“Ecos del Tiempo,” collective show at Hotel Casantica

Opening reception: March 30, 2018, 7pm at Hotel Casantica, Av. Morelos 601, Oaxaca, Mexico. Showing until April 30, 2018.

Casantica expo

8/3: Mujeres en la Gráfica Oaxaqueña

March 8th is Women’s Day internationally. Come celebrate with women printmakers producing graphic art in Oaxaca, opening March 7th, 2018, 7pm at Galería Shinzaburo Takeda. Showing until April 6th.

8:3 mujeres

Oni: Setsubun Vol. 2, collective show in Oaxaca, Mexico.

Oni: Setsubun Vol.2, 2nd group show of Japanese women printmakers living in Oaxaca. Opening celebration: January 27, 2018, 7pm, at Burro Press. Setsubun is a springtime celebration in Japan, throwing soy beans at masked demons (oni) to ward off bad luck.

Oni por internet

Experimenting with Indigo & Cochineal

Using natural dyes to incorporate into hand printed linocuts and mobiles. Workshop on indigo & cochineal dyeing techniques taught by Arte Seda in Teotitlan del Valle, Oaxaca, Mexico.

Lithography Process

Printing lithography at Taller Bambú in Oaxaca, for a collective show in Osaka, Japan: Stone Letter Project.




“Raíces III,” International Print Exchange

Organized by Taller de Gráfica la Chicharra, opening reception on September 8, 2017, 7:30pm, Oaxaca, Mexico.


“Pacífico,” Individual Show in Kuzumaki, Iwate Prefecture, Japan

Pacífico: the ocean that connects Japan, Mexico and the US. Eighteen years ago, I taught English for two years in a small town in Iwate Prefecture, Japan. Once again, I cross the grand Pacific to revisit my past. The sea can also be cruel and devastating, where Iwate was hard hit in the 2011 Tohoku Tsunami; I pay homage to the tremendous loss. Pacífico means peaceful, which we all hope for in the world and within the three countries that I consider to be home.