News and New Work, April-May 2022

Leading up to my mural recently installed project for the Seattle Children’s Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic (see earlier posts) I had been seeking opportunities to produce larger scale work. After starting that commission I followed up with my First Encounters series of life sized portraits of strangers. Now I’ve created the three works below for submission to a billboard project in Williamsburg, Brookly. If selected they will be part of an ecoartspace.com project, I Am Water, focused on water as a source of life that mediates our planet’s ecosystems.

All Water is One
Multilayer photographic archival pigment print
Sole Caught in a King Low Tide
Multilayer photographic archival pigment print
ReGenesis
Multilayer photographic archival pigment print

I can’t seem to stop producing landscapes, not that I am trying. When I do complete a new one it is likely less to present a recognizable place than a consideration of one or more real places and how I respond to them and connect them to each other.

After the Storm
Multilayer photographic archival pigment print

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