Make your Numberism purchase from me at the Portland Saturday Market during the Festival of the Last Minute and be entered to win a free print, hoodie, TShirt or Tank Top. There are 4 chances to win and 9 days to shop. Find me in Booth 904 under the tent. See Details below.
Saturday, November 25th
10am - 5pm
Find me at the Portland Saturday Market in space 904 to get 15% off everything in our booth. This is a great option for those looking to check a lot of presents off your list in one day. We are one of 200 vendors at the market, many of whom are offering similar sales.
We did this show last year. It was a fun outdoor show with lots of local handmade talent to choose from. There's also live music, and it's dog friendly. This is a one day pop-up curated marketplace for sustainable art and design in NW Portland.
If you would like to pick up something specific and make sure we have it on hand, preorder here and use the coupon code PICKUP2016 to remove shipping and handling. We will email you to set up your pick up time.
I am thrilled to be a part of "Mad Pursuit: Exploring Science through the Lens of Art" , curated by Sara McCormick at the Ford Gallery. This is a group art show featuring five NW artists who create work inspired by different scientific fields. Opening night is this Saturday from 6-9pm.
The search for understanding is not finite. It is ever changing.
As science has become more accessible and present in our lives, artists have found a rich universe of ideas and imagery to explore. The development of new and greater technology has provided both scientists and artists with the tools to delve deeper into the nature of our own universe, sometimes even outside the realm of human vision. We are bombarded with news of scientific discoveries, it seems, almost daily. This flood of information can be both exciting and daunting. As a layperson, and from a broader cultural perspective, how do we process all this new information?
These Portland-based painters and sculptures draw their inspiration from science, including the study of anatomy, neuroscience, quantum physics, astronomy and biomimicry of nature. Through their own research and artistic insight, each lends a unique perspective to their chosen subject. Transforming theoretical concepts and scientific data into works that are both intriguing and informative.
Not only does science provide a wealth of inspiration for artists, the two practices have more in common than most people realize; both are about process, discovery, and a quest for understanding. By bridging the disciplines of art and science, we hope to create an exhibit that is beautiful as well as enlightening. We hope to show our viewers the power of wonder and the surprising connections between visual art and science.
PLUS live performance by Shannon Entropy!
Geek Craft Expo
at the Double Tree
June 10th & 11th
Booth C01 / C02
Saturday 11am - 6pm
Sunday 11am - 5pm
This is a fun local geeky comic con. It's small enough to fit in the Double Tree, but packed with local nerdy artisans, so you get your fill of nerdy goods without the exhaustion of a big con. We were really pleased with their first year event in 2016 and are excited to be back. It's a well curated event (I know this as I went home with a solid haul of nerdy art and goodies last year), and the folks who run it are sweet human beings based on our interactions. For us, a good con really boils down to the art, artists and humans who work it, so this was a really enjoyable event for us and for our fans. If you're local, you really should go and check it out. Also, it's free.
In addition to the usual canvas and paper prints you see at Portland Saturday Market, I will also have my con-only 8x10 paper prints for $20 or 3 for $50. I will also have shirts, though I'm running low. Best to get your art early.
In collaboration with NW Noggin!
1969 NE 42nd Ave, Portland, OR 97213
6-10pm FREE to attend
What do the brain waves of a depressed person look like? How can they be changed?
Brittany Alperin, a behavioral neuroscience graduate student at OHSU, and Sienna Morris, an artist and science enthusiast, will talk about how mindfulness meditation and self-care can not only decrease depressive symptoms, but can also produce measurable change in your brain! Join us for a discussion of Sienna’s journey through mindfulness practice, take a look at how her depressive symptoms and brain waves changed over time, and see the art that this experience inspired.
March 3rd 6pm - 12 am
Free and open to the public
Sienna Morris is exhibiting a series of paintings as well as Numberism drawings at this solo show at AFRU gallery. This exhibit is deeply personal, and features artwork she does not offer at other events. This will be the first time Sienna has shown her paintings in over 8 years. The work features two collections; a series focusing on processing her divorce via therapeutic works, and a short implied erotica set of oil paintings.
Live music, wine, beer and cider available at the event.
Below are a few examples of pieces from this show.
