The last pencil drawing in the Triptych series called "Displaced". This piece like the others continues with my investigation of the moving image.

“Shift” is a layered drawing depicting the artist in a submissive pose analogous to a string-puppet or marionette.  The drawing illustrates a “Shift” or acceptance to an unseen actor, force or idea. 

This piece continues with my investigation of the moving image. But instead of creating multiple frames for an animation I wanted to spill a scene onto one page.

The Art League asked me to come up with an interactive public art project to help commemorate their 60th Anniversary. It was a puzzle mural
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The visual representation of movement and time's effect on the human form is vital to my work.  In my paintings and drawings I distort time by overlapping various moments together in one composition.

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Education
BFA Painting  Drake University, Des Moines IA, 1995
MFA Painting  George Washington University, Washington DC, 1999
(Morris Louis Fellowship : full funding for one academic year)

 

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