Wednesday, June 25, 2008

New Tarps and Wooden Clusters

These pieces explore my fascination of 2-D and 3-D space. By employing the simple optical illusion of one picture plane broken into a perpendicular V shape, what once was flat becomes more visually complex.

I am showing two pictures of the same image, in order to show how the image morphs as the viewer move in position to it.

Sunday, June 15, 2008


This is a sketch of a real book cover, as well as, a sketch for a future sculpture. I want to explore this dual nature of sketches that they can simultaneously be pictures of something and a picture of something to be.

The art of extraction

Everyone loves making collage, I am no different. However, I seem to take more pleasure from extraction then addition. This piece, Family Paintings, is an example of this tendency.


The rolodex seems to have gone the way of the answering machine, but it's sculptural and functional beauty has yet to be fully explored, in my opinion.

Tape Dispensers

This summer's activities have begun with a return to the basics, drawing and office supplies.

Sunday, June 1, 2008

horror maps

In an effort to understand the structure of horror movies, I have started mapping out the sequences and spaces that form them.