March 2nd - 5th
Find me and my nerdy art at Seattle's Emerald City Comic Con. If you would like to purchase a specific print or original, I highly recommend ordering ahead of time and using coupon code PickUPECCC17 in the checkout. This will remove shipping and handling for your and ensure that your print will be waiting for you at the booth. You will receive an email from Brianna about scheduling your pick up.
Opening Night November 17th - 6pm - 10pm - Artist attending
Featuring Sienna's full anatomy and physiology series, including new works.
The exhibit includes originals, limited editions and prints from her series on the body and brain, including new pieces which will be revealed at the event. See the behind the scenes process with Sienna's notes, sketches and dissection microscopy, all of which are available for purchase.
Kickstarter Backers, be sure to point yourself out to pick up your prints and extras!
Music, wine, art and science. Free to attend and open to the public.
The show runs until January 2nd.
October 8th and 9th
Hours and Booth Space info coming soon!
We're SOOOOO excited to be back at the gloriously fantastic GeekGirlCon in Seattle, Washington. GGC has a very special place in our heart and we highly recommend attending if you are able. In addition to their always fantastic selection of artists, creators and panelists, they have a DIY Science Center for young people to play with science!!
Basically, if you like my art, you'll love this con.
Come get nerdy art or shirts from me and enjoy a truly fantastic con. For tickets and more information, visit their website at
Closer to the event, I will be posting a coupon code you can use to preorder art to pick up at the con. This is especially useful as I run out of some pieces quickly, and may not bring the art you're looking for unless you reserve it if you're looking for limited edition or original work.
October 6th -9th
Hours and booth location coming soon
Yes, that's right! I am exhibiting at New York City Comic Con in 2016!!!!!!!! That's crazy, but true! I'm excited too.
Find me at the 4 day epic comic con of epicness with an assortment of nerdy/geeky/arty goodies. Closer to the con, I will start accepting preorders for the con, so that you can reserve art to pick up there. I will be posting a coupon code you can use which will remove shipping and handling and put you on the "NYCCC Pick up" list. . At bigger cons, I tend to run out of certain pieces rather quickly, so if there's something you know you want, I highly recommend preordering. If you want something limited edition or original, definitely preorder, as there's a chance I might not bring it with me otherwise.
To purchase tickets or to learn more about NYCCC, visit their website HERE.
Solve live puzzles to receive clues to Sienna's Numberism puzzle drawing of Sherlock Holmes, "The Game is Afoot"
Labyrinth Escape Games is proud to feature its first Artist in Residence, Sienna Morris; a local Portland artist who creates scientific artwork using numbers and equations to illustrate her subjects. This partnership culminates in a first of its kind, interactive puzzle-themed art exhibit on September 15th , 2016, featuring Sienna's puzzle drawing “The Game is Afoot”.
"A Study in Numbers"; is an interactive art show with a series of live puzzles designed by the team of master puzzle crafters at Labyrinth Escape Games. Those who can solve these puzzles will receive clues to assist them in solving Sienna's puzzle-based numberism drawing of Sherlock Holmes, “The Game is Afoot”. This illustration was drawn entirely with numbers and letters by hand, which are themselves puzzles, riddles, ciphers and codes inspired by the world of Sherlock Holmes. The work comes with a box of tools, including a wax sealed envelope, a hardback edition of ‘The Original Illustrated Sherlock Holmes’ and a magnifying glass. Players utilize Sherlockian methods to deduce the answers, with a special prize awarded to the first three players to solve the final problem.
After nearly two years since its release, “The Game is Afoot” has yet to be solved. Those who can solve the puzzles created for this exclusive event will receive up to 4 clues, giving them an advantage in being the first solver.
Hosted at Labyrinth Escape Games, 816 NW Hoyt St., in Portland’s historic Pearl district, attendees can explore Labyrinth's immersive escape rooms while playing puzzles and viewing a collection of artwork by Sienna. The last 10 fully playable editions of “The Game is Afoot” will be available for purchase at the show, as well as a collection of partially playable prints.
Labyrinth has had a desire since its inception to become involved in the Portland community by partnering with and showcasing the works of local artists and artisans. Due to the overwhelming positive response from fans and players of Labyrinth, these partnerships are finally possible. Labyrinth’s CEO, Andrew Lind, explained, “We couldn't have picked a better artist to feature, not only are her pieces mesmerizing, but she has been amazing to work with. This is another step in Labyrinth becoming more a part of the Portland community and fulfilling our mission of bringing people together through exciting experiences.”
