ARCHIVE > SO IT SEEMS

These images are both hallucinatory and real. Within them, organic chimeras oscillate on a sea of white, a paradox of intimacy and vastness. Gravity and movement are the source of many of the forms. India Ink and clayboard undergo episodes of interaction and dynamic change. The surface then becomes one of infinite detail. The relative passage of time is measured as some elements are abraded and washed down, while others are left whole and untouched. “Genetic” material is transferred when wet surfaces press into each other. Sliced fragments migrate, making new connections. Multiple panels combine, recombine, and finally fuse into an evocative syntactic order.

WAVE GUIDE
ink on claybord
24" x 30"
2006
SHADE of DIFFERENCE
ink & acrylic paint on claybord
18" x 36.25"
2006
DOUBLE OTHER
ink & acrylic paint on claybord
18" x 35.5"
2006
THIN AIR
ink on claybord
2006
NECK & NECK
ink on claybord
50" x 24"
2006
SO IT SEEMS
ink on claybord
36" x 24"
2006
AS IF IT WAS
ink on claybord
24" x 18"
2006
FUGUE
ink & acrylic paint on claybord
40" x 40"
2006
OCULUS
ink on claybord
32" x 24"
2006
BUBBLE  OVER
ink on claybord
18.25" x 24"
2006
TURN AWAY
ink on claybord
18" x 72.5"
2006
MEMENTO
ink on claybord
12" x 32.5"
2006
DOUBLE TAKE #1
ink on claybord
18" x 36"
2007
DOUBLE TAKE #2
ink on claybord
18" x 36"
2007
DOUBLE TAKE #3
ink on claybord
18" x 36"
2007
DOUBLE TAKE #4
ink on claybord
18" x 36"
2007
DOUBLE TAKE #5
ink on claybord
24" x 48"
2008
DOUBLE TAKE #6
ink on claybord
24" x 48"
2008