The artwork has been separated into categories by material, process and style.
Wood SculptureView all
Engraved, Inked Acrylic
I had hoped to create a technique for digital intaglio using a laser cutter and acrylic plates. The prints didn't work out, but I really liked the look of the inked plate.View all
First I reduce the image in the portrait to a fixed palette. Then I separate and recombine the shapes so that each layer selectively reveals the one below. The pattern and color of the papers are random, so I don't know which color or pattern will show where. The result is a fixed pattern but a random outcome.View all
These sculptures were modeled in the computer and then cut out of individual sheets of acrylic sheet. The sheets were not glued together and the form is created from the void in each layer.View all
This series was originally about my experience during open studios. I wanted a way to express the things I couldn't say aloud. Since then I have been thinking more about text and language. I have been writing several stories, very slowly, and will use those words in the text pieces to come.View all
At one point in my life the only time I had to think about art was when I was traveling for work. I decided to work with materials that were available to me. Each piece in this series is made entirely from materials and processes I found in the SkyMall catalog.View all