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The Cleaving of Two Brothers.

"The Cleaving of Two Brothers in the Desert" Douglas fir, walnut, applewood, birch plywood, manila rope, steel, polyethylene, galvanized buckets and water 2015 This work is the second installment of a larger exhibition coming in January of 2016. The series of works are based on the biblical narrative of the meeting of Abram and Melchizedek found in Genesis 14. Over the past year I have found myself extremely interested in this short encounter. This story has created a turning point in my approach towards the role of people in the larger Christian...

Currents

I have a good friend and colleague named Darrell Kincer. Him and I have bunch of exhibitions together including one at Eastern Kentucky University titled Currents. It was an exhibition of his Photographs and a reconfiguration of the work from The Lake of Melchizedek Exhibition. It also featured the Tables from The Less you Say Residency....

Muse Moments Video

A great video put out by KET (Kentucky's local PBS) on the "Lake of Melchizedek" Exhibition. They tracked the project over a year's time. This is the first short produced as a teaching resource for school teachers. Hopefully more will versions will come out soon that I can share. Enjoy....

The Lake of Melchizedek

Held in the Anne Wright Wilson Art Gallery on the campus of Georgetown College “The Lake of Melchizedek” is a large kinetic work that has been over a year and a half in the making. Based out of the 14th chapter in the book of Genesis this installation confronts the notion of intervention and the current religious trend of solid state belief.  The exhibition consists of 5 handmade 18ft rowboats suspended from the ceiling and a handmade writing desk and chair. Suspended in the air by ropes...

The Less You Say Exhibition

In the Summer of 2016 I served as the Artist in Residence for the Lexington Art League in Lexington Kentucky. The residency culminated in  The Less You Say, an exhibition project consisting of works that seek to investigate and reinterpret the personal/public connections to the physical and atmospheric and architectural history of a space, in this case The Loudoun House located in Lexington, Kentucky. The Loudoun House is considered one of the largest and finest examples of Gothic Revival architecture in the state and was Designed by New...