This is a photo of my studio while I was making a suite of paintings ode to my infant twin daughters. Josephine was taken and Andromeda was saved. I found inspiration and solace in the tradition of the allegorical still life. It allowed me to meditate on loss and celebrate survival through the power and simplicity of observational painting.
I have been making apps as art projects and so far have created four apps that work on the iPad and iPhone. They are available for free in the app store. These links take you to the apps: Spine Sonnet,Urban Rhythms, Art Swipe, 4 Square
Bather, from "Seat Assignment," (2010 and ongoing). "Seat Assignment" is an ongoing project consisting of photographs, video, and sound works, all made in flight using only a camera phone and improvising with materials close at hand.
Neighbours - Berlin: Petersburger Platz 2-VI 2011. 25x30 cm. Silver Gelatine Emulsion on Mixed Media(. Removed Wall Paintings) on Canvas. The work was included in the solo show at Schneidertempel Art Center in Istanbul in 2011
"I am seeking. I am striving. I am in it with all my heart." ~Vincent van Gogh
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