14.4" x 10.8"
20.8" x 15.6"
28.8" x 21.6"
The unpredictability of weather inspires new forms of 21st century travel. Pieces of my weather remotes are cast in clay from plaster molds and assembled with connected with secondhand objects and found hardware. The remotes reconcile my relationship with uncontrollable nature and my still longing desire to travel.
In the clay shaping process of making the form, I visibly retain the plaster mold's seam lines as a reminder of the human hand. Working with copied and reproducible forms allow me to create drafts rather than failures. I learned to appreciate having second chances during my stint throwing iterative 8-inch cylinders as a studio potter. I am drawn to a similar regenerative process in my production of prints using photography and light.
See Available Works
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Materials & Process
My materials and techniques include clay to make the original sculpture and photographic printing processes on glass.
I consider glass photos to be physical objects and treat them much like a production potter who attempts making duplicates that match, by hand.
Sizes and Display Choices
No frame required. A wall hanging mount is affixed to each print. Click here to see how the work is packed and ready to hang or display on shelf or wall. Large sizes available upon request. Limited editions of three in each size.
Square format, in Limited Editions of 3, available upon request: 11" x 11" or 23" x 23"