The gallery of contemporary art at the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs hosted and exhibit of my installation and the work of Pard Morrison. I always really enjoy creating these installations and it was an honor to exhibit with Pard as well.
Commissioned by the Rocky Mountain Regional Art in Architecture program with GSA, I installed this series of black walnut sculptures in the atrium hallway of the Arraj Courthouse in Denver.
Working with glass, I've laminated each layer with an optical epoxy to create a solid form. Joe Chiarrelli assisted, and his brother Michael Chiarrelli documented a bit of this process.
Graduating Stack of cable spool ends.
Floating planks. Vancouver.CA
I created this work for a client in Boulder, using natural rope and beetle-kill logs recovered from the Granby area in Colorado. Working with Gensler architects, I wanted to install what would act as a permeable wall while exposing a sense of organic growth and rhythm.
The emerging vegetal and the duck's ass. Vermont
Peggy Mangold has continued to host exhibits in her husband's studio for over 20 years, including my works in wood during the summer of '08.
a community and their village. Nyabikiri, Rwanda
I installed this work at in the Sculpture Garden, referencing the seismic pressure and activity in this area of California.