Tabula is a series of collages that I create from the grocery leaflets delivered to my home each week. This work builds on past projects where I develop intuitive processes to transform the unwanted ephemera of daily life into meditative objects. Read on to view more images.Read More
A selection of my recent found object work will be on view at Woolff Gallery through December 21st. I’m thrilled to be showing alongside some fantastic artists using found and re-purposed materials in surprising and innovative ways. The gallery will be showcasing my newly released CONTINUA (RE)WORKS series.Read More
Throughout this long Pittsburgh winter I’ve been working on a large-scale Array panel designed specifically for outdoor display. I create these panels by cutting up found plastic bags then tacking them together into intricate multi-colored mosaics.Read More
I’ve recently had the chance to step back from a newly completed body of work and consider how I want to share it with the world. One opportunity that has intrigued me for many years is the In Practice program at SculptureCenter in NYC. I visited the space in early June and decided to put together an application for the 2018 open call.Read More
May 2017. I'm pleased to announce a brand new body of work. Array is a collection of bags transformed into the stained glass of the vernacular. I combined elements of high and low art to call into question the value of the things we throw away.