A Well Lit Evening

Revolt Gallery with Katherine Hunt.   August 2021

THESE WORKS USE NOSTALGIA AS A FAILING, AS A WAY TO ADVANCE MYTHOLOGY.
Color serves as a guide across the deep black backgrounds; as a
compass into forgotten internal maps. Images represent a mental and
emotional imprint of places, people, and sometimes events, to the best
of my recollection. The result is pattern-like rather than any
concrete notion. I am adorning my memory as I search for heritage.

In all my work, I try to capture a moment in this indefinable
space—a vestige between where we are now, where we’ve been, and
where we’re going. Paradoxically, the romanticism of place is a foundation in my work,
stemming from my inherent interest in the anthropology of buildings
and the narratives we tie to them.

 

 

Temporary View From Forever

21.5×27.5 in. Mixed media on paper

New Route

14×22 in. Gouache on paper

Single Point of Origin

18x9x7 in. Enamel, gouache, and ink on found skull

Shattered Timeline 1 and 2

16×20 in ea. Gouache and water based spray paint on canvas

Bailout

6×8 in. Gouache, ink, and crayon on paper

I could Only see so Far

11×15 in. Gouache, ink, and crayon on paper

 

Grange

12×14.5 in  Watercolor and ink on paper

Spirit Ally

22×22 in. Mixed media on panel

 

Mood Swings 1 and 2

11×14 in each. Mixed media on panel

 

Babel Issues

9.5×12.5 in. Mixed media on panel

Prone to Flames

9×12 in. Gouache, ink, and water based spray paint on paper

14 Large

6×8 in. Mixed media on rives bfk

Any Old Thing Will Do

7.5×8.5 in. Marker, ink, and crayon on paper

Typical Owl Pile

9×12 in. Gouache, ink, and water based spray paint on paper

Jaunt

9×12 in. Ink on paper

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