Artworks
Printed Cotton Broadcloth, polyester thread
2017
mixed media: soft pastel on Stonehenge archival paper, ink hand-printed on silk
Approx. 44" tall X 31" wide
2016
mixed media: soft pastel on Stonehenge archival paper, ink on silk fabric
Approx. 48" tall X 30" wide
2016
Oil on Board, Paper Collage
2008
Graphite on Paper
2007
Assemblage of Found Objects, Relief Print on Silk Fabric
2008
Digital Color Photograph
2015
Digital Color Photograph
2015
Digital Color Photograph
2015
Shy
Digital Color Photograph
2015
Digital Color Photograph
2015
Digitally Altered Color Photograph
2015

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  • Designed and constructed costumes for two characters in Open Eye Figure Theatre’s production of Milly and Tillie, May-July 2017. (Pictured L to R: Liz Schachterle as Milly, Elise Langer as Tillie)
  • From The Stations of the Cross, House of Mercy, Saint Paul, MN, 2016 The imagined deposition of Jesus from the cross after he has been crucified. "Pietà" is such an iconic form--I humbly add my interpretation to that history. Inspired by Joseph Ross's poem "On Fritz Eichenberg's 'Pietà'" (in which he is responding to one of those iconic images), I, in turn, included his words in my piece. The poem is hand-printed on silk. (click on second "image" for text of poem)
  • From The Stations of the Cross, House of Mercy, Saint Paul, MN 2016 The imagined meeting of Jesus and his afflicted mother on the way to his crucifixion. Inspired by Eric Pankey's haunting poem "A Study for a Figure at the Base of the Crucifixion," I hand-printed the words on the silk cloth (draped on one shoulder). (click on second "image" for text of poem)
  • From The Stations of the Cross, House of Mercy, Saint Paul, MN 2016 The imagined meeting of Jesus and his afflicted mother on the way to his crucifixion. Inspired by Eric Pankey's haunting poem "A Study for a Figure at the Base of the Crucifixion," I hand-printed the words on the silk cloth (draped on one shoulder). (click on second "image" for text of poem)
  • From The Stations of the Cross, House of Mercy, Saint Paul, MN, 2016 The imagined deposition of Jesus from the cross after he has been crucified. "Pietà" is such an iconic form--I humbly add my interpretation to that history. Inspired by Joseph Ross's poem "On Fritz Eichenberg's 'Pietà'" (in which he is responding to one of those iconic images), I, in turn, included his words in my piece. The poem is hand-printed on silk. (click on second "image" for text of poem)
  • From The Stations of the Cross, House of Mercy, Saint Paul, MN 2016 The imagined meeting of Jesus and his afflicted mother on the way to his crucifixion. Inspired by Eric Pankey's haunting poem "A Study for a Figure at the Base of the Crucifixion," I hand-printed the words on the silk cloth (draped on one shoulder).
  • From The Stations of the Cross, House of Mercy, St. Paul, MN 2016 The imagined meeting of Jesus and his afflicted mother on the way to his crucifixion. Inspired by Eric Pankey's haunting poem "A Study for a Figure at the Base of the Crucifixion," I hand-printed the words on the silk cloth (draped on one shoulder).
  • From The Stations of the Cross, House of Mercy, St. Paul, MN, 2016 The imagined deposition of Jesus from the cross after he has been crucified. "Pietà" is such an iconic form--I humbly add my interpretation to that history. Inspired by Joseph Ross's poem "On Fritz Eichenberg's 'Pietà'" (in which he is responding to one of those iconic images), I, in turn, included his words in my piece. The poem is hand-printed on silk.
  • From The Stations of the Cross, House of Mercy, St. Paul, MN, 2016 The imagined deposition of Jesus from the cross after he has been crucified. Pietà is such an iconic image. This is my interpretation.  Inspired by Joseph Ross's poem "On Fritz Eichenberg's 'Pietà'" (in which he is responding to one of those iconic images), I, in turn, included his words in my piece. The poem is hand-printed on silk.
  • From The Stations of the Cross, House of Mercy, St. Paul, MN 2016 The imagined meeting of Jesus and his afflicted mother on the way to his crucifixion. Inspired by Eric Pankey's haunting poem "A Study for a Figure at the Base of the Crucifixion," I hand printed the words on the cloth draped on one shoulder.