top Falling Back Upon the Roots

This is a medium sized piece investigating using Polystyrene (styrofoam) as a sculptural element coated in an industrial polymer. It solved the issues of weight I had with larger works. I then covered it with paper and image.

top Sea of Days (grouping)

This is an installation, or grouping of my work at George Billis Gallery L.A.

top In the Afterglow

This is a medium sized piece investigating using Polystyrene (styrofoam) as a sculptural element coated in an industrial polymer. It solved the issues of weight I had with larger works. I then covered it with paper and image.

top State of the Union
top Reroute
top Measure of All Things

The works are made by creating wood forms and painting images on paper, then mounting the images and paper patterns onto the surface. The shapes form angles and curves that sometimes generate the meaning of the piece. On some works, the image is already in mind, and the wood form is made for its purpose.

top Hindsight

The works are made by creating wood forms and painting images on paper, then mounting the images and paper patterns onto the surface. The shapes form angles and curves that sometimes generate the meaning of the piece. On some works, the image is already in mind, and the wood form is made for its purpose.

top Origins and Inserts

The works are made by creating wood forms and painting images on paper, then mounting the images and paper patterns onto the surface. The shapes form angles and curves that sometimes generate the meaning of the piece. On some works, the image is already in mind, and the wood form is made for its purpose.

top Arc

The works are made by creating wood forms and painting images on paper, then mounting the images and paper patterns onto the surface. The shapes form angles and curves that sometimes generate the meaning of the piece. On some works, the image is already in mind, and the wood form is made for its purpose.

top Genealogy

The works are made by creating wood forms and painting images on paper, then mounting the images and paper patterns onto the surface. The shapes form angles and curves that sometimes generate the meaning of the piece. On some works, the image is already in mind, and the wood form is made for its purpose.