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You were within me, but I wasn’t with You

"You were within me, but I wasn't with You"/Solvent transfer, lithography, and laser engraved paper/15 in x 11 in/ 2012 This print was made for the 2012 Mid America Printmaking Exchange Portfolio. As the print moves the middle image is revealed by the change in light....

In the Dead of Night

In the Dead of the Night You are my Skin Graphite and Lithography on tin and panel. 10in x 15in This work was part of a series that explored some of my fears and internal holdups that are rather irrational....

I and Them

I and Them is a series of prints inspired by portraits from the civil war. They use a combination of solvent transfer and hand printed relief woodblocks. They are 9inches in diameter. The first 5 in the series are shown...

Atom by Atom

The Atom by Atom series was inspired by the reading of two books. A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson and How (Not) to Speak of God by Peter Rollins. One is a work based in the scientific explanation of life while the other is a theological discussion of relational experience. Bryson begins with a statement that I found incredibly curious, that at the molecular level our material and make up are identical to that of every other object in existence. So in its construction atom by atom (one...

We Mimic the Steps

"We mimic the steps of our grandchildren we echo the tone of their voice"/ Field Stone, Steel, Enamel Paint, and Lithography Ink / Variable sizes each stone 52 lb. average / 2010 "We mimic the steps" was a commissioned outdoor installation piece for a client in Louisville, KY. The stones seen here were from fallen stone walls on the property. After being altered they were used across the property and placed back into reconstructed walls....

An Honest Prayer

"An Honest Prayer" / Solvent Transfer, cherry, dyed maple, ebony, pommele sapele, and lithography on quilting pins / 13 in x 4 in / 2011 Based on Australian mugshots and the book "The Ragamuffin Gospel" these works are made to relate a short block of text to a reflective image of ones life and choices....

The weight is in the front

"The Weight is in the Front" / Ebony with Lithography on panel / 15 in x 7 in / 2011 From the frontal perspective this work appears to be blank. It is only from alternative angles that the printed image reveals itself....