Roam

  • I began shooting with my iPhone as a challenge and exercise while visiting Rome.  I quickly discovered the iPhone enabled me to capture close up detail. Upon return I saw strong visual and conceptual connections amongst the iPhone images, which inspired me to combine them into photomontages.  The juxtapositions I make are based upon the shape, form, and function or meaning of the elements.  The figures I appropriate from historical works of art become characters in narratives about creation, metamorphosis, and cycles of life and like the myths and fairytales that inspire them, they are often strange, dark, and surreal. 
  • Converse, 2013
    archival pigment and encaustic on hardboard
    16 x 24
  • Ruin, 2013
    archival pigment and encaustic on hard board
    12 x 9
  • Lost, 2013
     
  • Soothe, 2013
    archival pigment and encaustic on hard board
    12x9
  • Offer, 2013
    archival pigment and encaustic on hardboard
    12 x 9
  • Consider, 2013
    archival pigment and encaustic on hard board
    12 x 9
  • Sieze, 2013
    archival pigment and encaustic on hard board
    12 x 9
  • Descend, 2013
    archival pigment and encaustic on hard board
    12 x 9
  • Mute, 2013
    archival pigment and encaustic on hard board
    12 x 9
  • Captivate, 2013
    archival pigment and encaustic on hard board
    12 x 9
  • Contagious, 2013
    archival pigment and encaustic on hard board
    12 x 9
  • Reflect, 2013
    archival pigment and encaustic on hard board
    12 x 9
  • Display, 2013
    archival pigment and encaustic on hard board
    12 x 9
  • Chaos, 2013
    archival pigment and encaustic on hard board
    12 x 9