With an ironic attachment to the temporary, we fuel our desires with the fleeting, the distracting, the soon to be obsolete. What happens when objects and symbols we uphold cease to live up to the expectations and value placed upon them? This body of work investigates the importance of honoring both the hollow and the sacred through texture and preservation.
bubble over, 2016 collagraph on Evolon edition of 1 31 x 43 in
love’s near opposite, 2016 collagraph on Evolon edition of 1 31 x 104 in
still,2016 collagraph on Evolon edition of 1 31 x 43 in
it doesn't always look like this, 2016 installation view, Holst Gallery plastic bags, water, glycerin-preserved ginkgo leaves, ginkgo leaves dipped in beeswax, rusted steel trough 72 x 101 x 11 in