Portfolio > 2018

My grandmother created dozens of large quilts during her lifetime using scraps of cloth given to her from neighbors in rural Appalachia. My own series of work begins with a meditation on her practice and expands outward in response to social, economic, and ecological issues through material selection and formal decision-making.

Title in progress
Kentucky coal, tobacco, on dura-lar and canvas paper
6" x 5"
2018
Counting Sheep (13,200 painted dots)
Kentucky soil on canvas paper, acrylic on dura-lar
11" x 8.5"
2018
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Acrylic and graphite on dura-lar
10" x 8"
2018
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Mixed media on dura-lar
6" x 8.5"
2018
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Acrylic and graphite on dura-lar
10" x 8"
2018
A Seismic Shift
Acrylic and graphite on dura-lar
11" x 8.5"
2018
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Acrylic and graphite on dura-lar
10" x 8.5"
2018
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Acrylic and graphite on dura-lar
11" x 8.5"
2018
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Acrylic and graphite on dura-lar
6.5” x 4.5”
2018
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Acrylic and graphite on dura-lar
8" x 7"
2018