April 29, 2020

I’m Savannah, I’m Lindsey Whittle’s intern. I am going to be graduating from The Art Academy of Cincinnati in a couple of weeks. It feels so insane. We go to school for pretty much our entire life, and then it just ends. Of course, almost everyone has experienced this...

July 18, 2019

Wow -

Is pretty much the first word that comes to mind when I think of this exhibition. There’s so much to talk about! So let’s start unpacking -

First, I want to start by thanking Lindsey for being such a generous mentor as well as all the amazing artists that welcomed...

June 4, 2019

Yes, the title is correct. We got hypnotized.
Which is something I truly never thought or really planned to experience in my young life. Let alone in my artistic career. I realized many people let the media control what we believe hypnotism to be. But thanks to local d...

May 5, 2019

So here we are again! In what is the second part to the ever expanding anthology of Lindsey's wearable art. In the previous blog I wanted to focus on the importance of accessible art. But I only really managed to scratch the surface of everything this concept has to of...

April 9, 2019

"But why paper?" 

Well, Reader I'm glad you asked! After weeks of digging into the concept of wearable paper, I'm so excited to get into the nitty gritty subject of accessibility in art and why projects like this offer important conversational points.

So let me...

February 18, 2019

 Photography by Grace DuVal

It has only been over a week now since the opening celebration of Archive As Action and I still find myself in awe of all the festivities. It was incredibly heartwarming to see such excitement, curiosity and engagement on the face of eve...

August 24, 2018

I was recently looking through old family photos with my aunt and she remarked that it didn't even look like me with out bright colored hair.

I completely agree.  But more that I know I feel the most like myself when my hair is as vibrant as possible. 


 

Terry Palme...

August 24, 2018

 I digest and share my world through shapes and colors. Just as an archeologist digs for artifacts, I dig  through the  visuals and references from my daily life and influences to find shapes that excite me visually and communicate my goals. 

 In my practice,...