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99 1/2 Won't Do21

99 1/2 Won't Do

Video, plaster, earth, leaves. 2008 solo exhibition: Ruinations, Ringling College of Art, Sarasota, FL

Detail of 99 1/2 Won't Do21

Detail of 99 1/2 Won't Do

Video, plaster, earth, leaves. 2008 solo exhibition: Ruinations, Ringling College of Art, Sarasota, FL

Cast-Offs21

Cast-Offs

Cast concrete and rubber. 2004 solo exhibition: Cast-Offs: Girls, Riddles, Fates, Firehouse Gallery, Burlington, VT

Detail of Cast-Offs21

Detail of Cast-Offs

Cast concrete and rubber. 2004 solo exhibition: Cast-Offs: Girls, Riddles, Fates, Firehouse Gallery, Burlington, VT

Detail of Cast-Offs21

Detail of Cast-Offs

Cast concrete and rubber. 2004 solo exhibition: Cast-Offs: Girls, Riddles, Fates, Firehouse Gallery, Burlington, VT

Excavating Shadows21

Excavating Shadows

Ink on plaster, video projected into painted wheelbarrow. 2010 solo exhibition, ReCreation, Barton College Art Galleries, Wilson, NC
8’ x 14’ x 6’

Detail of Excavating Shadows21

Detail of Excavating Shadows

Ink on plaster, video projected into painted wheelbarrow. 2010 solo exhibition: ReCreation, Barton College Art Galleries, Wilson, NC
8’ x 14’ x 6’

Detail of Excavating Shadows21

Detail of Excavating Shadows

Ink on plaster, video projected into painted wheelbarrow. 2010 solo exhibition: ReCreation, Barton College Art Galleries, Wilson, NC
8’ x 14’ x 6’

What's Wrong with the World?21

What's Wrong with the World?

Mixed media installation. 2013 solo exhibition, Southern New Hampshire University

Detail of What's Wrong with the World?21

Detail of What's Wrong with the World?

Cast plaster, resin, and paper; with earth, hemp, coffee, paint; with family books. 2013 solo exhibition: Archaeology Through the Looking Glass, University of Southern New Hampshire. 6' x 12' x 7'


Detail of What's Wrong with the World?21

Detail of What's Wrong with the World?

Cast plaster, resin, and paper; with earth, hemp, coffee, paint; with family books.