Boroscapes = vignettes of the fragility and resilience of the built and natural environment
The work represents my thoughts about natures assault on the human made environment and the reverse side—humanities assault on the natural environment. The repair and patching of the built and the natural world can be aesthetically beautiful much in the same way that Japanese Boro Cloth from the nineteenth century elevated the simple act of repairing cloth to an unexpected source of art pleasing to the modern eye.
Within My Aura
Everything Rises detail
Internal Landscapes Series
Traversing a Deep Night
Traversing a Deep Night - Detail
Broken to Let the Light In
Broken to Let the Light In - detail
Looking for the Silver Lining
Looking for the Silver Lining (detail)
a meditation on divided cities
Fall 2015 Art Wear part I
At the Foundry Art Centre in St. Charles. Photos by Spring Hansen, model Melissa Whitwam.
Fall 2015 Art Wear part II
At the Foundry Art Centre in St. Charles. Photos by Spring Hansen, model Melissa Whitwam