Fired clay, nail glue, plaster, tempera, acrylic paint, oil paint, gesso, zinc,various pigments, garnet, crystal, steel, plastic, resin, glass, foam, mica and plants
“Garden is a mixed-media installation of red-clay vessel- figurines in various stages of emerging from the earth. Nebulous figurative forms, whose materiality and placement reflect the interaction of people with the environment as they guide and follow the formation of the land. These inhabitants escort viewers past formations of partially embedded fragments of clay vessels, cross- sectioned reconstituted sculpture, and rubble scattered in ruin-like manner.
This faux archaeological scene invites people to engage with imagined fragments of history and abstract narrative. The subject of archaeology suggests the unexplained or mysterious, the connection of physical object to mystery and discovery. These works offer moments in which to contemplate the harmony and collision of people and the land over time.”