A mythical city by a river, built from burnt red cedar.
Plywood, tin containers, brass screws, patina. Inspired by the view spring fields from aloft.
A construction based on sacred geometry and the 'Tree of Life' from the Kabbalah. It represents a hierarchy of human consciousness & endeavor.
Detail of Sephirot, inspired by the Kabbalah...ironically (or maybe not), this part is from a print (on tin) of the sacred heart of Jesus.
A construction made from cut up containers, cans, and a pop crate. My imagining of how an abstract painting made from wood & metal might appear.
A metal variation on a watercolor painting from many years ago, made from flattened containers & signs. The title means,"True joy is serious business" (from Seneca)
Plywood, poplar, steel, aluminum. About people who try to manipulate your perceptions
Plywood, cedar, steel, aluminum, and copper
Land foormation represented in plywood and metal.
Plywood, poplar, steel aluminum. What it takes (in my estimation) to make art
What if a dollhouse becomes a floor plan? How does such a structure differ from the northern to southern hemisphere, and what might they say about economic disparity?
Plywood, poplar, steel, aluminum, old erector sets
Plywood, steel, aluminum. Sometimes (often) it is hard to take things seriously, even though you are expected to.
Plywood, steel, aluminum. About paying attention.