Artworks
Installation Documentation Video
2015
Site specific performanace on Web camera
one is a series of work done over 6 month.
2009
Public Art Action
6 months
Paint marker on Lottery tickets
Mixed media - paper & acrylic

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  • Tax Deductible Retirement Project Drawings done on Power ball lottery tickets. Because artist's materials are deductable and because most artists don't have access to 401K plans or incomes large enough to qualify for a Roth account etc. The themes of each drawing are based on symbols or reerences to good luck.  
  • DEFINING IMAGES FOR SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS Everywhere we go cameras are aimed at us – private, corporate and government surveillance cameras capture us as we go about our daily lives. Public Eye Action humorously hijacks the “eyes in the sky” by defining what images they capture. The PUBLIC EYE ACTION project draws our attention to surveillance and public web cameras by making unexpected and bizarre events staged specifically for these cameras In collaboration with PearlDAmore: Katie Peral &…
  • The project started when I completed a jigsaw puzzle of the Tower of Babel by Bruegel only to discover I was missing a number of pieces. I was intrigued by the notion of being able to complete an image even when parts were not available. And the beauty of the overall positive and negative shape created by the absence of pieces. The project is a extensive series of to scale drawings and paintings that will explore a variety of mediums and methods applied to this image.
  • A walking “Thank-You” performed throughout the City of St. Paul as a simple, non-dogmatic gesture of gratitude and a reminder of our collective good fortune. An elegant iridescent helium balloon with the words “thank you” printed in white will be carried by a growing number of walkers from May through September 2008. This project is supported by FORECAST public Art and the Jerome Foundation.
  • Tax Deductible Retirement Project Drawings done on Power ball lottery tickets. Because artist's materials are deductable and because most artists don't have access to 401K plans or incomes large enough to qualify for a Roth account etc. The themes of each drawing are based on symbols or reerences to good luck.