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Collages at IGCA
Collages at IGCA

This body of work, Collages, navigates the landscape and texture of the past 18 months in wood, glass and paper. These experiments with hand-marbled paper, laser-cut birch and art glass in relief and three dimensions reflect an escape into pattern, iteration and...

Animal, Vegetable, Mineral paper cuts
Animal, Vegetable, Mineral paper cuts

These hand cut paper panels have been waiting for a home and found one at the International Gallery's 100x100 event, opening First Friday, November 1, 2019. Three 9" x 24" panels 2 layers of hand marbled paper, selectively cut with an 11M Xacto blade Oil paints...

Spiral book in progress
Spiral book in progress

This work in progress uses a spiral book form from foldfactory.com. Sometimes, even people like me who make art every day can use a little help getting started: adding to this book over the next few weeks (before it's due to be sent off to an exhibition) will be a...

Foramina Sewn Panels
Foramina Sewn Panels

These 24″ round sewn, mixed media art pieces on plywood with stained veneer trim were created for a private commission. I: II: III: IV: V: VI: VII: VIII: IX: X: XI: XII: XIII: XIV: XV:   About the title: foramen: fo·​ra·​men | \ fə-ˈrā-mən  \...

day 282: triangle painting
day 282: triangle painting

New painting: masked triangles, painted with vibrant, saturated acrylics and with intentional bleeding under the tape.

day 15: sneaky
day 15: sneaky

Well, after one week in, I'm already bending the rules a little, but this piece took a little while to come to fruition: just a panel of orderly snakes, painted in free latex house paint from the municipal hazardous waste recycling program, on a $5 hollow-core door...