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PRINTS: Monotypes

Memory Series #5, Serial Monotypes

Memory Series #5

  • These suites of serial monotypes were stimulated by my observations of normal and impaired memory, both professionally as a physician and personally as a family member of beloved parents in their last declining years.
Memory Series #9 and #10, Serial Monotypes

Memory Series #9-10

  • Experimental prints reflect on the ways memory stitches together moments of narrative, and shapes enduring and useful categories and ideals.
Gristly Tail, Serial Monotypes

Gristly Tail

  • Memory’s distortions shape and embellish our life stories into personal and familial histories; in this case, the life story of a very special cat.
Mama N, Serial Monotypes

Mama N

  • Cultural memories morph history into cultural guidelines, lessons, mores, morals and legends.
Memory Series #8, Serial Monotypes

Memory Series #8

  • In memory’s utter failure there is only fragmented moments of experience in the ungrounded stream of experience.
Orange & Gold

Orange & Gold

  • Near mathematical experiments using variation of the same set of design elements, these works explore the paradoxical boundlessness that opens within the limits of constraint.

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PRINTS: Editioned Suites

Cave Drawings

Cave Drawings

  • This suite explores the notion of pre-verbal depiction of seasons, geological landmarks, vital resources, and other important concepts.
Oaxaca Suite

Oaxaca Suite

  • I carried etching plates around Oaxaca, Mexico, drawing impressions of a hypnotic, elementally beautiful perspective of life.
Serial state etchings

Serial state etchings

  • Traditionally, etchings progress through several states until the “finished” image. These suites explore the notion of each state as complete in itself.
Serial state etchings

Serial state etchings

  • Traditionally, etchings progress through several states until the “finished” image. These suites explore the notion of each state as complete in itself.
Serial state etchings

Serial state etchings

  • Traditionally, etchings progress through several states until the “finished” image. These suites explore the notion of each state as complete in itself.
Kiwi Trail Markers

Kiwi Trail Markers

  • I found the road signs in New Zealand to be amazingly and humorously accurate:  Simple, clean, clear; what you see is what you will encounter.
Lithographs with mixed media

Lithographs & mixed media

  • These lithographs experimented with unconventional resist techniques. Some of the suites are hand-colored, rendering each impression unique.

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SCULPTURE: Bronze

Swimmers (intaglio collage)

Buddhas

  • These contemporary Buddhas blend references to western and other cultures, contemporary and past.
Yogis

Yogis

  • These contemporary yogis reflect my near-lifelong exploration of the unusual grace, strength, balance and beauty of yoga.
Other Figures

Other Figures

  • Various figure studies; “Mars”, shown here, was sculpted in response to nations in turmoil, and observes that victor and vanquished are one and the same.
San Francisco Chess

San Francisco Chess

  • Classic chess pieces are affectionately refracted through the lens of social and political satire.
Strange Botany

Strange Botany

  • This sculpted series consists of a variety of fictional and semi-fictional plant forms.

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SCULPTURE: Mixed media

Various mixed media

Various mixed media

  • These pieces have been constructed of various found objects, often emphasizing dilemmas and paradoxes observed in our responses to real-life events and situations.
DNA-64

DNA-64

  • This composite wall-mounted piece consists of a grid of sixty-four elements such as this, plus various other elements. It is a reflection on the increasing tensions between personal and public information, and resulting ethical dilemmas.
DNA-150

DNA-150

  • This composite wall-mounted piece consists of one hundred fifty elements such as this. It continues the exploration of ethical dilemmas of privacy in the information age.

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