About

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MUSEUM/GALLERY EXHIBITS

  • 2019 Aloft Hotel, Downtown Fort Worth, Texas
  • 2018 Two-Person Exhibition, The Arlington Museum of Art
  • 2017 Group Exhibition, Milan Gallery Discover Show, The Milan Art Gallery, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 2017 Group Exhibition, A Shift in the Mind’s Eye Art Show, Art 7 Gallery, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 2017 Group Exhibition, Crockett Creates, Art 7 Gallery, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 2017 Group Exhibition, Stanford Professor & Author Tony Seba, The Next Space Race Art Show, Fort
  • Worth, Texas
  • 2016 Group Exhibition, Ft. Worth Arts Goggle, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 2016 Group Exhibition, Party for a Purpose, The Space at Kent and Company, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 2016 Group Exhibition, Fort Worth Art Dealers Association Spring Gallery Night, Brandi C. Art
  • Gallery, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 2015 Group Exhibition, Ft. Worth Arts Goggle, Envoy Hospice, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 2015 Two-Person Exhibition, Opening Exhibit Patricia Grimaldos and Christie Neale, Brandi C. Art
  • Gallery, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 2014 Solo Exhibition, SO7 Studios and Art Gallery, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 2013 Group Exhibition, Jen Meyer Photography and Art Studio at SO7, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 2013 Group Exhibition, Ft. Worth Arts Goggle, Jen Meyer Art Studio on Magnolia, Fort Worth, Texas
  • 2010 Two-Person Exhibition, Randy Rogers Band Private Concert for Cystic Fibrosis, Mingus,
  • Texas

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COLLECTIONS

Aloft Hotel Downtown Fort Worth, Texas

Andrew Walker, Director of the The Amon Carter Museum Private Collection

Fort Worth Veterans Affairs, Fort Worth, Texas

Channel 8 News, Fort Worth, Texas

XYZ Bar, Fort Worth, Texas

Re:Fuel Bar, Fort Worth, Texas

VA National Wheelchair Games, Fort Worth, Texas

Brandi C. Art Gallery, Fort Worth, Texas

Montagu Wines, Napa, California

Meiomi Wines, St. Helena, California

Wine Steals Cardiff by the Sea, California

Envoy Hospice Foundation

Child Study Center

Guitars for Heroes

Wounded Heroes of Texas

W.P. Richardson Private Collection

Derald Grimes Private Collection

IBM Corporation

Mira Vista Court Assisted Living

Works held in private collections in Texas, Arizona, Colorado, California, Illinois and Pennsylvania

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THE PROCESS AND PRODUCTS

Working with resin is not for the faint of heart. It requires a hazmat suit, full face respirator, gloves, a 1200 degree heat gun and blow torch.  Working in my studio in the Texas heat has been an adventure. There have been times I almost passed out from heat exhaustion. It is worth the risk as the end result is always a surprise.  Each time I must practice the art of acceptance.  It never becomes what I want it to be.  It becomes what it is meant to be and part of my process is to find the beauty in what is.


I use the highest quality epoxy resin, Art Resin, which is non-toxic, VOC free and UV resistant.  Art Resin is chemically engineered and will not yellow over time like other products.  I do not use acrylic craft paint.  I use mica powders and pigments used by special effects companies.  My wood panels are custom made by a family-owned business in Texas.