Walker Gallery, Provincetown, MA.

Three drawings based on the recollections of three brothers, who, each in turn, described to me their childhood home. How do the memories of these brothers, who are products of the same space and time, equate and differ?

Nice profile in the Provincetown local paper.

Beginning a 7-month fellowship at The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA !!!

Excited to be speaking (& drawing ...) about houses & memory at Headlands Center for the Arts on Tuesday Sept. 15th. Read more about the Shop Talk.

Spent the summer at SOMA Summer in Mexico City.

If you happen to be at the corner of Milvia & Addison in Berkeley, look out for my window installation Salon, an off-site exhibition presented by Kala Art Institute. This site-specific installation traces the movement of light across a gallery wall.

This spring I'm looking forward to a residency at Headlands Center for the Arts out in the Marin Headlands (not too far beyond The Golden Gate Bridge). Time to draw.

I'm currently an Artist-In-Residence at Kala in Berkeley, CA. What an amazing printshop! So excited to be working on some new creek-mapping prints. I'll be arranging the building blocks of the current city in the shape of creeks which predated its existence

Have just launched a new website for a new project: Drains to the Bay - a walking guide to San Francisco Bay Creeks. Please check it out and share it with your Bay Area friends. Once, a creek doubled as a trail, a dependable route from mountain to sea. Today, it is easy to get lost; following an urban creek requires a series of meanders and detours, a trek many times its natural length, often without water in sight.

Just finished my Fences drawing (detail shown). All the fences lining a neighborhood block - minus the houses.

Several of my prints are featured in On View: New Work from Kala at Kala Gallery, September 4 – October 15 in Berkeley, CA.

My drawing of Josh's House is complete. Joshua Foer described his childhood home to me from memory. Strangely he remembers the attic as perpendicular to the rest of the house.

I spent the month of June back at the Lower East Side Printshop editioning my work. Now all prints from the Boundaries series are finally available: Toad Pond, Saranac River, Graveyard, Field & Forest, Split Rail as well as all five Water Cut-outs Contact me to purchase.

I made a half-real-half-fictional map of Pig Island for Issue No. 24 of Diner Journal. Get it. Each issue is a treasure.

I finished drawing Einat's House! Described to me from her memory. Measures 8 x 11.5 feet, assembled from 17 sheets of newsprint.

My contribution to the project Play the Panorama is now online! View the scrolling drawing of my Brooklyn walking route (click on "View this artist..." at the bottom of the page).

Visit IPCNY New Prints Benefit Exhibition and Silent Auction! Buy a print (perhaps my piece Field & Forest?) and help to support an important institution.

I'm off to the abandonned village of Tsarino, Bulgaria for a three week residency!

I am participating in the Governors Island Art Fair. View my installation in Building 12 - Section H (near the archway) second floor. Saturdays and Sundays 11 - 6 through September. Check out the island map and ferry schedule.

Hung up all my "water cut-outs" in the new studio.

Looking forward to having a studio again on Governors Island this summer through 4heads (Governors Island Art Fair).

My print Graveyard is now editioned!!! Contact me to purchase. It's also included in New Prints 2012 / Summer at International Print Center New York. View show online at Printeresting.

New Prints 2011 has traveled to the Visual Arts Center at The University of Texas at Austin, on view now through March 10th.

This January I will be in residence at The Vermont Studio Center for four weeks made possible by a fellowship from The Joan Mitchell Foundation.

Final chance to visit my studio on Governors Island! LMCC's Swing Space Residency Open Studios on Friday December 9th 12-6pm.

See my print Flood Plain at International Print Center New York as part of New Prints 2011 / Autumn now on view through January 7th.

Works-in-Progress: Open Studios this weekend 12 - 5 at Building 110 on Governors Island where I am participating in LMCC's Swing Space Residency through December.

My print Graveyard is included in the show Keyed, September 14 - November 9 at the Lower East Side Printshop.

I have been selected to participate in LMCC's Swing Space Residency. For 5 months I will have a studio on Governor’s Island where I’ll be piecing together every single photo taken in my first home in an attempt to reconstruct this house.

I am in the show The Reanimation of Fabricated Nature curated by Diana-Sofia Estrada at Elephant art space in L.A. with artists David Waddell, Laura Nicole Kante, Einat Imber and Lorrie Waldie.

After spending a year in residence at The Lower East Side Printshop my work will be featured in the upcoming show New Work by Keyholder Artists in Residence alongside the work of Golnar Adili, Rachel Beach, Ethan Green, Yunmee Kyong, Shani Peters, Ronny Quevedo, and Nicolas Touron.

My prints are part of the group show Paper Scope opening Wed, July 14 at the Lower East Side Printshop where I'm part of the Keyholder Residency Program. Read a review.

My print Toad Pond has been selected for NEW PRINTS 2010 / Summer - Heat!. The show opens Thurs, July 15 at International Print Center New York.

I am participating in the show out of the chaos and darkness curated by Courtenay Finn. It is up at the Lower East Side Printshop through the end of March.

Open Studio tonight Thursday, April 29 at the Lower East Side Printshop - come see what I've been working on!

I finished my big drawing!

Check out my illustrations in past issues of Diner Journal (it's the spread with the cow) . . . and subscribe!

Visit to see sweaters, bags, and color-in t-shirts handmade by me and Einat Imber.