Our annual local Portland Comic Con! We bring lots of paper, a good collection of canvas prints, and only a few limited editions and originals. We also have shirts so you can get your geek on! If you'd like to pick up something specific, feel free to order online ahead of time and use the coupon code PICKUP2016 in the check out. We will contact you about when you would like to pick up your art.
- September 10th and 11th
- Oregon Convention Center
- Booth TBA
Our first year at Urban Air Market in Portland, Oregon. This is a one day pop-up curated marketplace for sustainable design. If you would like to pick up something specific and make sure we have it on hand, preorder here and use the coupon code PICKUP2016 to remove shipping and handling. We will email you to set up your pick up time.
Opening night for Sienna's exhibit at Visage in NW Portland is Saturday, August 13th, from 12 to noon. The exhibit will be up until October 10th. See Numberism artwork from her Optics series as well as a collection of micrsocope photography from the lab and original sketches and preperation illustrations. Originals and prints avialable for sale. Wine and cheese at the event. Free and open to the public.
I will be showing a couple of my Anatomy and Physiology Numberism drawings at the Early Career Physiologists' Symposium in Dublin, Ireland on July 28th at 1pm during the Poster Session.
June 11th & 12th 11am - 7pm
I'm doing a new geeky crafty expo this year in Portland, Oregon. You can find me Saturday, June 11th and Sunday, June 12th from 11am - 7pm at the Doubletree. :) You can find my usual nerdy art in canvas, paper and shirt format.
What is GeekCraft Expo?
GeekCraft Expo is a curated craft market specializing in handmade, “geek”-themed crafts of all kinds; clothing, accessories, toys, home decoration, furniture, art…if it’s geeky and made by hand, it can be found at a GeekCraft Expo. If you’d like to see some examples of what you can find at GeekCraft Expo, visit our online gallery.
- April 7th - 10th
- Washington State Convention Center
- Booth 2814
- BUY TICKETS HERE
Find us in booth 2814 with all our sciency art. We bring lots of paper, a good collection of canvas prints, and only a few limited editions and originals. We also have shirts so you can get your geek on! If you'd like to pick up something specific, feel free to order online ahead of time and use the coupon code PICKUP2016 in the check out. We will contact you about when you would like to pick up your art.
I come to Seattle twice a year. If you'd like to preorder a print, original, or shirt and pick it up at the con, place your order on this website and use coupon code ECCCPickUP to remove shipping and handling. We will have your art waiting for you at the con.
- Saturday 10am - 5pm
- Sunday 11am - 4:30pm
- Spot 905
From March until Christmas Eve you can find me at the Portland Saturday Market. This year my permanent spot is 905 under the big tent in Ankeny Park. This is the same side and same row as usual, just under the big tent. Two cheers for being under cover!!
What you can find here: canvas prints, paper prints, limited edition prints, glow prints, shirts, hoodies and some originals!
You are welcome to pre order work from this website to pick up at Portland Saturday Market. Use the coupon code PICKUP2016 in the check out and contact us with the day you'd prefer to pick up your art.
I drew a Numberism illustration of Bernie Sanders to support his campaign. You can buy shirts and paper prints of it at the comedy benefit show, "Bern in the USA part two: Double Bern" on January 7th. 100% of the profits go to the Bernie Sanders campaign! It is drawn with some of his campaign's most exciting goals, figures on his impressive public support (from real live human beings) and words like "Bernie Sanders 2016", "Feel the Bern" and "Vote!".
Buy your tickets HERE.
About the Show:
"Local stand-up comics/rabble-rouser Andie Main is taking back America* with a music/comedy show to benefit Bernie Sanders! 100% of 100% of 100% of all profits (after taxes and room fees) will go to benefit his campaign. Donald Trump is so mad about this you guys.
This is a stacked line up featuring an opening acoustic set by Emily Overstreet (from the amazing band Bitch'n, who is also the graphic artist responsible for the art supporting this event), Laura Anne Whitley (of the insanely hilarious comedy troupe Lez Stand Up, Jon Washington (who you've seen at Bridgetown and Bumbershoot's comedy festivals) Barbara Holm (who has performed at all the best comedy festivals in the world) and headliner NATHAN BRANNON! (Kill Rock Star's newest artist, Portland Legend) THATS SO MUCH COMEDY FOR YOU!
Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 day of show. Even though Bernie doesn't have a Super-Pac, this show is going to be Super-Packed so get those presales and share this event with your friends!
About the Art:
I drew this entirely with words and letters by hand. He is drawn mostly with phrases like "Bernie Sanders 2016", "Vote", and "Feel the Bern" I also have data about his remarkable public support with over 2 million individual contributions averaging $30 each. 99% of his donations were under $250 and so far, he's raised over $41 million (recently updated to $73 Million) . That's from people like us, rather than big corporations or super PACS. We know who he's working for. As they say, follow the money.
There is also data from some of his most important issues, like raising the minimum wage to $15/hour, lowering student loan interest rates to 2.37%, creating 10 million good paying jobs through the Clean - Energy work force, which would be part of the plan to lower CO2 emissions 40% by 2020, and 80% by 2050. Raising the fuel economy standard to 65 mpg by 2025. 12 weeks paid family leave, 2 weeks paid vacation and 7 days paid sick leave. $5.5 million to youth job programs, $1:$1 gender wage equality... There may be some more in there. Prints will come with descriptions.
Feel the Bern!
Hope to see you there.
I am happy to announce I will be at Portland Saturday Market's Festival of the Last Minute for the 5th year this holiday season. You can find me in space 918 in the Ankeny park for all your last minute nerdy shopping needs, every day for the last 7 days before Christmas, ending on Christmas Eve.
At my booth you can find sciencey t shirts, paper prints, canvas prints, limited edition canvas prints, fully playable "Game is Afoot" collections, and possibly even one or two glowing limited editions and originals (weather permitting). I will also have pieces from my newest work from the expanding Anatomy series.
Festival of the Last Minute hours:
Thurs., Dec. 17 & Fri. Dec. 18: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sat., Dec. 19: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sun., Dec. 20: 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Mon., Dec. 21-Weds., Dec. 23: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Christmas Eve (Thurs., Dec. 24): 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
New Anatomy-Inspired Work:
I'm participating in Small Business Saturday (and Sunday) at Portland Saturday Market this weekend. All my prints and shirts are 10%-15% off for this weekend only.
Forget Black Friday: this year shop local, shop small, and support your local arts businesses! This is a great time to come to PSM for gift shopping. Hundreds of local artists and makers will be there offering their handmade work, and many of us have special sales running for the weekend.
I will have a small collection of prints with me from my newest Anatomy series. I won't have much, as these are brand new and I'm still printing them, so if you'd like to pick one of these up this weekend I recommend coming in early. (I am doing my best to have prints available this weekend of "Ventricular Brain". I will definitely have the rest listed here).
We are open Saturday 10-5 and Sunday 11-4:30
*Students and Educators get 15% off, or if you get more than one piece of art
*Discount is not available for limited editions or originals.
I'm excited to announce that I will be vending at 2015's GeekGirlCon in Seattle, Washington!
I absolutely love this con. If you haven't attended before, I highly recommend it. If you have attended before, then you don't need me to tell you why you should come back. You know its awesomeness well.
I've talked about this con in blog posts before, and I've even gone on in detail about GGC in a podcast last year, which you can listen to hear if you feel so inclined. In essence, it's my favorite con. It celebrates women in the geek culture, in comic books, video games, science and art, and they do so with excellence. It's so much fun and there's so many fantastic people, vendors, creators and performers to see, I look forward to it every year.
Hope to see you there.
For more information and to order your tickets, go to GeekGirlCon.com
Saturday 10 am - 7pm
Sunday 10am - 5pm
I'm excited to attend Portland's fabulous Rose City Comic Con again this year! I believe this is my 3rd year at this lovely geeky convention. I would love to see you there. I will have a collecction of limited edition and open edition canvas and paper prints, as well as a new run of silkscreen shirts and hoodies. The Centaurus A hoodie is back! I have about 3 in each size each gender.
Find me in space 927!
I will be at 2015's Emerald City Comic Con in booth 2917 on the 6th floor. Coming with me will be a healthy collection of paper and canvas prints, shirts and hoodies. Looking forward to seeing you there!
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit the ECCC website Here.
Show Floor Hours:
March 27 - 10:00AM to 7:00PM
March 28 - 10:00AM to 7:00PM
March 29 - 10:00AM to 5:00PM