Saturday, November 21, 2009

3 New Collages

1) Hopeless Satellites: Continue the Search When I Am Gone. 35x39"

Ink, Acrylic, and Collage on Digital Photographs.

2) Recovered Breathing Apparatus/ Inter-Dimensional Life Support Device (From Designs of the BUTIAMYOU Weavers I). 25.5x45"

Printed Paper, Tape, and Ink on Paper

3) Charting the Arc Light Rings of an Immeasurably Distant Entity. 32.5x46"

Acrylic, Ink, and Tape on Printed Paper

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Something I almost forgot...

This Building Feels was a collaboration between myself and fellow artist/printmaker Cooper Holoweski and at least 25 other artists that share space in our studio building in downtown Providence.

This work took place in March/April of 2008.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

MFA Thesis Show

This is a (process view) of the way my thesis show piece was actually installed...

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Friday, April 3, 2009

Recent Work.

Proof of Existence on Neighboring Bodies I (2009)

Proof of Existence on Neighboring Bodies II (2009)

Folding of the Worm(hole) 2009

Imaginary Satellites (Dissecting the Monolith) 2009

Life Between the Broken-Circle and Endless Darkness (2009)

Winter 2008, Continued.

Winter 2008.

All Images, Mixed-Media; Screenprint and Collage.
From a series titled Images of the Invisible.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Back-Tracking for the Sake of Clarity...

Myotonia: Space-Invaders (The Great Eyes) 2007.
24'wide x 8' high x 2' deep
Screenprint on Frosted Mylar

A Shallow Depth. 2007.
22" x 33".
Screenprint on Japanese Handmade Paper

Untitled. 2007.
22" x 33".
Screenprint on Japanese handmade Paper.

Untitled. 2006.
3' x 3.5'
Screenprint on Japanese Handmade Paper.

Untitled. 2006.
22" x 30"
Screenprint on Japanese Handmade Paper.

This is a selection of work completed during my time in residence at Bucknell University.

Sequentially Sequenced Sequences.

Thank you for visiting. Your interest is greatly appreciated.

I have chosen this blog format for the launch of the (first) iteration of a forum for the display of my work, because I believe it is also the responsibility of art (and artists) to generate questioning and discussion. That being said, please feel free and welcome to comment, suggest, and inquire.