2018-2019

What does an unhealthy environment mean for the health of our furture? With historic techniques and alternate materials, these pieces ask viewers to question their impact on nature. Anatomical references highlight the health implications of climate change.  

Because you live here too
Because you live here too

Mixed media paper & plastic sculpture with charcoal drawings on top. Images illustrate human health concerns from Climate change--including bronchial tree, blood cells, and plastic micro-fibers

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From my hands to the Earth
From my hands to the Earth

First panel of Diptych Mud on paper 2018

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From my hands to the Earth
From my hands to the Earth

Second panel of diptych Mud on paper 2018

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Dermis
Dermis

Paper, charcoal, plastic, and alternate material 2018 Image depicts a diagram of human skin tissue, which resembles layers of the soil.

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Dermis
Dermis

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Symbiosis: Mutual, but not exclusive
Symbiosis: Mutual, but not exclusive

Hand raised copper mask, with cast bronze bottle caps and plastic bottles for air plants. Entirely handcrafted, except the belt and the bottles which have been altered.

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Mingled Matter
Mingled Matter

Hand Painted Enamel on copper 2019

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Mingled Matter
Mingled Matter

detail image The lungs stand out due to their uncanny similarity to trees.

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