Multiple hanging vessels capture a moment reminiscent of a simple snapshot or fragment caught in periphery. They explore space with the movement of a flock of birds or bats, a school of fish, group of boats or hovering, falling leaves.

Sculpture: steel, Egyptian paste

Drawings: Ink on paper, cold wax

From the 4 woman exhibition, Inhabiting. I curated this exhibition in 2012 as a celebration of installation art and the process of installing. The exhibition was on display at the Art Association of Jackson Hole and also included: Ruth Boerefijn, Lindsey Glover and Mayme Kratz.

Photos by Sue Tallon

Passages

Sculpture: Steel, Egyptian paste, 250+ vessels

Drawings: Ink on paper, cold wax

2011 solo exhibition at the Lander Art Center in Lander, WY

Passages

Steel, Egyptian paste, wire, thread, 100+ vessels

Vellum boxes, white found objects, porcelain objects, white paper objects, free-hand drawn furniture on wall with graphite

2009 solo exhibition at Lyndsay McCandless Contemporary in Jackson, WY

Lines of black wire and thread connect vessels from one room to another. They hover near graphite outlines of furniture with drawers of ghostly vellum and white shadowy objects. These seemingly valuable objects obsessively collected and contained refer to the Greek myth of Charon, the ferryman of Hades. In exchange for passage to the world of the dead a coin was placed in or on the mouth of the deceased. These collected objects are offerings and gestures, precious objects tucked away.