I am featured in Maake Magazine’s 16th issue curated by Stephanie Baptist (Medium Tings) 


I am one of 10 artists selected for the Miami University Young Painters show juried by Lauren Haynes, curator at the Queens Museum. 

Jan 30-March 8, 2024


I am a recipient of the DAAD Postgraduate Scholarship in Fine Arts and will live in Berlin, Germany from Jan-Oct 2024. 


I am a current artist in residence at Anderson Ranch in Snowmass, Colorado. 

Feb 1-March 8, 2023


I am a current artist in residence at GlogauAIR in Berlin, Germany.

Oct 6-Dec 28, 2022

Our Open Studios event will take place Dec 16-17 at the residency, Glogauer Str. 16, 10999, Berlin. 


My painting, The Table Over the Course of the Afternoon and Into the Evening, was chosen to use for our Open Studios promotional material.

Thanks to Ruby Whittaker for interviewing me and taking my portrait.

Here’s a snippet from the interview:

How has your practice changed over time?

Art has helped me slow down. I used to look for the drama in a work of art, like a punchy narrative or a joke. I still love that kind of work, but after looking at art over the years, I have become more appreciative of works that ask me to take my time and focus on the way the artist uses colour or how they built up the surface of a painting. This practice helps me bear witness to what’s around me in my environment. Noticing the blue shadows on a person’s face or the shape of an insect’s bite marks on a leaf is fulfilling in its own right.

I’ve also come to see how art is an expansive practice that goes beyond the visual. I see the artistic practice as a way of aligning materials or actions with content to create meaning. This can be intentional or unintentional. Cooking a nice meal for a friend when they need it can be an artistic act. Building a life around the values and pleasures you collect along the way can be an artistic act. By focusing on the practice of art (making it and looking at it) rather than the product, the creative process becomes impermeable to value or judgment. Art becomes a way of seeing, changing, and living, rather than an object to own.

Find the full interview here


My work will be in a group show with the members of Dream Clinic Project Space at Curiouser KC gallery in Kansas City, Kansas. 

Familiar From Afar
Show dates: Oct 21-Nov



My work will be shown in a 2-person show at Roy G. Biv gallery in Columbus, OH. I will be showing 9 new paintings alongside artist and designer, Euzhan Shabazz

Simmer After Boiling
Opening: July 8th, 6-8pm.
Show dates: July 8-Aug 5. 

Third Leg. 2022. Oil and acrylic on canvas. 70x60 in. 


I am curating a show for Dream Clinic Project Space!

Submissions are due July 10th and the show will open on Friday, August 19th. 

Insta: @dreamclinicprojectspace


I Like Your Work Podcast catalogue and online group exhibition, Through Mossy Ways

May 1-31, 2022

My work, Rib Cage, is on the catalogue’s cover


Online Group Exhibition at Artsin Square 


MFA Thesis Exhibition, this, that, and the other thing

Feb 15-March 19, 2022

The Ohio State University 

Urban Arts Space, Columbus, Ohio 

Photos by Matt Pevear 


Solo show at Raum für Sichtbarkeit, Berlin, Nov-Dec 2021 

The works in Inventur/Inventory show a range of paintings and drawings from when Holmes lived in Berlin during 2017 through 2019. From contentious show-downs, to confident explorers, to crumbling buildings, these works show a slice of the artist's trajectory in which she focused on narrative-building and identity politics in her practice. Over the course of two years, Holmes' work changed from centering female figures in stories of their own solitude to morphing the figure with their environment. Using elements of line, rhythm, and a saturated color palette, the later works in 2019 depict figures that become inseparable from their surroundings, exploring how the body shapes its context and how context shapes a body. The works in this show have lived in storage for over 2 years; they are an inventory that reflects the artist's emerging values in both art and life at the time. Throughlines exist between her work then and now: the strained body, the wavering line between subject and object, as well as the emphasis on drawing in her practice. Woven within the works are the influences of the politics and the people she met in Berlin, which evolved the artist's questions around the expectations of the body and of work under patriarchy and capitalism.



Olympia Gallery, Feb 2021

Install of MAIL


Das Giftraum, Jan 2021


Hopkins Hall Gallery, Aug 2020

If, And, With 
Collaborative painting show with Hannah Parrett and Kristen Phipps 


Solo show at Das Giftraum, Jun 2019


Agora Collective, Berlin, Germany, Jan 2019

Two person painting show featuring Louise Thomas and Miranda Holmes 

Group show at Prenzlauer Studio / Kunst-kollektiv, Dec 2017

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