One of series of sculptural family portraits. My Sister’s Clogs – cast lead, 8 x 10 x 8, 2011.
Subway Tokens, silk screen on French Paper, 18 x 24, 2015 – Edition of 25
The Wonderful World of Chemistry, color photograph, 36″ x 18″, 2013 Listed below the images are all the household chemicals: windex, pinesol, fabulosa, spic & span, scope and orange cleaner.
The dining experience is so ceremonial and can be messy both physically and in conversation. I asked a nearby restaurant to please leave the tables at the end of Saturday night, so I could document them and decided to call the series Table Manners. Some are more successful than others visually. Not long after, I […]
The extroverted immediacy of a Rorschach test is replaced by an open invitation for prolonged internal free-association in H20 vs. INK. A psychological inkblot test meant to measure the initial, unguarded blurting of a revealing first impression has been shifted into a fluid and impersonal stream of evolving patterns. The percussive punctuation of a series […]
Bonsai geometry is an exercise in working the negative space and adding tension to the photograph. Pencil lines are drawn to find the image center and continually added to frame and add a layer to the image. Working with odd numbers of fives, sevens, nines and elevens the gold circles are painted in a pattern […]
Last To Know is an envelope made of lead. I have been working on this series titled, ‘Objectification’, where I create sculptures that represents a characteristic of my family members. Last To Know, sheet lead, 8 x 8 x 0.5, 2012
In Bouquet, a bouquet of a dozen roses folds in on itself again and again. The bouquet of roses, an iconic offering of love, repeatedly chooses itself in this mesmerizing act of narcissism. It gravitates towards its own mirrored image in perpetuity, leaving the viewer empty handed. Music Composed by Wilbo Wright and Eric Haltmeier, […]