Journey (when my father met his first wife)
stitched canvas, acrylic and linen collage with solar printing
22x30" acrylic, canvas, linens, solar prints NFS
The piece plays with Leonardo's Vitruvian Man and also connects to my Maple Park writing where I refer to the picture windows that lined the streets and the way that they created a reverse panopticon of surveillance.
acrylic on sewn canvases
is literally a pieced together compilation, a sewn and painted canvas hanging 25x42 inches (variable) made from studio scraps. There is a section that can be peeked inside, thus the title.
It is a loosely rendered scene about play. Through its form it is an expression of resourcefulness. In terms of subject matter it articulates the way that the element of play continues through adversity.
On exhibit at WAAC Awakenings exhibition June 2 - 18 2022
Discourse is acrylic and printed linen on sewn canvas, dimensions are 28 (variable x 64 inches)
It is a narrative across six panels, stitched together and suspended on a bar. The height of each piece varies. Applied onto the painted canvas are images suggested of French feminists de Beauvoir and Irigary, printed on vintage linens. The final piece is a sculpture image attending to their sometimes impenetrable words.