INSTALLATIONS & WALL PIECES > A WARMING WORLD

A warming world calls for both individual and collective responses. As a move toward a more sustainable art practice, I have recycled my former screenprints into Growth Rings, and moved toward natural dyes and pigments in my work. Also presented here are images from a site-specific installation in a shipping container at the National Zoo in Washington, DC.

Growth Rings
cast recycled screenprints on plywood rounds
56"H x 56"W x 1"D
2021
Growth Rings Sphere (side view)
cast recycled screenprints on plywood rounds
56"H x 56"W x 1"D
2021
Growth Rings (detail)
Recycled screenprints on plywood rounds
2021
Growth Rings Array
Recycled screenprints on plywood rounds
Seven works, each 5 3/4"
2021
Growth Rings Array (side view)
recycled screenprints on plywood rounds
seven works, each 5 3/4" diameter, 1" Depth
2021
Tree Scars
screenprint with natural dyes and sewing on handmade hemp paper
2021
Tree Scars
Screenprint with natural dyes with sewing on handmade hemp paper
2021
Tree Scars (detail)
screenprint with natural dyes and sewing on handmade hemp paper
2021
Invasive insect portraits
invasive insect portraits, watercolor pencil and coffee
A series of twelve 11 x 14 inch portraits
2017
Adaptation/Migration in the Anthropocene - Planter Pallets
custom-designed bug stamps, soil, shipping pallets, soil, Pothos and Ivy plants
2017
Adaptation/Migration in the Anthropocene - Partial Exhibit View
Shipping pallets, monotypes on Japanese paper, lights, balsa wood, netting, screenprint, wood, video on bug prints, sound.
2017
Stinkbug pallet artwork (detail)
monotypes, basswood, shipping pallets
2017
Stink Bug Pallet (detail)
Screenprint on tulle, monoprints on basswood and shipping pallet
2017
Adaptation/Migration in the Anthropocene
video, sound, drawing
variable
2017
Invasive Reflections - Ivy and Pothos
screenprint on mirror paper, shelves
68" L x 8" D
2017