“Inching Forward” is a 2014 found object assemblage piece created specifically for the “ Artist Impressions Of The Mother “ exhibit at The Space May 10 and 11. Another FOA piece for the same show is in the works.
Recent Works – 2013/14
Working in found object assemblage – you are constantly acquiring objects that seem to speak to you for your work. Recent photographs have involved taking an object or objects from my studio and shooting them in nature – usually on my 20 acre piece of land and all in the natural light provided. Adding prose […]
Sculptures FOB 2009 -2010
First shown in conjunction with a series of photographs, these found object assemblage sculptures were based on the global affects of an overly industrial, corrupt planet and its long-term affects on the innocent, especially the children. The series was first shown as part of the Beneath the Surface exhibit at The Space In 2010 and later […]
A collection and documentation of wild flowers found around my 20- piece acre of land. One day I will learn the names.
I was approached by Creative Energy producer Jeremy Mason McGraw about creating a portrait series for the 2013 Eureka Springs May Festival of the Arts. Since it was timed for the art festival, I thought there could be no better subject matter than the artists who make up our quirky little town, Eureka Springs. I […]
Finding Nature – Artworks in the Landscape & Leaves
“Finding Nature – Artwork in the Landscape” was a multi-venue, multi-media art event co-curated with artist Christopher Fischer. We invited more than 20 local artists to create work that reflected the theme. A cross section of photographers, painters, sculptors, visual/digital, fiber and ceramic artists’ work was on display at The Space during the 2012 Eureka […]
Scouring local flea markets and garage sales for unusual objects to incorporate into art, I was struck by the inordinate number of plastic and ceramic “chotchkes” I encountered. Bunnies, unicorns, angels, Madonna’s, Santa’s, etc., were found in abundance, and bought and collected for more than a year. My fascination with these objects, and the people […]