Various books. The first is a published book on Alzheimer's in a journal style photography and short stories. "Its Like Like" is a pull out with similar image. "9AM 9PM" were drawing done at those times and oddly bound. A book of seed portraits. A book on how to make coffee in the primitive cabin at Kupa. The Rabbit wood block print is from my first book in high school- a children's book on animals. The last sculptural book called "Look" was done in collaboration with Judith Christensen about building or remodeling a home.
The above images are from the Monopour series. Like a monoprint, they are a singular plaster tablet.
"Protrude" made from stitched and stuffed felt. "Hoof-Snout" is aluminum and paper."Glass Brace" is a wood tension framework that holds in place a piece of cast glass. "Pull Down" is powdercoated steel, aluminum and plaster with an aerial map thats viewing is inhibited by the gallery mandate to not touch. Only the initiated know. "Wall Gourd" has a pine needle basket structure that holds the gourd to the wall. "The Collection" is held in cherry wood case. Plaster copies of a stone with its mold are dignified by black velvet. Slides in the key chain show the rocks in various places.
Two images of "The Lucky Whisker" a reliquary for a cat whisker where one carries it around the room in a clockwise direction to realize their lucky life. "Recording Wire" has a thin wire attached to a cast aluminum mass. The movement from here to there is documented in kinks of normal life recorded to the wire. "Holding Rod" has a velvet donut the holds a brass octagonal rod on a welded steel form.
Design of 'Building 9", here is the sink (reclaimed), stone faucet handles, perforated metal light.
Two kitchen designs: top is from Kupa- Natural Home and Garden design award. Bottom is from the Chili Villa (an organic, unusual chili business I once had. Sign design for Ivy Landscape, Harry Mestyanek. A shovel holds their logo.
"Contour to Fit" from the Model Railroad Museum- Terrain Art where tiny sculptures were placed within their scenes. There were 7 little installations.
"Crying Wolf" was at Cuyamaca Rancho State Parks Stonewall Peak, but not for long. It spoke of over population.
The swollen hand had been in an accident. Metal pins held the bones. I attached a small sculpture to the pins. Painful. The Gang of Five do the zebra walk in Louisville KY for an exhibit. Caroline Farris, Laura Warriner, Nina Karavasiles, Ying-Kit Chan, David Hailey. The group formed in Norman Oklahoma.