Bring Back That Braid and Kill Your Own Snake: Customized Burial Vessels and Afterlife Ritual Plans
Our Patagonia Angle Finder and Dowsing For Water
Pyrophyllite Tent in Ninth Ward, New Orleans
Soup Kits For Far Travel: Death Wished and Wishes
House Elements with Radio Active Tendencies
Degrees to Floating by Pushing Back Cuticles
Jell-O Bike On White
More Selected Works
In this study I was trying to match the shades of paint in the room to the light coming through the leaves outside my windows.
I had been looking at Japanese Water buckets for the Tea Ceremony, and when this bucket made of ice I was in my chicken coop refilling their water bucket.
The way that this blanket was made reminded me of the meticulous rice fields near the Great Wall of China, which was also recreated here in my deck railing. The Maple leaves with all their bushiness and edges I saw as tea on bushes, which w
I liked this natural example of a shelving space; why doesn't nature need shelf space?
I liked all the references to the moon in this picture, the circles, the crescents, the craters, and so on.
This one was magic to me. I was done cooking and I again needed storage. When I placed the eggplant onto the squash, it was a perfect fit! Needing no container or plastic for storage.
Two images of not the same thing that look together like the same thing. One in a young green stage another dried, both contained.
Clay and Salt
Both materials so diverse and useful in their properties. Here being used in a Tarot Reading in the Bath.
I love seeing clothes on lines in the wind, it a representation of all the elements. This is version of a clothes line, large porcelain rock like weights.
This large wooden wheel was maybe going to move when the snow melted...
Some more lovely porcelain weights in use drying fabric.
Drawings that were done while I was thinking about being in a relationship.
I love all the movement in this shot. To me it captures all the joy a dog gives!