CURRENT WORK

 

RECYCLING FAILURES

5' - longest piece, 24" widest wheel, found plastic objects, found bicycle wheels, fishing line, resin

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GOLDEN DAZE I

23” x 19” x 20”, found object, gold leaf, resin, polypore mushroom

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GOLDEN DAZE II

31” x 15” x 14”, found object, gold leaf, moss, dried pink oyster mushroom, weeping willow fallen branches, manipulated glass rods

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PURE GOLD

60" x 18" x 18", Ohio River found objects, baby bottles, acrylic, metal wire, rose stems, resin, hardware, fishing swivels

 
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WABI SABI I WITH PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS

22" x 30", found object monoprint, india ink, liquid acrylic, fabric dye, metal leaf, found object

 
 

EVERYTHING WAS LEFT TO CONTINGENCY

173" x 69", Ohio River found object monoprints, found mooring line, found fishing bobbers and lures, found styrofoam and plastic items, acrylic paint, metal wire

 

GLAM

22" x 30", sharpie, india ink, liquid acrylic, resin, found object-mooring line

 

WARNING, TRIED

22" x 30", found object monoprint, india ink, liquid acrylic, found objects, resin

 
 

KNOWING THAT YOU DON'T KNOW

22" x 30", found object monoprint, india ink, liquid acrylic, found objects, resin

 
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MOORING LINE DECONSTRUCTION SERIES

22" x 30", found object monoprint

    To create the Mooring Line Deconstruction series I found during many explorations, a tow boat mooring line entangled within riverbank tree branches. After retrieving this line, weighing upwards of thirty pounds, it was placed in the sun to dry for several weeks.  It was then carefully brushed, to remove large leaves, mud, and sand debris.  After small pieces of the rope were selected and removed, they were taken into the studio, inked, arranged on a press bed, and printed as a relief print.  In this method of monotype printing each print is unique; there is never, truly, any control of the outcome.  The prints are treated as sequential, individual studies.  This allows each rope piece to tell a different story, without the artist's interference with its message.  Then, the story can continue, in the viewer's response to and interpretation of the print. Some prints also include found plastic.