Ballerina In The Barn
assemblage; found objects, paper

Is it any wonder that I stand in the shadows watching your world as it parades by with its insult, injury, chaos and pain? Is it any wonder that I keep my back against the wall and my heart safely tucked away where your world cannot touch it? Is it any wonder?

A Bright Blue Cotton Dress
Scrolling book; silkscreened images on and in plastic 

she did not know she was falling apart as her thoughts unraveled and twisted themselves into a tangle of confusion like that of a thousand spools of unwound thread  /  desperately she cried out for a savior as she was swallowed by the black sea of depression, unable to grasp the hands that reached out to her  /  paranoia played her like a puppet depleting her soul of love and trust leaving only a shell, a hollow void where the stranger that I did not recognize and could not love, came to reside  /  anxiety was the air in her lungs and the only thing with her as she took her last breath  /  like a bright blue cotton dress washed to an empty grays he slowly faded and disappeared

Safe Haven
Reclaimed barnwood siding and beam, piano keys

Weigh Too Heavy 
Assemblage; found bottles, saw blades, glass composite incinerator rock

New Works at The Brew House
Assemblages; found objects, glass, paper, wood


In My Head work in progress on
a new series of assemblages | 2014


in|between Part III: Yardage


in|between Part IV: The Making of Dresses
Sewing Studio Installation at The Mattress Factory Museum | July 7-13, 2014