“Making sense of what doesn’t make sense”, oil on linen, 36 x 48”  DETAIL

“Making sense of what doesn’t make sense”, oil on linen, 36 x 48”

DETAIL

Displaying my work in the loft of The Bison Building gave me the space to spread out the work. Each piece is very quite complex, so allowing the breathing room between the work allowed for contemplation. Seeing the cement cast pieces in dialogue with the paintings in this setting is important to this body of work, as they each have a story of their own, yet have been a constant conversation with each other in the making process.  This mural is a painting of projected wire knitting on wall, traced, then painted with house paint.  6 x 10’  NFS… only exists in photos and memory

Displaying my work in the loft of The Bison Building gave me the space to spread out the work. Each piece is very quite complex, so allowing the breathing room between the work allowed for contemplation. Seeing the cement cast pieces in dialogue with the paintings in this setting is important to this body of work, as they each have a story of their own, yet have been a constant conversation with each other in the making process.

This mural is a painting of projected wire knitting on wall, traced, then painted with house paint.

6 x 10’

NFS… only exists in photos and memory

Displaying my work in the loft of The Bison Building gave me the space to spread out the work. Each piece is very quite complex, so allowing the breathing room between the work allowed for contemplation. Seeing the cement cast pieces in dialogue with the paintings in this setting is important to this body of work, as they each have a story of their own, yet have been a constant conversation with each other in the making process.  This mural is a painting of projected wire knitting on wall, traced, then painted with house paint.  6 x 10’  NFS… only exists in photos and memory

Displaying my work in the loft of The Bison Building gave me the space to spread out the work. Each piece is very quite complex, so allowing the breathing room between the work allowed for contemplation. Seeing the cement cast pieces in dialogue with the paintings in this setting is important to this body of work, as they each have a story of their own, yet have been a constant conversation with each other in the making process.

This mural is a painting of projected wire knitting on wall, traced, then painted with house paint.

6 x 10’

NFS… only exists in photos and memory

Displaying my work in the loft of The Bison Building gave me the space to spread out the work. Each piece is very quite complex, so allowing the breathing room between the work allowed for contemplation. Seeing the cement cast pieces in dialogue with the paintings in this setting is important to this body of work, as they each have a story of their own, yet have been a constant conversation with each other in the making process.

Displaying my work in the loft of The Bison Building gave me the space to spread out the work. Each piece is very quite complex, so allowing the breathing room between the work allowed for contemplation. Seeing the cement cast pieces in dialogue with the paintings in this setting is important to this body of work, as they each have a story of their own, yet have been a constant conversation with each other in the making process.