An edition of 50 cast busts of Nellie Cornish were self-produced and made available to artists affiliated with the college as blanks. Each effigy serving as a template to express the multitude of creative voices.
Creative Feast, 2010 Digital prints, cast crayon and cast paper. Dimensions variable.
As the viewer enters the space the environment transforms from a modern interior into a life-size color by number installation. The imagery teeters between an idealistic garden and a more realistic representation of what the undeveloped landscape may have looked like sans development. Continue reading Creative Feast→
A Little Color in the White House 2009 Sharpie on paper & cast crayon. 12’ x 17’ x 12’
A Little Color in the White House is intended to be an open critique of the precarious state of our political and economic standpoint. While the location (state dining room) is a place of power, grandeur, and exclusivity, the space is entirely illusionistic. No matter how detailed and intricate, the suspension of disbelief is fleeting; it remains a thinly veiled artifice. Continue reading A Little Color in the White House→