A wave of spewing ink, signaling my frustration with controlling academic structures.
I like to visually explore the invisible world. In this piece it is the melding of the elements.
There is nothing in the universe that we know of that can compare to our living planet.
An homage to my home state of Ohio and my love for the scarlet Cardinal on the many gray days.
"Our success is a culmination of all of our failures." This was the inspiration given to me by a good friend.
Occasionally, I am reminded that people are capable of really great things. 2014 Juror's Merit Award, The River Biennial, Parkersburg, WV
I was fixated on making a giant wave encompassing a small village and finished this piece the evening before the tsunami hit Japan. Uncomfortably weird.
Making the invisible sweeping away of the arctic a visual story with ink and graphite.
Sometimes the most powerful storms appear gentle and tranquil from a distance.
Inspired by a trip to Salisbury, MD. My friend and I went to see the Chincoteague ponies and were thwarted off by a mass of raging mosquito's.