AWARDS In February 2015, Henrik (sculpture) won 1st Prize at the annual Figge College Invitational Art Exhibitionin Davenport, IA, which showcases artwork (2D and 3D) from nine midwestern colleges.
In May, 2015, a combination installation of two pieces, entitled ComeBack and ComeBack(Redux), were awarded the Beverly Bender 1st Place Prize in Sculpture at Knox College's annual Al Young Student Art Show ( juror: Visiting Brandeis Associate Professor Susan Lichtman).
In May 2016, Didactic (sculpture) was awarded the Beverly Bender 1st Place Prize in Sculpture at Knox College's annual Al Young Student Art Show (juror: Todd Chilton)
In November, 2016, Didactic (sculpture) was selected for the Figge College Invitational Art Exhibition in Davenport, IA. In Spring, 2017, Cuttlefish Promenade (sculpture) recieved the Beverly Bender 1st Place in Sculpture at Knox College's annual Al Young Student Art Show (juror: Elizabeth Gourlay)
RESIDENCIES In April 2017, I accepted a position at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture's summer residency program in Skowhegan, Maine. The School accepted 36 residents out of around 2,000 applicants from all over the world.
In May 2015, I was accepted into the Chautauqua Institution's School of the Visual Arts Summer Program in Chautauqua, New York; a rigorous summer program for aspiring artists which accepts 40 students every year from the U.S and around the world and invites them to come study and develop their artistic skills under the mentorship of experienced and talented creative minds all brought together in a beautiful countryside community in upstate, New York.