Category Archives: projects
The highest Himalayan mountains explore the ideas of the never-ending battle between humans and the environment. The language of landscape generally owned by the painting genre transcends here into a painting/sculpture hybrid.
A monumental sculpture functions as a divider of the gallery space and thematically investigates ideas of failed exploration and the never-ending battle between humans and the environment.
A two-sided sculpture inspired by the utopian settlement of Pyramiden, an abandoned soviet town and coal mining community in the Svalbard Archipelago.
A large scale elevated sculpture that recreates a scenic vista of a monumental extinct mountain range, acting as a memorial to its own obliteration from out of state coal mining and mountain top removal.
A nomadic work of art, this miniaturized landscape travels in a custom container along the path of the prevailing Mongolian winds—much like the region’s soil deposited in north-central China as a result of the effects of global warming.
A project exploring the ecology, environment, and rescue of the Hudson Palisades. Sculpted entirely by hand, the work functions as an intimate, double-sided tableau.