Lookout, a site-specific installation for Green Chalk Contemporary's 2016 exhibition in Sand City, CA. The area just north of Monterey always has the feeling of being the very edge of The West, of being where the ocean emphatically sets the boundary of the continent. I’m struck by the City’s mix of shifting-sands fragility and industrial robustness, and Lookout tries to reflect this. The stilt-like construction and its “island” of sand may allude to coastal erosion and rising sea levels, but could also make it a symbol of endurance and survival.
These "shacks" made of reclaimed wood and concrete formed installations in the 2015 shows Many Streams and Nightwalking.
Dreamboat is a permanent installation at The Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento. It's a whole room environment for their under-fives education program and has work in various media including the central reclaimed wood boat. See more of this project here.
Grove, a cluster of fifteen columns in reclaimed wood with paint and gold leaf installed at Napa Valley Community Foundation.
Miscellaneous small wood pieces.
Small paintings on wood.