You can find my work "Strange Limits" on view in Cambridge Artist Association's Mary Schein Fall Salon at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery.
Also some on my small sculptures featured in UPSTREAM at Porter Mill Gallery in Beverly, MA.
A recent suspended piece, blending an interest in the nature of objects and methods of display. It's a quality of mine to be drawn to found objects that can serve as ground for both 2-D and 3-D work. Here I have combined objects that serve as tools for modern day life, screw-eyes, rope, wood and paint. In some ways I am attempting to limit the amount of manipulation that takes place in hopes of actually emphasizing the weight and other properties of the object.
Make way for sculpture! I am so excited about expanding into the realm of object making or as I like to refer to them 'aubjects'. How clever am I? Kidding aside, this tenny-tiny 3"x 3" guy was living on the most pitiful 'sculpture' section of my website and now... I am kicking it to the virtual curb to make room for some new objects. This little guy deserves a high five for pushing me in the right direction and serving as a sort of spring board from one body of work to another. So here's to the little guys figuratively and literally that become the wellspring for stronger bodies of work.
From NOVEMBER of 2014 ! These little guys have been in blog limbo since then and I can't see them sit as a draft any longer.