MDF, Black ink, Felt, Old Shirt A small repeat patter wood etching used to print any and everything. Derived from Native American, Iroquois, wampum belts.
A mock up print technique with loads of character. Black Ink, Paper Private Comfortable Purposeful
Hand made felt, thread, nails A work entrenched in the process of felt making and destroying sense of smell. How 3-D objects are often unrecognizable as skinned 2-D forms. Hide of a calf, organs of a man, skeleton of both
A Book cover modeled after Monica Tap- painter extraordinaire
Wall, Tape, Door, Ladder A work influenced by Micheal Craig Martin and his later works. Part pop art, part contour drawing. A piece best seen in person. The final installation has a version 1 and 2, as can be seen in the slight variations of the above documentations.
For my first See Lab Project I chose to use the microfilm collection in Herrick Library as my main inspiration. Using mostly TIME magazine excerpts I collaged and shaped a the triptych wall installation "Film, Paper, Wall". This piece is a refection of the world of black and white in which we viewed news and information … Continue reading Film, Paper, Wall