My work involves reclamation and recontextualization of materials. The sculptures and installations I’ve produced in the recent past, constructed with reclaimed tire, concrete fragments, welded steel and wire, have assumed the form of whirling funnel clouds and wall like expanses of strata attended by crows. Migrating groups of dome like forms suggest turtle shells that hover slightly off walls and floors. Profusions of decaying sunflowers cascade from a dubious horn of plenty. All suggest the return of the industrial materials to nature.
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Art in the Garden: The Inaugural Sculpture Garden Installation
The John and Joyce Sculpture Garden
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
On view through spring of 2020