Artwork

The paths of our lives can be traced sometimes like rivers on a map. In the same way that scars on our bodies evoke the time and milieu in which they were conceived, this work strives to use images, words, and numbers like a map of scars to tell a story about who and why we are. Literally drawn on maps, this work intends to take us on a journey through a personal landscape of symbols. Through this process, we introspectively engage in our own journeys, drawing lines between points of context and symbol. In this way we are moved through a relative narrative that speaks to the ways in which we each view and experience our own worlds.

Drawings/Paintings

The Situation, 14 x 30, collage with unanswered student loan envelopes and markerThe Situation, 14 x 30, collage with unanswered student loan envelopes and marker

 


Rabbit Heart, 17 x 22, mixed mediaRabbit Heart, 17 x 22, mixed media

 


Sonar Stone, 17 X 22, mixed mediaSonar Stone, 17 X 22, mixed media

 


Separation, 17 x 22, mixed mediaSeparation, 17 x 22, mixed media

 


Nest, 17 x 22, mixed mediaNest, 17 x 22, mixed media

 


Dart + Georgia, 17 x 22, mixed mediaDart + Georgia, 17 x 22, mixed media

 


Taos Gorge, 17 x 22, mixed mediaTaos Gorge, 17 x 22, mixed media

 


Dopamine, 17 X 22, mixed mediaDopamine, 17 X 22, mixed media

 


Voyage, 17 X 22, mixed mediaVoyage, 17 X 22, mixed media

 


Monster Hero, 17 x 22, mixed mediaMonster Hero, 17 x 22, mixed media

 


Pink Home Dots, 17 x 22, mixed mediaPink Home Dots, 17 x 22, mixed media

 


Lone Ranger, 17 x 22, mixed mediaLone Ranger, 17 x 22, mixed media

 


ShellShell, 12 x 18, mixed media

 


 


Sculpture

GethsemaneGethsemane, 10' x 6' x 3', popcorn, wood, popcorn popper, plastic

 


Birds on the Roof of my Mother's HouseBirds on the Roof of my Mother's House, 12 x 12, Plexiglas, copper, nickel silver

 


Public Art

Trail between Carter Center and Candler Park, Atlanta, GA