Bird by Lake with Sunrise
Mixed media, embroidery, collage, 3d pen, 6-2020, 8"/8"
"Decorative wall hanging spelling out BALTIMORE, using letters exclusively from Charm City and with a special nod to the city's favorite birds - the Orioles and Ravens. Specifically:
B - Window, Butchers Hill
A - Crosswalk, Federal Hill
L - Dock, Fells Point
T - Clothesline, Highlandtown
I - Fencepost, Hampden (and it says Maryland on it!)
M - Ladder, Inner Harbor
O - Natty Boh Tower, Brewers Hill
R - "Parking spot saver," Butchers Hill
E - Decorative metal work, Canton
Each "letter" is framed individually (8"" x 10"") and mounted to a single backing, so that it can be easily hung.
Approximate size is 6' wide x 10? tall."
Broken English [Punctuation]
Chromaluxe metal photograph, 2020, 24" x 36"
Wild Ordering & Going and Return (catalogue and calendar)
Medium: Photograph of 42 wild plants for the days in quarantine until April 26, 2020 in Puerto Rico
Dimensions: 12"" height x 18"" width"
Limited edition photograph, 2018, 10x8 inches, archival professional quality Lustre print.
Inner Aura (Snake)
10 1/2 x 15 inches (framed), Archival inkjet print, 2017, edition of 5, $600
Let's Play a Game
This 11"x14" photograph shows a diorama created entirely with common household materials. The image was captured in May of 2020.
Canvas Print with Glow in the Dark Paint, 2018, 24"H x 36"W x 1.5"D.
In "Extreme White" (2018), a white gun is photographed on a white background, leaving little distinction between where the gun stops and where the white background begins. The gun has been painted with glow-in-the-dark paint, in darkness the white background turns black and the gun becomes electric green. When this work is installed in an exhibition, it is labeled so that the materials used are available for the viewers to recognize. However, viewers are unable to experience the work in darkness, because the effect of the glow-in-the-dark paint is blocked by the lights in the gallery. The intention of this work is to offer the viewer the opportunity to scrutinize white privilege. "Extreme White" (2018) is a piece that might look obvious and simply at first glance, but it is also a piece in which the viewers are blocked the opportunity to appreciate all the characteristics it offers. By not allowing viewers to see how the work transforms but letting them know that I does, I give them a disadvantage, and trigger the audience to think about how white privilege feels like.
Johns Hopkins Medical Demolition #1
24" x 24"
Sweet Potato Fence
archival pigment print of Type 55 Polaroid negative, 2019, 12"x16"framed
A 5x7 inch watercolor made during Stay at Home times during Corona May 2020
South of Hatteras Island, NC
Digital Scan of Black and White medium format film photograph, Summer 2018, 8.5" x 11"