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Inspired by the 1955 portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Pietro Annigoni, I made this as a plea for more thoughtfulness from our political leaders.
I made this about a year into the COVID-19 pandemic as a response to the highly divisive political climate in Wyoming. It represents the state's sectors in a positive and hopeful light: banking/finance, ranching, politics/government, geology, religion, and the tech future.
This piece is mounted about four feet above the ground, giving the viewer a powerful eye-to-eye view with this awe-inspiring symbol of the American West.
Made for a home in San Mateo.
Pictured with its owner, Cloud 4 resides in Detroit and is lit with LEDs so it can be any color she likes.
Made for the offices of the ad agency, Lafayette American.
Made for a couple in Detroit.
Made for a couple in Seattle. It's the tabletop cloud.
Made for a house in Topsham, Maine.
Made to be a very specific, organic shape for a very specific location.
The bride and groom (double helix trunk) are supported by their ancestors (roots). The family, community, and ideas they will create radiate out into the future.
8' x 21.' Silver/chrome spray paint on plaster.
Silk screen ink and acrylic on paper.
Watercolor on glass.
I make these every year for Juneteenth. The scents are not what you might expect - the colors are purposefully at odds with the fragrance (the darkest purple is made with lemon and the lightest white is made with lavender). Turns out, we should probably not judge a soap by its color. Proceeds from the sale of Diversity Soaps are donated to the League of Women Voters.