8x10 inches, edition of 250
11x14 inches, edition of 150
20x24 inches, edition of 50
Throughout the years my work has been a continuous attempt to see more deeply inside to those myriad selves that accumulate over time; hence the titles: Self-Portrait as Wreck, Self-Portrait as Great Heap etc. I look for forms and structures that might be able to contain some of that complexity ”whether through buildings with many cubicles, or trees with many nesting boughs” to function as rooms of the psyche where the imagery that wells up in my mind's eye can take root in substantial ground. I am calling upon an experience of sensuality that is polymorphous and free-floating, like how we feel when we bob in waves or scramble over rocks, understanding that it is through the senses that we can find a path to reverence. Study for Self Portrait Holding a World is part of this ongoing exploration.
All prints are limited edition and are printed on 100% cotton rag paper using archival inkjet pigments. Each is accompanied by an authenticity card containing the edition number and the artist's signature.