Friday, July 16, 2010

sketchmarks first body of brush and ink drawings spontaneously executed, then carefully torn, cut and layered into measured spaces applied to 15x15 inch sheets of 1/4 inch birch plywood squares

quiltbearings this body of mixed media pieces on paper and wood are busy with memories - of photography, film, improvised music and sculpture that draws in the sky - of great grandmothers' quilts and crocheted tableclothes - grandmothers' mending and making clothes, grandfathers' fixing and fishing - mom's paintings and letters - of dad's welding and travels - of the family and its histories - of codes, flashes, traces,, acrylic, graphic, paper on 1/2 inch birch plywood 24x24, 30x30 inch squares

portraits from a fairly traditional to approach to portraiture to more interpretive depictions, my portraits tend are most often commissioned works and may include drawing, painting, collage, decoupage techniques; charcoal, graphite, chalks, acrylics and inks on paper, masonite, plywood, canvas (stretched or unstretched), and sometimes clay

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