Construction with Morocco
2021
Digitally printed nylon-lycra, cotton and silk, acrylic and spray paint, 3D wood construction with glue on stretcher bars
14 x 14 x 2.75 inches

The background is a scanned frottage drawing made on location in Sefrou, Morocco, while in Residence with Culture Vultures. Detritus from previous work is used throughout.

Fluorescent-Chartreuse Scarf
2021
Digitally printed silk acrylic medium, masking tape with enamel and oil paint on canvas-panel
14 x 11 x 0.25 inches


Mozart’s Poontang
2021
Digitally printed acetate, canvas, silk, with acrylic medium, ball-point pen, marker, enamel and oil paint on wood panel
13.25 x 12.5 x 1 inch
Building Christ
2021
Digitally printed silk and acetate with acrylic gloss medium on masonite panel
20 x 16 x 0.25 inches


Il Conformista in Morocco
2021
Digitally printed acetate, canvas, silk; acrylic medium, enamel, oil and spray paint on wood panel with plastic debris-element attached to back
18 x 19 x 1 inch


Spray-paint with Monuments
2021
Spray paint on digitally printed canvas
25.15 x 38 x 0.13 inches

Created with photographs of monuments taken on-site of Goethe- German Poet/Philosopher in Frankfurt, Germany; Cuauhtémoc- the last Aztec Emperor in CDMX, Mexico; and John Marshall- US Supreme Court Judge in Washington DC, USA.

Fachwerk no.1
2021
Digitally printed nylon-lycra and silk embedded in acrylic medium on stretcher bars with 3D wood elements behind
12.5 x 19 x 2.5 inches
Memorial Deportivo
2021
Digitally printed acetate, silk, with acrylic paint on wood panel
12 x 12 x 1.5 inches
Horse Punch (with Trump Tower)
2021
Attached Diptych: Left Side: Digitally printed acetate and silk, acrylic medium, marker and spray paint on masonite panel; Right Side: Digitally printed nylon-lycra, silk and canvas with acrylic medium, marker, pen and gloss spray on stretcher bars.
20 x 32 x 1.13 inches
Untitled (Fez Football Monument)
2019
Wall tapestry: digitally printed photographs on canvas, silk and polyester meshes, adhered to canvas; with marker, acrylic paint and ball point pen
36.63 x 35 inches

Photography used was taken on-site at the Monument to Football in front of the Fez Football stadium in Fez, Morocco.

Untitled (Fez Football Monument Column)
2019
Wall tapestry: digitally printed photographs on canvas, silk and polyester meshes; adhered to canvas
41 x 15.25 inches

Photography used was taken on-site at the Monument to Football in front of the Fez Football stadium in Fez, Morocco.

Large Crises
2019
Tapestry: Digitally printed poly-mesh, cotton, silk and canvas, grommets, acrylic, oil, spray paint and pen
96 x 63 inches
Herr Fachwerk
2019
3D-Wall-Collage in 3 parts: Top: 3-Spray-painted stenciled acrylic panels leaning against one another; Middle: Stretched digitally printed lycra with acetate and gloss medium; Bottom: Digitally printed canvas and cotton with enamel paint and ball point pen
44 x 24.5 x 2 inches

The imagery used is from a psychedelic doily pattern, two digitally constructed repeatable patterns; one created from images of fachwerk taken on-site in Germany, the other from a photograph of marble columns from inside the Munich Residenz.

What Goes Around Comes Around
2019
Digitally printed fabrics, and mixed media
site specific – variable
Gemini
2019
Wall tapestry; digitally printed photograph on canvas with stained ink silk and acrylic spray gloss
73 x 35 inches

Photography used was taken on-site in Titusville, FL; at the "U.S. Space Walk of Fame", Gemini Monument.

Various Tropes
2019
Marker, ball point pen, ink, graphite, acetate, faux-gold leaf and resin on wood panels
12 x 16 x 1 inch
Mozart in Multiplicity
2019
Dye-sublimation aluminum print
20 x 16 x 1/8 inches

The multiple photographs used were taken on-site in Vienna, Austria of a statue of Mozart. The images were algorithmically aligned by Photoshop and printed onto aluminum using the dye-sublimation process.

Leaving the American Sector
2019
Digital photograph in faux-gold leafed IKEA RIBBA frame
6 x 8 x 1.25 inches

Created with imagery of a color inverted text of “Checkpoint Charlie” – the most famous crossing at the Berlin Wall.