Darkroom silver print photogram of porcelain botanicals, site specific mineral pigment, 16x12 inches, 2019
(The photogram of the porcelain sculpture was made from a fern leaf yet references a feather. The migration of color corresponds to the memory of the habitat where the botanical was removed from.)
Darkroom silver print photogram of porcelain botanicals, mineral pigment, 16x12 inches, 2019
Excavating Bones From My Colonial Past
Sculptural Drawing Installation for Fugitive Narratives Exhibition: drawing photogram of porcelain botanicals, wooden boxes stacked with layers of hidden porcelain botanical specimen, 24x18x12 inches, 2018
Excavating Bones From My Colonial Past
Sculptural Drawing Installation for Fugitive Narratives Exhibition: drawing on paper, wooden boxes coated with porcelain slip, high-fired porcelain botanicals made during residency at in École du Breuil in Paris, was cast aluminum hip bone, music wire, wooden beam from Chicago factory building, 120x80x20 inches, 2018
Kiln fired porcelain botanicals and porcelain slip in window installation at Ignition Project Space located in Chicago's East Garfield Park neighborhood, 36x120x3 inches, 2019
Hyde Park Art Center Community Artist in Residence Installation: plant reading, The Nature Library Wild Flowers 1905 book, porcelain, wood, graphite, dirt,60x48x40 inches, 2019
Hyde Park Art Center Community Artist in Residence Installation: plant reading, The Nature Library Wild Flowers 1905 book, porcelain, wood, graphite, dirt,60x48x40 inches, 2019
Hyde Park Art Center Community Artist in Residence Installation: detail of porcelain and dirt, 2019
photograph etched in glass of one of my unknown relative, specimen pins, kiln-fired porcelain botanicals made during residency at in École du Breuil d'Horticulture in Paris, Native American Indian tools and beads made from European porcelain, 70x40x12 inches, 2018
Sculptural Drawing Installation during artist residency at Hyde Park Art Center: Ink, oil bar, and graphite drawing on paper, mold made of plaster of a found stick on rue Fénelon brought back to Chicago, rusted masonry nails holding glass shelf, porcelain botanical strands, photogram of porcelain strands, 180x96x14 inches, 2018
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