University of Virginia 2010 – Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art with a concentration in Printmaking.

SOLO shows

 2016 - We Made You This, The Bridge PAI, Charlottesville, VA.

2016 - Caught Past Prime - The Ixhibit, Charlottesville, VA.

2016 - Describe a Childhood Memory (A Letter Project) - The Gallerix, Charlottesville, VA. 

2013 - The Trembling State of All Relationships – The Honeycomb Gallery, Charlottesville, VA.

2011 - La Equación del Ser (The Equation of Being) – Meson Panza Verde Gallery, Antigua, Guatemala.

2010 - Running Back– Ruffin Gallery, Charlottesville, VA.

GROUP shows

Forthcoming: June 2019 - Women’s Work (Feminist Union of C’ville Creatives) - McGuffey Art Center, Charlottesville, VA

2018 - Art in Odd Places: MATTER two site-specific installations in collaboration with Nina Frances Burke on UVa grounds and in downtown Charlottesville. Curator: Ed Woodham  

2018 - Free Pile - McGuffey Art Center, Charlottesville, VA

2017 - Drawn to Charlottesville - Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA

2017 - ALL RISE: The Artist's Voice in Contemporary Activism - McGuffey Art Center, Charlottesville, VA

2017 - Flotsam - McGuffey Art Center, Charlottesville, VA. 

2017 - Bindings, Chroma Projects Art Laboratory, Charlottesville VA.  

2016 - Cherry Bounce - William King Museum of Art, Abingdon, VA.       

 2016 - Please Touch - Target               Gallery, Torpedo Factory Art Center,           Alexandria VA. Curator: Cynthia Connolly

2016 - McGuffey New Member Show -  McGuffey Art Center, Charlottesville, VA. 

2015 - Discarded - Arthur J. Morris Law Library, University of Virginia

2015 - McGuffey Summer Group Exhibit -  McGuffey Art Center, Charlottesville, VA. 

2013 - Abstract Universe – La Antigua Galeria de Arte,  Antigua, Guatemala. 

2008 - Sabbatimkon – University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.

Gallery Representation: 

B for Brian, Melbourne, AUS. (2016 - Present) 

La Antigua Galeria de Arte , Antigua, Guatemala. (2011 - 2013) 





Creating personal connections between human beings and their environment, their neighbors, and their intuitive, sensory selves are my main creative concerns. It is difficult to feel comfortable exploring, revering or protecting something that one doesn’t feel connected to. Using texture as a medium, I aim to foster presence, curiosity, wonder and awareness; to stir the basic impulses in us to touch and feel, to approach; to create a connection between the viewer and the land, the viewer and their worth, the viewer and the worth of those around them in hopes that we will take care of one another and our planet.

About Brielle

Born in Texas in 1987. 

Spent first 18 years in Antigua, Guatemala. 

Interested in her other creative venture of useable and wearable art? Visit Window & Wing

Currently living in Charlottesville, Virginia and working out of her studio at The McGuffey Art Center. 

Photo cred: Meredith Coe

Photo cred: Meredith Coe