Depth Perception #7

12″ x 12″ x 1″ resin, epoxy, plexiglass, digital painting, photographic print, beam clamps, metal The “Depth Perception” series is anchored in a floating sensation, seeking out the beauty of optical illusions and contemplative, geometric possibilities offered by a shift in our perspective. I play with light, texture, and contrasting images in layers that remindContinue reading “Depth Perception #7”

Depth Perception #6

12″ x 12″ x 1″ resin, epoxy, plexiglass, digital painting, photographic print, beam clamps, metal The “Depth Perception” series is anchored in the beauty of optical illusions and contemplative, geometric possibilities offered by a shift in our perspective. I play with light, texture, and contrasting images in layers that remind the viewer to look atContinue reading “Depth Perception #6”

Reflections on Reflections

6″ x 6″ x 1″ hammered copper sheets, epoxy, resin, plexiglass, photo print, paper, digital painting Like most of us, I don’t often look up enough – life has a way of focusing one’s eyes on the mundane, the everyday, and the objects directly ahead, instead of directing our attention skyward and reminding us ofContinue reading “Reflections on Reflections”

Depth Perception #5

8″ x 8″ x 2.5″ resin, epoxy, plexiglass, wood, photographic print, digital painting, paper I find myself inspired by the beauty lurking behind “ugly” things, particularly those objects which suggest closure and entrapment. Manipulation of angles, light, and perspective allows us to find within the ruins some sense of hope, patterns within madness, and openingsContinue reading “Depth Perception #5”

[Help Me] Burn It All Down #2

12″ x 12″ x1.5″ plexiglass, copper piping, hammered copper, beam clamps, resin, photographic print, epoxy Anyone stuck in a rut knows the powerful desire for total transformation – fire, after all, destroys but also allows for a phoenix-like rebirth from the ashes. Whether it’s leaving a job, a relationship, or a home to start afresh,Continue reading “[Help Me] Burn It All Down #2”