A work's truth presents itself when the outward aesthetic generates consequential inward reflection.
“Auctoritas non veritas facit legem.”
Auctoritas is derived from galleries and sculptures in Washington, D.C. and San Francisco. The public art from these cities visibly projects a certain kind of cultural authority. This series contains the north pediment of the National Archives Buildling, The Supreme Court’s west entrance, sculpture from the Presidio and Golden Gate Park.
Necrosis contains works from an Irving Penn exhibit at the National Gallery of Art in D.C., 1500-year-old pictographs from Horseshoe Canyon in Utah, and Escher and O’Keefe re-interpretations.
"The meaning of the word is the separation of wish from fact." -Kurt Godel
My work explores authority, automation, and abstract concepts embedded in other works of art. I transform my experience as an observer of public sculptures, memorials, and paintings into a subjective representation of those moments...