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  1. A statement about Wall Fungus, 10/2015

    Date 05 Oct 2015
    I appreciate art that is welcoming, art that is convivial–art that starts a conversation, rather than finishing it. If I am able, it’s my goal to make work that doesn’t intrude or provoke, but instead invites and introduces I believe that these mushroom-forms are connected to our global dialogue about…

  2. Artist’s Statement: Simplicity and Replication

    Date 02 Oct 2015
    Simplicity and Replication This piece, the Wall Fungus,  is about energy, space, and relationship. It directs our attention to the spaces between things, and encourages us to hold these spaces as palpably alive and energetic. The Wall Fungus is a process, not a piece. It’s an improvisational score, a kind…

  3. Trust, 2015

    Date 01 Oct 2015
    This painting began two years ago. I received some plywood from my elderly neighbor–he’d had it in his garage for over fifty years. It had an exceedingly subtle scent that connected me to my grandfather’s shop, and to the obsessive scrap collection I’d grown up with in my father’s dark, cluttered basement. …

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