> UNCATEGORIZED SCULPTURE, 2006 to Pres.
Crochet thread and 3D printed figure
Inspired by traditional crochet crinoline ladies, this is a pared-down version of the traditional emblem of dainty femininity. The female figure is fixed as the immobile center of the doily "skirt", but she is only a bare torso integrated into a plinth. She becomes an immutable part of the decoration of the home.
Crochet thread, acetate, 3D printed baby heads
12" tall x 8" wide
Risque playing cards, crochet thread
10" tall by 8" wide
Urban Intervention, San FranciscoSummer 2011
An urban intervention in the form of a doily sited in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco, Ca.
Suburban Intervention, El Cajon
drawings and yarn
These super-sized red doilies are nailed to the wall partially covering peephole drawings of my home.
Neverending Edge, Installation 1, San Bernardino, Fall 20112011
An edging is a decorative embellishment sewn onto clothing or household linens which signifies the decorative completion of an object. In this work the edging itself is never completed, embodying contradiction.
Zantac packaging, thread
Now I Lay Me...2010
cotton yarn10' tall x 7' wide x 10' deep
Two crochet blankets, each with a prayer, are suspended from the ceiling of the gallery to form a passage. The cream blanket has a child's prayer for bedtime and the black blanket has a passage from a funeral rite that likens death to sleep.
beer bottles, doilies and red thread
Bottles, pine, doilies
Untitled (Crossword Doilies)
Play With Me
fabric and tatting thread
Living Isn't Merely Breathing
Memento Mori (Chippendale)
Sewing thread, pine
sewing thread, wire, and pine
Installation view from Gallery La Mesa, 2008
Text reads: "In the midst of life we are in death"
Man Has Created Death