The Construction of Rosie
The Construction of Rosie

Rosie is built from 56 separate pieces . Each piece was hand-drawn, hand-cut, and coated with seven layers of a two-part acrylic polymer. The finished sculpture measures 8'h x 8'w x 8'd and reinforced with wires from the ceiling.

Rosie_close_up
Rosie_close_up

Year: 2011 Installation shot of the Rosie during, Infestation, a solo exhibition at Sala Diaz in San Antonio, Texas

Rosie
Rosie

Year: 2016 Location: Hardesty Art Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma

A Puzzelment
A Puzzelment

Year: 2015 Size: 25"h x 25"w x 25”d Medium: Mixed media

Rider
Rider

Year: 2015 Size: 12"h x 7.5"w x 7.5"d Medium: Ceramic, wire, felt, found object, sand, wood, coffee beans, paper, fabric and acrylic paint

Swarm
Swarm

Year: 2015 Size: 56" h x 12"w x 12"d Medium: 3D Printed, Plexiglass and steel light stand

On the move
On the move

Year: 2015 Size: 56"h x 12"d x 44 "w Medium: 3D Printed, Plexiglass and steel light stand

Pending
Pending

Year: 2013 Size: 7" h x 6.5"w x 6.5"d Material: Hand-cut veneer, eyelets, paint and glue. Precursor to a foray into 3D printing.

Katherine
Katherine

Year: 2011 Size: 10"h x 7" w Materials: Madame Alexander doll parts, steel, ceramic, wire, sand and fabric

PHI-2
PHI-2

Year: 2008 Size" 11"h x 7"w x7"d Medium: Mixed Media