from series: IF YOU LIVED HERE YOU'D BE HOME BY NOW | Here I'm thinking about being satisfied with where you are (a.k.a, Trying To Live Where I Am). While also considering what it might look like when(if) we begin to live off-planet. In this part of the story we are still new to our new home and highly aware that everything that keeps us together is falling apart (thank you, Modest Mouse). We are captivated by the outrageous beauty of the moment, over-satuated palette of manufactured skies, games with time, use of resources, playing tricks with what we know, lulling "it's okay, it's okay," but we feel the storm coming, we know it in our very cells. We are repeating mistakes we've made before we even got here.
Materials: acrylic, ink, paper
I think in terms of a ZOOM in/ZOOM out quality of life: zoom in on the immediate: food, jokes, bills, lovers, traffic, temperature . . . zoom out: oceans, volcanoes, solar system, sugar molecules in space, a planet made entirely of diamond, vast wastes, dark matter, universe, multiverse . . . repeat. This is wrapped up in a childlike sense that so much is happening all at once; tigers and happy hour exist on the same planet, Jupiter and Twinkies share a solar system.
Using acrylic paint, graphite, ink, as well as, collage with my own manipulated photography (often ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.