Introducing my newest narrative...
"She treats them not as objects of macabre fascination, but as sculptural objects in a different phase of life.”
Symbiartic Blog, Scientific American
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One of the most profound projects I have ever done.
30 skulls. 30 days.
30 drawings and paintings.
AVAILABLE SMALL WORKS
JAN2016 / 3A COMPOSITES FEATURE
3A Composites, the maker of Dibond® (aluminum composite panels), wrote a feature on my work and use of the product for my large narrative works.
OCT2016 / 'THE BEAUTY OF SKULLS'
Science art writer, for Scientific American, Glendon Mellow, has written a beautiful Halloween post about my work on their Symbiartic Blog.
OCT2016 / 30 SKULLS/30 DAYS PROJECT
In October of 2016, I spent 30 days creating a new skull drawing or painting, from life, of animals skulls from my personal collection. This intense study was a time of profound reflection. See the paintings and read my personal thoughts and reflections on this difficult and challenging project. READ MORE
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