"... As a person, I just really love to dig and dig and dig... I like it when there's a whole series of layers underneath."
"I [would] just always go to thrift stores and just see these beautiful, beautiful blankets and stuff that were like two bucks... Now, the aesthetic has come into fashion, so it's kind of like, of course people see that stuff and like it – but when I was collecting it, nobody liked it; it was...
"Handwork is not something that needs to be inherently feminine, and I like that idea."
Earlier this year, it was announced that the 619 Building — Pioneer Square’s First Thursday’s most exciting spot — would be closing and its artists forced to relocate. In celebration of this, the recent Art Walks at 619 have been out of control, with visitors spilling out of doorways, artists jovial and lively, and musical...Read...
"It's always exciting to enter new territory, having no idea what might happen."
"Since most art dealing with consumerism seems too matter-of-fact, I want my work to be allegorical, being humorous and visually interesting but imparting a deeper message. Why the hell do we need all this stuff, anyways?"
"[Losing my job] was a blessing in disguise. I was really stressed out when it happened, but it motivated me to work on my art."
"... I'm trying not to turn my back on... the origin of exploration and discovery that I had when I was a little kid. If you turn your back on that, then you're done... you've lost the thing that started it all, that made it beautiful, that made things strange, and new,"