The intersection of art and science has always been a fruitful starting place when exploring creative works. I am driven by finding the extraordinary in the common or overlooked thing. Even a seemingly mediocre object/thing/image has the potential to take one’s breath away if revealed in the right light. That moment when you are unexpectedly taken with something… those moments are what I am fueled by.

Derivatives + Instances
2017 Something Other curated by David Warner, Aspen Chapel Gallery


Mixed Media prints on Arches mounted on cradled Birch Board.

In this new series of work I have explored incorporating traditional print techniques including monotype, screen printing and letterpress into painting and mixed media applications on paper. This work deals with concepts in which I find solace and direction. Exploring the relationship of art and science has always been a steadfast starting point.


"west wind, 3"
2017 Bird's Nest Gallery, Aspen, Colorado.
2016, Small Wonders, Aspen Chapel Gallery, Aspen Colorado

Mixed Media prints on Arches mounted on cradled Birch Board.
Exploring with traditional print techniques and hand markings. Inspired by the Mary Oliver poem, West Wind, 3. "And the speck of my heart, in my shed of flesh. and bone, began to sing out..."


disclosure
2015, sq footage: art in redux, R2 gallery @ Launchpad


modular pieces made of folded nytimes sections