Mined Resonance

Museum of Friends spring 2022

Lately, improvisation has become a part of everyone’s daily routine. As we react to new environments, priorities, and methods of gathering in community or doing business together, we find out how nimble we can be, individually and collectively.

We’ve all become much like session musicians, reacting to, moving with, and anticipating each day. In the midst of all the highs and lows, we look to create a common experience, a kind of normalcy.

In this body of work, I aim to capture a notion of this indefinable space between where we are now, where we’ve been, and where we’re going. 

 

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Installation view “Mined Resonance”

It Takes a Shtetl

4’x4′ steel

Sonora City Cemetery

16″x20″ gouache on canvas

Interim Room

9.5″x12.5″  gouache on watercolor ground on panel

 

We Haven’t Located Us Yet

12″x12″ mixed media on panel

 

Owl Town Pushes back, Mister

5″x7″ gouache and watercolor ground on panel

Yo, Whatever happened to peace?

5″x7″ gouache on watercolor ground on panel

 

Crystal Mill

16″x20″ gouache on canvas

The Many Waves

8″x10″ gouache on watercolor ground on panel

Leaves

~4″x22″ gouache on watercolor ground on wood

 

Tolerant

16″x20″ mixed media on canvas

 

Borrowed from the Children

11″x14″ gouache on watercolor ground on panel

 

Distilfink

5″x7″ gouache on watercolor ground on panel

Will o’ Wisp

5″x7″ gouache on watercolor ground on panel

In lieu of Village

5″x7″ gouache on watercolor ground on panel

Slow Translation

36″x48″ mixed media on panel

That one down the way

16″x20″ gouache on canvas

 

What’s the Use/Elohim laughs

28″x41″ gouache on watercolor ground on panel

Hungarian Freedom Park

20″x30″ mixed media on panel

South Lawrence

20″x30″ mixed media on panel

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