I slab build using two layers of clay. A thin, pierced layer is applied over a painted layer. The piece is built and incised. Stained black and wiped in bisque stage. Fired to cone 6 oxidation.
Combination of beach sand, recycled wood, shredded paper, industrial staples and plaster. Techniques include using both hands to apply the paint with almost no brush or palette knife work applied.
I start creating a background (collage) with images of different things that I’m interested. Then, I paint on top with acrylic, creating a surface that afterwards I’ll wash it off.
I weave thousands of tiny glass beads together with needle and thread, blending them with gemstones, art glass, metal and fiber to create intricate jewelry. Weaving, embroidery, stringing and fabrication.
Windows to the Garden
Real pressed flowers dried and designed between two pieces of glass. It is then sealed airtight within recycled windows and frames. The color of your wall becomes the background of my art.
St. Petersburg, FL
I use metals and salvaged materials to create unique flat, sculptural and kinetic work. My techniques of metal fabrication include welding, hammer forming and an acid etching technique I developed.
Mixed media collage assembled with nostalgic found images/photos & reclaimed wood often constructed around an acrylic portrait. Original works are displayed in custom built frame, recycled window/door.