The House in the Woods
The work in these galleries is part of an ongoing series of photographic prints and one-of-a-kind works on paper (monoprints, collages, drawings) entitled The House in the Woods.
In this new work, I am exploring the impact of human activity on the landscape. I reference the tensions between vulnerability/resilience and beauty/utility that are inherent in our intrusions. I am inspired by the beauty of weather, water, landscape and life in all its forms. I hope to illuminate our deep connections with the natural world and our equally deep confusions about our relationship to the planet we inhabit. I want to evoke the beauty and mystery of our planet and challenge viewers to see it with fresh eyes.
Though we live in “interesting times,” I hope I bring a sense of playfulness, humor, grace and kindness to our efforts to both change and deal with change.
Each of my pieces is made to archival standards with acid-free glues, paints, inks and papers.
Inkjet photographs are printed on 100% cotton, acid-free paper in small signed editions.
All work is carefully checked to meet the highest standards of craftsmanship. Matting and framing is always to archival standards.