Paintings

Adaptive Radiation (16inx20in) acrylic and ink on cardstock

Vestigial (20inx15.5in) watercolor and ink on cardstock

Prezygotic (20inx15.5in) watercolor and acrylic on cardstock

Ontogeny Recapitulates Phylogeny (20inx15.5in) watercolor and acrylic on cardstock

Punctuated Equilibrium(20inx15.5in) watercolor and ink on cardstock

Sympatric Speciation (20inx15.5in) watercolor and ink on cardstock

Hold On (12inx5.25inx0.25in) Acrylic on wood panel

Above (4.5inx4.5inx0.25in) Ink on wood panel

Schism (6.5inx6.5inx0.15in) ink and acrylic on wood panel

Hanahaki (12x12x0.75) Acrylic and marker on wood panel

Binomial Nomenclature (8.5x12x0.75) acrylic and marker on wood panel

Signs/Symptoms (13.5inx18.2in) acrylic and ink on poster paper

Turgor (4.5inx3.5in) pencil and ink on wood panel

Le Chatelier (5inx6inx0.15in) graphite and acrylic on wood panel

A Vision With Nowhere to Go (24inx36in) acrylic on paper set in transparent wood frame

Prey (9.5inx13.5in) acrylic and ink on cardstock

Note: There is a sci-fi element to these works as an exploration of the grapplings of identity and how they manifest themselves in our physical form. A storyline is the recurring fear that someone else could be wearing your faceā€“the face you identify with, not the one you have. I also explore the idea that everyone we meet is merely an extrapolation of the face that meets the world and the information that it discloses. Taking that a step further, there is also the fear that your face becomes detached from your identity and by extension, your will. The ultimate loss of control is that of the mind over the body, and what if your face has an agenda of its own?