Posts Tagged ‘biological’

Four Pieces Fly to Brussels

March 8, 2019

Today I shipped four pieces to Belgium to be part of the exhibition, “Matters of Concern” at La Verriere gallery in Brussels!

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Seed Dreaming VI

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Seed Dreaming V

  • I was thrilled to be invited by Guillaume Desanges, an art critic and curator from Paris, to be included.¬† The show opens on April 27th and will run till July 6th.

 

  • Seed Dreaming I

    Seed Dreaming I

     

     

Life Goes On V

June 27, 2018

I just finished the latest installment of my Life Goes On series.

Life Goes On V

Here’s a closer look:

Of the World

October 29, 2017

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This new piece evolved from a large charcoal sketch drawn during  a life drawing class to this layered exploration of our interconnectedness with the world. My fascination with our relationship with billions of microbial fellow travelers was a huge influence! Again, I highly recommend the book, I Contain Multitudes by Ed Yong.

Doing a more figurative piece is a new stretch for me. I’d welcome some feedback!

For more details on this piece, look here.

 

 

 

 

Hand/Eye magazine featured artist

December 2, 2016

I was contacted by Rebeca Schiller, editor of visually sumptious Hand/Eye magazine to be interviewed for an article titled “Invented Biology”about my art. I think she did a really good job of coherently conveying why and what I do from my oftentimes meandering answers. I’m grateful for this opportunity. I encourage you to check it out as well as taking a look at this beautiful, interesting online publication.
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