Below are a selection of short essays that I have written for the Torrance Art Museum website. This online program, started after the pandemic to produce engagement with the public that was no longer allowed to visit, is a series of brief, yet scholarly, pieces written by members of the the museum staff about an artist, movement, or piece of work that interests them.
Tw: Discussion of Domestic Violence
"YASSS Paleo queen"
The below is the product of a semester long research project I was assigned by a very thoughtful Art History professor, James Scarborough, during my studies at CSUDH. The class was asked to research an artist from anytime in the period of early art history that was covered by the course and imagine a conversation with them. I chose to research upper paleolithic Venus statues, and envisioned the conversation as a mock magazine interview with the imagined artisan of the Venus of Hohle Fels, the earliest surviving example of these artifacts.