Architectural; Visual Arts: Installation, Murals, Other, Sculpture; Patinaed Metal Panels
Concurrent with my voyage through time and geography, my work explores time through unexpected passages. The forms and reference of my work are of architectural structures and organic materials with primal approaches, an intuitive dynamic informed by the materials and transcending its’ history to new forms. My work is deeply referential, structures we create and discard, offer a mixing of hidden narrative and exposed layers, examining ongoing cycles of cohesion and disintegration. My large-scale drawings and collages use maps and found images, and architectural structures whose scale and perspective is distorted or exaggerated. Art historian and critic Robert C. Morgan has written, “…structure signifies an inventory of shapes and elements that pull together even as they move in different directions…” The archetypal images and forms of my work function as a repository of individual and collective moments, forming a visceral bridge to a blending of time-frames, real and imagined.