Cast Iron 48" x 22" x 18"
Installation Lazy Boy Recliner, Video Documentary Hate Speak Current Media, Cast Iron-Targeted, Drywall, 2x4’s, Light 2015
Mirrors, Sandblasted Bullying & Hate Text, Text: “I love you BUT will never accept your lifestyle, All faggots should be put on an island and blown up, DYKE, Faggot, Queers Are Sickening Perverts 27' x 8' Hall Installation, The Belfry, NY 2015
Installation: Cast glass, 150 Rupert drops suspended by tails-produced by donor #4421, 1/2" x 72" x 86" glass pane, projected image, sperm, stainless steel. 10' x 20' 2013
50 Manipulated cast glass slides individually cut & polished, sizes vary, 2"-6" x 2" x 1/4" each
36" x 28" x 34" Fabricated-steel light table, 69 cast glass slides, carbon, remnants
Fabricated Steel 21'3" x 11' x11' Click Link to see more Works in Steel
Fabricated Steel bell Art in Public Places Knoxville, TN 11' x 56" x 12" 2011
5 vehicles, 10' fabricated steel nails in each Traveling through state of TN, 2009-present. TDOT office of the Governor
As an experience, the How do I Look? environments provides a framework encouraging the fluid role of participants as sometimes audience members, sometimes artist and yes, sometimes art. As an art show, How do I Look? is entirely dependent on participants to supply the images for the show. Images are submitted by scanning a QR code or sending an email. Once submitted, the pictures instantaneously became part. 2” x 4” Gallery, Steel, Participants, LOX, 2012
Three Motile Galleries, Bicycles, patinated steel, curated art works
Found Steel objects Design Inquiry, Vinalhaven, ME 2011
Hand Plasma Cut & Fabricated steel, Used for diy network show opening "Yardcore" 54" x 19" x 3/8"
Award winning research and education project led by the University of Tennessee Knoxville College of Architecture and Design.
It's more than just a process. Click Link below to see iron castings, community building and engagement from around the world
Photographic exploration of women
Visiting Artist with Inter-Tibal Bison Counsel 2009 Images from Buffalo Trace Installation
The Drive Thru as a multi-layered performance event and art installation: A series of signs seek to frame conversation and invite reflection on our culture. Scribes work The Drive Thru asking the curious who approach two questions: “What do you drive?” and “What drives you?” The responses are combined to create a group-authored script. in collaboration with VIIC KEER OSSTTAPPH, Knoxville, TN, 2011 Mixed media, dimensions vary.