World history teaches us, and if we do not learn from it then we will not grow. Art history is no different, and it is important that we preserve it for upcoming generations. My passion is to bring light to the development of art and art practices so future artist and creators have something to grow from.
I know that not all art processes, materials or techniques are the same and they are constantly being altered and further developed, so I have been trained in a range of mediums from photography, to painting and sculpture. I also have with several historical processes that laid the foundation for many of todays contemporary art practices.
I am currently pursuing a BFA from the University of Colorado in Denver. Upon graduation I hope to continue to my education at New York University and receive a MA in Art History and Archaeology and a MS in the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.