I speak for the juncture of Finger Lake’s culture and world culture. Subjects span from the early Haudenosaunee people, to the underground railroad, to the Women’s Right movement, and to the social impact of the ever-changing dominant local economies.
In a century when rural and urban life are tearing apart it seems worthwhile to express that until recently all life was rural, or near-rural.
Using the form, color, and motion of mobiles I borrow the wind, sun, rain, and snow to demonstrate that contrary to traditional understandings, mobiles can be deeply emotive.
Painting and Drawing, Sculpture
Mixed Media, 3D/Sculpture