Lost Landscapes

Work form the Lost Landscapes Project

Lost Landscapes is a personal investigation into the world around me, how it impacts me and how I connect to it. In a larger sense our actions may seem inconsequential but the mass effect of each person on this planet has the potential to change its very nature. I want the viewer to consider their own connection with the world around them, to think of how they fit into a larger system, and how the seemingly small or insignificant might not actually be so. These works are based on my interest in maps, systems, insects, ecology and sustainability. The forms work as visual tools to help me understand my connections and I hope they do for the viewer as well.

Water Table
Water Table

Mixed media with desk lamps 109” x 48” x 48”

Water Table (detail)
Water Table (detail)
Mill Town
Mill Town

Mixed media, Paint, wood and bronze 24” x 84” x 12 “

Mill town (detail)
Mill town (detail)
Cicada Bomb
Cicada Bomb

Paint on various woods. Dimensions variable. Bomb is 40” x 18” x 18”

Cicada bomb (detail)
Cicada bomb (detail)
Ghost Mountain
Ghost Mountain

Paint on birch plywood. 46” x 92” x 8”

Ghost Mountain (detail)
Ghost Mountain (detail)
install
install
Neighborhood
Neighborhood

Paint on various woods. 60” x 12” x 12”

neighborhood (detail)
neighborhood (detail)
Sailing Rock II
Sailing Rock II

Paint on various woods, cast bronze parts, with found rock. 60” x 12” x 12”

Sailing Rock (detail)
Sailing Rock (detail)
Neighborhood and Sailing Rock
Neighborhood and Sailing Rock
Waterway
Waterway

Mixed Media, with resin on found table. 30” x 30” x 30”

Mints
Mints

Paint on panel with walnut. 32” x 18” x 6”

Fossil
Fossil

Ink on paper relief print 42” x 18”

Phase Fire
Phase Fire

Paint on panel 26" d

Phase Earth
Phase Earth

Paint on panel 26" d

Phase Air
Phase Air

Paint on panel 26" d

Phase Water
Phase Water

Paint on panel 26" d