Efflorescence
Efflorescence

Glass, lead, steel, and english ivy 

The Mother is a greenhouse that cares for and fosters life as it grows and eventually takes over. 

 

 

Efflorescence
Efflorescence

Glass, lead, steel, and english ivy

Two Trees
Two Trees

Leaded glass, reclaimed chestnut beams from a barn in Vermont

My husband and I collaborated on building the sculpture/arbor/Chuppah that we got married under. 

Two Tree (detail)
Two Tree (detail)

Leaded glass, reclaimed chestnut beams from a barn in VT

The two glass trees are symbolic of my husband and I while also representing growth, connection, and family. 

Keystone
Keystone

Glass, concrete, steel rebar

Keystone
Keystone

Glass, concrete, steel rebar

Foundation
Foundation

Leaded glass bricks, mortar, and egg shells

Rise Up
Rise Up

Ceramic bricks and mortar

This sculpture is a quarter of a female body created out of ceramic brick and mortar. The exterior is a female body and the two interior sides resemble the corner of a brick structure.

Rise Up
Rise Up

Ceramic bricks and mortar

This side resembles the side of a brick building while being the outline of a body. This piece questions natural growth vs human construction. The interior corner is the plumb line of the body and makes the viewer question interior/exterior spaces.

Rise Up
Rise Up

Ceramic bricks and mortar

Root Down
Root Down

Ceramic brick and mortar

Snowflake
Snowflake

Leaded glass

By creating a resemblance of something that grows organically by a construction process I am questioning the differences and similarities in organic growth versus man made fabrication. 

Snowflake
Snowflake

Leaded glass

By creating a form that resembles a snowflake, flower or other organic material out of female chests, I point to the idea that every organism and individual is unique but in that singularity everyone is the same.

Facade
Facade

Ceramic bricks, embroidery yarn, and steel rebar

Mend
Mend

Slumped window glass, embroidery thread, quilting hoop

This piece was created by using broken shards of glass from another sculpture that broke. The stitched together pieces of glass have the texture of a knitted fabric on them. This piece symbolizes how in art and in life you should turn something broken into something new and beautiful. 

Untitled (Embroidered Glass)
Untitled (Embroidered Glass)

Glass, embroidery thread, hoop

This embroidered glass pattern is reminiscent of a quilted textile, a stained glass window, cross stitch embroidered pattern, and a dream catcher. By combining glass with textiles I am asking questions about domesticity versus industry and femininity versus masculinity.

Window Dressing
Window Dressing

Leaded Glass

48"x24"x10"

Window Dressing
Window Dressing

Leaded Glass

48"x24"x10"

Individuals present the way they want to be perceived outwardly, but can feel otherwise on the inside. 

 

 

 

 

Efflorescence
Efflorescence
Two Trees
Two Tree (detail)
Keystone
Keystone
Foundation
Rise Up
Rise Up
Rise Up
Root Down
Snowflake
Snowflake
Facade
Mend
Untitled (Embroidered Glass)
Window Dressing
Window Dressing
Efflorescence

Glass, lead, steel, and english ivy 

The Mother is a greenhouse that cares for and fosters life as it grows and eventually takes over. 

 

 

Efflorescence

Glass, lead, steel, and english ivy

Two Trees

Leaded glass, reclaimed chestnut beams from a barn in Vermont

My husband and I collaborated on building the sculpture/arbor/Chuppah that we got married under. 

Two Tree (detail)

Leaded glass, reclaimed chestnut beams from a barn in VT

The two glass trees are symbolic of my husband and I while also representing growth, connection, and family. 

Keystone

Glass, concrete, steel rebar

Keystone

Glass, concrete, steel rebar

Foundation

Leaded glass bricks, mortar, and egg shells

Rise Up

Ceramic bricks and mortar

This sculpture is a quarter of a female body created out of ceramic brick and mortar. The exterior is a female body and the two interior sides resemble the corner of a brick structure.

Rise Up

Ceramic bricks and mortar

This side resembles the side of a brick building while being the outline of a body. This piece questions natural growth vs human construction. The interior corner is the plumb line of the body and makes the viewer question interior/exterior spaces.

Rise Up

Ceramic bricks and mortar

Root Down

Ceramic brick and mortar

Snowflake

Leaded glass

By creating a resemblance of something that grows organically by a construction process I am questioning the differences and similarities in organic growth versus man made fabrication. 

Snowflake

Leaded glass

By creating a form that resembles a snowflake, flower or other organic material out of female chests, I point to the idea that every organism and individual is unique but in that singularity everyone is the same.

Facade

Ceramic bricks, embroidery yarn, and steel rebar

Mend

Slumped window glass, embroidery thread, quilting hoop

This piece was created by using broken shards of glass from another sculpture that broke. The stitched together pieces of glass have the texture of a knitted fabric on them. This piece symbolizes how in art and in life you should turn something broken into something new and beautiful. 

Untitled (Embroidered Glass)

Glass, embroidery thread, hoop

This embroidered glass pattern is reminiscent of a quilted textile, a stained glass window, cross stitch embroidered pattern, and a dream catcher. By combining glass with textiles I am asking questions about domesticity versus industry and femininity versus masculinity.

Window Dressing

Leaded Glass

48"x24"x10"

Window Dressing

Leaded Glass

48"x24"x10"

Individuals present the way they want to be perceived outwardly, but can feel otherwise on the inside. 

 

 

 

 

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