Aluminum, copper, glass, limestone, herbs
My practice articulates my need to be in dialogue with my psyche/spirit. I turn to sculptural and generative processes that evoke a state of meditation while working. In this state, making becomes a ritual and the object becomes an altar; a record of whatever alchemy occurred. The intent is an installation free to encounter the sublime.
Crying in the Club, 2016, Limestone, granite, copper, tulips, 24 x 42 x 48in
Personal is Peripheral, 2017, Composite gold leaf on acrylic, dried cornflowers, himalayan salt, sesame wood, dimensions variable
Doing Acid with My Mom, 2018, camera-less chromogenic print, crushed chamomile, glass, resin, 24.5 x 18 x 36 inches